Jazz in the Park is back on Saturday, July 4!
National recording artist and New York native, Bob Baldwin, will headline Jazz in the Park on July 4 at Birmingham Memorial Park located at 524 6th Avenue South. He will perform along with Birmingham’s own flutist Sherry Reeves.
Bob Baldwin has recorded on six of the seven inhabitable continents, and while Antarctica is not on his recording bucket list, his international list, including Dubai, Brazil, South Africa, Spain, UK, Canada, is quite impressive.
“Whether it’s a massive festival crowd of 30,000 or an intimate restaurant audience of 60, I refuse to rob my audience of great music and a good experience.”, said Baldwin.
Sherry Reeves has started a new journey entitled “Voyage”. Her new CD was released in the spring of 2020. Remarkable, unexpected, breathtaking are three words that have been used to describe both the music career and instrumental styling of Sherry Reeves. Even before the release of her debut album in 2014, her musicianship caught the ear of music fans in her hometown of Birmingham and earned her audiences alongside top jazz industry artists such as Ben Tankard, Vincent Ingala, Johnathan Fritzen, Choko Aiken, and Kim Waters.
What does it cost?
Jazz in the Park is free to the public.
To help the spread of COVID-19, all patrons must follow these guidelines:
- Stay home if you are sick
- Keep social distance (6 feet)
- Wear a cloth face covering that covers your nose and mouth
- Face coverings will be provided
- Wash your hands often with soap and water
- Hand sanitizer will be provided
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