Jazz & Blues Festival to feature three concerts

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WHAT: Purple Fence Jazz & Blues Mini-Festival

Mike Frost Jazz, with bass guitarist Mike Frost and saxophonist Lauren Meccia, will perform original compositions and covers of classics at the Purple Fence Jazz & Blues Mini-Festival.  SPECIAL
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Mike Frost Jazz, with bass guitarist Mike Frost and saxophonist Lauren Meccia, will perform original compositions and covers of classics at the Purple Fence Jazz & Blues Mini-Festival.

WHEN: April 12-13
• Friday – Guitarist Professor Bottleneck and harmonica great Frank Born, 8 p.m.
• Saturday – Dave Morgan & The Hollerers, 4 p.m.; Mike Frost Jazz

WHERE: The Purple Fence, 102 Courthouse Square, Edgefield, S.C.

DETAILS: $30 for all three concerts. Buy tickets at The Purple Fence, Edgefield Discovery Center, Mercy Me, Edgefield County Chamber of Commerce in Johnston, S.C.; and WKSX-FM, 203 Laurens St. SW, Aiken

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WiseOldMan 04/14/13 - 02:35 am
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Awesome

Edgefield will never be the same. Local artists Dave Morgan and The Hollers rocked the house. Professor Bottleneck and Frank Born wowed the crowd with awesome tunes that Edgefield will never forget. The jazz of Mike Frost still rings in my ears.
These guys are great and turned a beautiful Saturday evening into one of the classiest acts Edgefield has ever experienced.
A great time was enjoyed by all!

Thanks for such fine musicianship...OUTSTANDING!

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