Gypsy Jazz Fundraiser for Ed McKeon

From Jennifer Alexander ’88:

JOIN US FOR A HOUSE CONCERT THIS SATURDAY! Featuring the fiery gypsy jazz guitar duo “They Might be Gypsies.” Proceeds benefit EdforEd, Ed McKeon’s campaign for the Middletown Board of Education. Cost: $10.
They Might Be Gypsies make their much awaited return to Middletown, celebrating the release of their second CD!  If you saw them this Summer in Crowell Concert Hall, or at Art Farm’s Shakespeare in the Grove, you know you’re in for quite a treat. Inspired by the 1930’s Gypsy Jazz of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli, They Might Be Gypsies plays high energy, uplifting music with tremendous passion. They weave together the traditional sounds of early 20th century France with modern influences from Argentina to Barcelona.
  • Date: October 8
  • Time: 7:30 PM
  • Location: 110 Washington Street, Middletown, CT  (across from Kidcity)

One thought on “Gypsy Jazz Fundraiser for Ed McKeon

  1. Anonymous

    It
    may be fitting that gypsy jazz music is to be played to help raise
    funds, after all, this genre of music seems to come from the heart and
    soul of the musician. We (http://www.v-picks.com)
    have witnessed our own share of musicians
    play with passion and love, motivated by reasons that only the player
    understands.

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