Archive for September 4, 2011

Back by popular demand…

William Smooth Wardlaw‘s “Tribute to the Music of Luther Vandross

Friday, September 9th at the Carlyle Club in Alexandria, VA.

Limited seating remaining! Tickets can be purchased at www.thecarlyleclub.com.

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I would like to introduce you to the Pensacola Cultural Jazz Series. This will be a series of 5 concerts in Pensacola over the next 10-12 months. Portions of the proceeds will go to purchase instruments for our local schools music programs. We will also have a group of seats for each show we are calling “Saving Seats for Future Musicians” where we will invite a group of future musicians from our local area schools to attend the shows for free.

The Pensacola Cultural Jazz Series is being created by Twisted Canyon Productions to bring the Art of Jazz to the Pensacola area. In order for this to be accomplished, we are asking the public and private sectors to help with this worthwhile mission. With this series, we plan to bring in some of the top named smooth jazz artists from all over the world. We will also feature local and regional artist as opening acts, to help promote them as well.

The Concerts will be held at The Pensacola Saenger Theatre as well as the Amos Theatre at WSRE TV on the Pensacola State College Campus.

If you or your company would be interested in being one of our Sponsors, please look over our Series and Individual Show Sponsorship Packages, located in the sponsorship section of our site.

Please contact Ed Lemox at 850-516-3911, if you are interested in VIP Tickets or Sponsorship.

Thank you for your consideration!

Twisted Canyon Productions, LLC.

1014 Underwood Ave., Pensacola, FL 32504

850-478-2081(W) * 850-516-3911 (c) * 850-478-9148 (f)

September 30th 2011
Electric Violinist Ken Ford with Special guest saxophonist Jackiem Joyner

Thursday, November 10th 2011
Saxophonist Jessy J, Keyboardist Jonathan Fritzen, Guitarist Nate Najar

(Tentative)
February 16th 2012
Saxophonist Euge Groove with special guest guitarist Drew Davidsen