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Corrections and additions: The week of June 1-7

June 1, 2012


The June 1, 2012 DJC blog post contained incorrect information –

Tuesday, June 5: Marshall Smith & BRAZZ – the acoustic, all brass quintet plays resonant, full brass versions of Jazz standards from Dave Brubeck to Charlie Parker at Sweetwater Grill & Tavern, 115 S. Elm, Denton, 7 – 9 p.m. – FREE. The group features Marshall Smith on trumpet, Jordan Gheen on trumpet, Catherine Gilstrap playing French horn, Paul Burk on trombone and Jason Hausback on bass trombone and tuba (subbing for AG Robeson.)

I apologize for the error in Denton Jazz Chronicles. – Kathy Edwards McFarland


Kevin Hicks, a MM jazz studies trombonist, who recently won the audition for lead trombone of the United States Air Force

Kevin Hicks

Band Airmen of Note Jazz Ensemble, will be playing in and around Denton, with his band until September – when he reports for basic training.

Jason Hausback

Jason Hausback, a doctoral student in the UNT trombone studio, recently accepted the Assistant Professor of Trombone position at Missouri State University (Springfield, Mo). There his duties will include running the trombone studio, directing one of the jazz ensembles, and teaching other courses as needed.
Jason was a teaching fellow in the trombone studio at UNT for two years, and currently serves the same role in the Jazz Studies department.

 Adding another wonderful Denton Live Jazz listing

  • Enjoy Cristina and LatinVibesBest Salsa and Merengue Live Band at Simone Lounge, 222 W Hickory, Denton, 5 p.m. every Wednesday Night.

    Christina & LatinVibes

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