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ALL THAT JAZZ & More, Reggae, Soca Fusion, December 12, 2015, Florida

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ALL THAT JAZZ & More, Reggae, Soca Fusion comes to Pembroke Pines, Florida at the Susan B. Katz Performing Arts Theater, 17195 Sheridan Street, Saturday, December 12, 2015,   7p.m. to 10 p.m. Just in time to start the holidays right with great Jazz, Reggae, Ska and Soca Music spiced up with Latin flavor.

All That Jazz and More, brings together different genres of music, featuring talented musicians and artistes at one great event. Share some love with Family, Friends and Colleagues or treat your Staff or Clients to a very special evening.

Listen to the awesome Eric and the Jazzers, with special performances by Cornelius “JuJu” Johnson on Saxophone and Yamin Mustafa on Trumpet who will excite you with their presentations. Eric and the Jazzers Band-an accomplished group of musicians, will take you on a musical journey of JAZZ Music from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s, from Dizzy Gillespie, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, and Duke Ellington to other sophisticated music with up-tempo styles.

Dr. Norris Weir (from the Jamaicans): First popular for early hits such as BA BA Boom Time which was Festival Song for 1967; Things You Say You Love and Gun Fever. Norris has travelled extensively to Brazil, London, Germany, Canada and several Caribbean Islands spreading his roots, from Ska-Reggae-Soca-Gospel. He was recently invited to perform at the Jamaican Embassy in Brazil. He is an accomplished singer, song-writer, entertainer, mixing many styles in his own unique manner which will get you on your feet.

Kristine Alicia: Beauty-Love-Freedom. Kristine Alicia is a Miramar/Florida-based singer/ songwriter of Jamaican roots. An exquisite blend of reggae rhythms, soulful melodies and pop fusion influences, accompanied by her strong, sultry voice allows Kristine Alicia to freely express herself in the universal language of music which crosses boundaries into many cultures.

Hal Anthony: The high spirited, energetic International Reggae, Culture Artist, from a family of talented musicians and entertainers, has several albums to his name and has travelled to Europe, Japan, South America and several Caribbean Islands spreading Reggae Music. This reggae-man will have you rocking in your seats.

Sabrina Williams: “Multi-talented, award-winning Sabrina has performed all over the world, from National Pantomime to Jamaica Jazz and International Stages”. “From Ella Fitzgerald, Marcia Griffiths, Alicia Keyes, Adele and Miriam Makeba, Sabrina takes you on a Jazz Journey” with a style and flair that is second to none.

Pre-Sold General Admission $40.00; V.I.P. $55.00; Group Discount Available. More at the door.

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