Jane Bunnett & Maqueque Live In Concert – March 2018 Tour

Jane Bunnett & Maqueque Live in Concert

March 2018 Tour Dates

March 10 (Saturday): Hugh’s Room Live – Toronto ON – 8:30PM & 10:30PM
March 13 (Tuesday): Birdland – 315 West 44th St. NYC – 11:00PM – BUY TICKETS
March 14 (Wednesday): The Mainstay – 5753 Main Street – Rock Hall, Maryland – 8 pm – Ticket reservations: (410) 639-9133
March 15 (Thursday): Bethesda Blues and Jazz – 7719 Wisconsin Avenue – Bethesda Maryland – 8PM – BUY TICKETS
March 16 (Friday): Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church – Unitarian Universalist, 717 Rugby Road – Charlottesville, Virginia – 7:30PM – Ticket info TBC
March 17 (Saturday): Bailey Hall at Broward College (For South Florida Jazz at Bailey Hall) – 3501 SW Davie Road – Davie, Florida – 8PM
March 19 (Monday): Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts – 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park, Florida – 8PM
March 20, 21 (Tuesday, Wednesday): University of New Orleans – Jazz at the Sandbar
March 22 (Thursday): Snugharbor Jazz Bistro, New Orleans – 8PM
March 22 (Thursday): Jane Bunnett & Maqueque features National NPR Show Jazz Night in America
March 23 (Friday): Scullers Jazz Club – Located in the Doubletree Suites by Hilton Hotel – 400 Soldier’s Field Road – Boston, Massachusetts – 8PM & 10PM

Jane Bunnett & Maqueque: 21st Century Women – By Christopher Loudon – Jazz Times
A conversation at the outset of a new era for female jazz musicians and Cuban culture’s global impact. (Article previously published in Jazz Times June 2017 issue)

Jane Bunnett & Maqueque - Oddara
Latest CD – 2018 Grammy Nominee – Best Latin Jazz Album / BUY THIS ALBUM ON AMAZON.COM

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