Fall into the Groove with the Jazz Perpetrators

Posted: September 7, 2012 in Uncategorized

Now that summer’s over, the Jazz Perpetrators, tanned and relaxed from their sonic vacation, are back and ready to dish up more of their sonic shenanigans. The first date is Sunday, Sep 16 (1 to 4 PM), for the Goshen Farm Preservation Society’s annual open house. The Perps and the Goshen Farmers go way back, the band having participated at various fundraisers for that organization over the past several years. This time around the Perps will be performing out on the front porch of the farm house, making it their first al fresco (Italian for “go outside if you’re gonna play that music, you’re driving your mama crazy”) gig. Guest bassist Bill Pachuki will be honorary Perp-For-A-Day as he joins the group’s arhythmia section; the rest of the band will consist of the usual suspects. Come on out and join the crowd at 1420 Cape St. Claire Rd. from 1 PM to 4 PM.

Next up, the Perps will provide musical entertainment for the annual Entrepreneur’s Exchange membership appreciation party, to be held on Thursday, October 18 at Homestead Gardens, just outside of Annapolis in beautiful Davidsonville.  The Perps will lay it down nicely from 6:30 to 8:30 PM for those captains of industry. The event is open to the public but to qualify for free food and an adult beverage, you’ll need to peel off a few bills.  Details can be found at www.eebiz.org.

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