Free Jazz Music in Chastain Memorial Park on Earth Day
What goes better together than Earth Day and live outdoor music?
Get ready for Earth Day on April 22 when the BCID and Atlanta City Council member Michael Bond will host jazz performances featuring Julie Dexter and Joe Gransden in Chastain Memorial Park from 2 – 6 p.m., as a part of the 40th annual Atlanta Jazz Festival’s Neighborhood Jazz Series.
The concert, which is also supported by Chat Hills Music, is free and I encourage you to come out, pack a picnic with friends, make a toast to Earth Day and enjoy the smooth sounds of Joe and Julie.
While you’re at the event be sure to tweet at @buckheadcid or share your photos with us on Facebook at @buckheadcid, using the hashtags #jazzmusicinCLP #atljazzfest #AJF40.
If you would like to learn more about the Neighborhood Jazz Series, The International Jazz Day Concert at Chastain Park Amphitheatre and other happenings as part of the Atlanta Jazz Festival’s 40 Days of Jazz, visit atlantafestvials.com.
About the Artists
Joe Gransden is the soul of live jazz and Big Band. Clint Eastwood discovered his talent and describes Joe as “a young man with a classic voice and one hell of a trumpet player.” For information on Joe, visit http://www.joegransden.com/ or follow him on Facebook, Twitter or YouTube.
Julie Dexter is a world renowned, award winning, British singer, songwriter and producer, considered by many to be one of the most inﬂuential female vocalists of our generation. Having shared the spotlight with a host of cutting-edge artists, including Mint Condition, Caron Wheeler, Jill Scott, Lalah Hathaway, Omar, Ledisi and more, Julie not only holds up her own with them but has been praised and respected by them too. From jazz to world music, soul and beyond, Julie Dexter is one of an elite few whose talent can transcend genres. She makes it all work on her own terms, as an audaciously independent artist with an undeniable connection to her audience. For information on Julie, visit http://juliedexter.com/ or follow her on Facebook or Twitter.