The Linda Solotaire Quartet: Dreams of You, the Sun, the Moon and Johnny Mercer

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The Linda Solotaire Quartet: Dreams of You, the Sun, the Moon and Johnny Mercer

Time: March 23, 2013 from 8pm to 10pm
Location: Open Door Theatre
Street: 902 South Ridgeland
City/Town: Oak Park, IL 60304
Website or Map: http://www.opendoorrep.org/ti…
Phone: 708.342.0810
Event Type: jazz, concert, series
Organized By: Linda Solotaire/Open Door Repertory Company
Latest Activity: Mar 4, 2013

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March 23, 2013: Linda Solotaire

The Linda Solotaire Quartet

Dreams of You, the Sun, the Moon and Johnny Mercer

Linda Solotaire . vocals, Michael Levin
Stu Greenspan . guitar & John Willliam Lauler . upright bass

March 2, 2013 - June 15, 2013

Saturdays @ 8pm 

Open Door Repertory Company

and media sponsors

WDCB & Chicago Jazz Magazine

present the

Open Door Theater’s Jazz Concert Series

Rhythm, Rhyme & the Refrain

at the
Open Door Theatre
Open Door Repertory Company
902 South Ridgeland / Oak Park, IL 60304 

Tickets are $15 general admission / $12 Students & Seniors
 708.342.0810 / opendoorrep.org/tickets.

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