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Happy Hour Suite featuring Horns and Things

Thursday, July 29, 2021

Karamu House invites you to join us for the Happy Hour Suite, an evening of live jazz featuring Cleveland's own, Horns and Things. Thursday, July 29, 2019 at 7pm in the Cleveland Foundation Jelliffe Theatre.


The event is FREE and open to the public to those 18 and older. But, you must REGISTER for tickets. This show will sell out quickly. Be sure to reserve your tickets early.




"HORNS AND THINGS" is the powerhouse contemporary jazz ensemble that has pleased audiences throughout the years! The group was founded by saxophonists J.T. Lynch and Ken LeeGrand.


In an effort to find a place for their music, which could fit the modern genre and fulfill the needs in the Main Stream market, they teamed with Bassist, Derrick James, Keyboardist, Sakait Baksar and Drummer, Ray Harvin to form the nucleus of the band.


This phenomenal group has been performing for over thirty years. They have shared the spotlight with a who's who list of legendary performers from Dexter Gordon, Jimmy Heath, Freddie Hubbard and Joe Sample; to contemporary artists that include; Pieces of a Dream, Najee, Ronnie Laws, Kim Waters, Alex Bugnon and Marion Meadows. "HORNS AND THINGS" has opened for R&B artists such as El Debarge, Phillip Bailey, Millie Jackson, Brian Culbertson, Kevin Eubanks, Average White Band and EnVogue. They have participated in jazz festivals, headlined in concerts and performed the college circuits. 


"HORNS AND THINGS" has five recording projects, which includes four C.D.'s. "Till the Dawn," Northern Wind", "Da Boss" and their latest release "GET Your HAT On!"

Ticket Rates:

FREE, but registration is required $0.00


Thursday, July 29 2021
07:00 PM

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