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THE CAPTURE THE RHYTHM ART AND JAZZ SERIES: EUGE GROOVE – “RESCHEDULED from Feb 26th”

Legends of the Game Presents

The Capture the Rhythm Art and Jazz Series

Imagine relaxing in a stunning venue while your favorite jazz musicians perform in front of you. In 2022 countless jazz fans will have this experience across the country, and we want you to join us. Because these events are popular, it’s a good idea to get your tickets early. So get on the phone, grab your friends, pick your locations and shows, and prepare to have a blast!! The perfect way to welcome back our brave new world. We begin in Augusta, Georgia with the dynamic bass player Julian Vaughn who has both national and international acclaim in the smooth jazz world. Vaughn plays with a unique finesse as well as a dose of funk. Our feature performer Euge Groove has a knack for coaxing the max out of his sax, it growls, hits impossibly low notes and always sounds like it’s the way the instrument was meant to sound.” Fierce! A portion of the proceeds to benefit the Jessye Norman School of the Arts.

Junior League of Augusta presents Ryan Abel & Friends: A Tribute to Laurel Canyon

Join Ryan Abel & Friends as they celebrate the music that defined a generation!

A 12 person band accompanied by full strings and horn sections will replicate the classic songs that came bounding out of Laurel Canyon and reverberated over the airways in the 60’s and 70’s. Hits by: The Turtles, The Monkees, The Byrds, Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Carole King, The Eagles, Linda Ronstadt and many more!

Proceeds will go to support the Junior League of Augusta and their various charities!

Youth Orchestra of Greater Augusta

The Youth Orchestra of Greater Augusta provides an outstanding opportunity for experienced middle and high school age string players, designed to augment the work they are doing in school orchestras or in private lesson study.

Ryan Kho, Music Director/Conductor (Symphonic Orchestra)

Sara Lokey, Director (Prelude Orchestra)

This concert is free and open to the public.