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Theatre is on the corner of Palm Avenue and 14th St. (Republica de Cuba)
with free theatre and on-street parking, and the Palm Avenue Garage is one block west.
Contact information: http://www.tampajazzclub.com/
or call Keith Arsenault at HCC, 813-253-7695
Note to Tampa Jazz Club members: A general membership meeting will be held at the at
the HCC Performing Arts Building, 2:15 PM, March 1, 2015, for the purpose of electing
seven Directors to the Board of Directors. The current Board has nominated the
following seven candidates: Bob Seymour, Nina Kimbrough, Judy Mihara, Michael
Cornette, Les Glick, Gary Worthley, and Jack Wilkins. All dues paying members (except
those in the Student Membership Category) may vote at this meeting.
Tampa Jazz Club Inc. is a not-for profit 501 (c) (3)
All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
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|Tampa Jazz Club and HCC/Ybor Performing Arts Series Present:
The Dave Stryker
Sunday, March 1, 2015; 3:00 PM
DAVE STRYKER, in the top echelon of jazz guitarists for years, found new success
with his recent CD, "8-Track." Featuring reimagined versions of popular hits of the
70’s such as "Aquarius" and "Never Can Say Goodbye," "8-Track" was named one
of the best releases of 2014 by readers of Downbeat Magazine, was Top Ten in
national airplay on jazz radio, and #1 in airplay on WUSF’s All Night Jazz, and on
WBGO serving New York City. Downbeat also named Stryker one of the Top
Guitarists in it's annual poll for the 7th time.
Along with making 25 albums as a leader, Dave Stryker has been in demand by
other great bandleaders, hitting the road with organists Jack McDuff and Jimmy
Smith, and playing for a decade with saxophone legend Stanley Turrentine (his
new cd, out this spring, will be a Turrentine tribute).
Dave Stryker is a busy man in the education field as well, having recently been
named Adjunct Professor at Indiana University, and continuing his association with
Montclair State University and the nation’s leading jazz camps for young artists.
At his Tampa concert on March 1, featuring songs from "8-Track" and lots more,
Stryker will be joined by a stellar band of performers, all associated with the USF
Jazz Studies program:
Jack Wilkins, tenor saxophone
Chris Rottmayer, keyboard
Mark Neuenschwander, bass
Ric Craig, drums
Please join us for a great afternoon of music in a beautiful Ybor City
theater, with the Dave Stryker Quintet!
Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 3:00 PM
Mainstage Theatre, HCC Performing Arts Building, Ybor City Campus
Tickets: $25/$20 Club Members or in advance
$10 Students with ID
(Complimentary to HCC Students)
Tickets also available at the door (cash or check only) or online at: