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Conversations with Sonny: Featuring Jazz pianist and vocalist Frank Jackson

Jazz Heritage Center

Sunday, February 23, 2014 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PST)

San Francisco, CA

Conversations with Sonny: Featuring Jazz pianist and...

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Join jazz historian and JAZZ 91.1 radio personality Sonny Buxton as he talks with jazz pianist and vocalist Frank Jackson about his remarkable more than 62-year career in music.  Performing in legendary clubs like Bop City in the Fillmore in San Francisco to Birdland in New York City, Mr. Jackson has performed with greats from Lionel Hampton to Dexter Gordon to Ernestine Anderson.  Following the February 23 Conversation, the program will also include a performance by Mr. Jackson.  This Conversation and performance will be videotaped for archival purposes.  Your presence is acknowledgement of your permission to be videotaped as part of this project.

 

Because seating is limited, we recommend that you purchase tickets in advance online here.  If you prefer to pay at the door, please make a reservation by calling and leaving a message at (415) 255-7745.  Be sure to leave your name, your phone number, and the number of tickets you need.  Tickets are $15 in advance or at the door, and we will reimburse you $15 per ticket if you must cancel.

 
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When & Where


Jazz Heritage Center Theater
1330 Fillmore Street
(Enter throgh the Yoshi's/Koret Heritage Lobby
San Francisco, CA 94115

Sunday, February 23, 2014 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PST)


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Jazz Heritage Center

 

The mission of the Jazz Heritage Center (JHC) is to ensure that current and future generations discover the Fillmore District’s unique role in shaping American jazz, particularly the role of African American musicians and the African American community of the Fillmore in creating that legacy. The Jazz Heritage Center exists to provide citizens and visitors the opportunity to experience, understand and appreciate San Francisco’s unique, yet under-represented, place in the history of the American Jazz scene, and to encourage residents of the Fillmore District to recollect and enjoy their cultural and musical history.

 

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