Benefit for Haiti at Trumpets Jazz Club

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Benefit for Haiti at Trumpets Jazz Club

Time: January 24, 2010 from 12pm to 5pm
Location: Trumpets Jazz Club
Street: 6 Depot Square
City/Town: Montclair, New Jersey
Website or Map: http://trumpetsjazz.com
Phone: 973-744-2600
Event Type: jazz, benefit, for, haiti
Organized By: Kristine Massari for Trumpets
Latest Activity: Jan 23, 2010

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Featuring Ed Alstrom, Nikki Armstrong, Kate Baker, Rio Clemente, Ted Curson, Vinnie Cutro, Willy Dalton, Rick, De Kovessey, Rich DeRosa, John DiStefano, John Dukich, Enrico Granafei, Billy Hart, Cynthia Holiday, Lauren Hooper, Bruce Jackson, Sarah James, Billy Hart, Mike Kaplan, Betty Liste, Anna Maria Mannarino, Kristine Massari, Ethan O’Reilly, Takashi Otsuka, Dave Rimelis, Lew Scott, Steve Slagles, Dave Stryker, Jane Stuart, John Tropea, Vinny Valentino, Marlene Ver Planck, Roseanna Vitro and many more! Check trumpetsjazz.com for schedule.
Please make a reservation since will be limited. 100 per cent of door and 20 per cent of food will be given to the Red Cross. We have requested that a representative be present at the event to receive any additional donations. Call me at 973-444--0347 for further information and reservations.

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