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Paul Green (vovcals, harmonica) and Gene Holmes (guitar)

November 14 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Free

Both an award winning blues artist and a jazz vocalist, Paul Green was inducted into the Washington State Blues Society Hall Of Fame, and the annual Best Blues Harmonica Award was named after him by that same organization. In 2017, the Blues Society presented Paul with their Life Time Achievement Award. His most recent CD released on the Pony Boy Jazz label, Creativity, is made up entirely of his original lyrics set to jazz instrumental melodies, a style known as Vocalese. His unique vocal and harmonica style have won him praise from both fans and fellow musicians alike. In September 2017 Paul relocated to Tucson where he continues to appear in clubs and concerts throughout the region.
Paul will be accompanied by Gene Holmes on guitar.

Details

Date:
November 14
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Website:
https://wilhelmvineyardsventana.com/events/

Venue

Wilhelm Family Vineyards at Ventana
5425 N. Kolb Rd Suite 119
Tucson, AZ 85750 United States
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Phone:
(520) 900-7166
Website:
wilhelmvineyardsventana.com.
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