2017 Comerica Bank Java & Jazz

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Detroit Public Library’s

2017 Comerica Bank Java & Jazz: A Coffee House Series, celebrates its 17th season!

 

LAST CONCERT OF THE SEASON! DON'T MISS IT!

The AFFAIR GROUP has been performing for audiences all across the United States and internationally for over 20 years. The Affair Group consists of a wide range of multitalented individuals including smooth jazz saxophonist, Nick Stone, vocalist, Stacey “Antimony” Barrett, and guitar soloist, Lofruance Harper. The Affair Group will be the final performance of the 2017 Comerica Java & Jazz series, so grab a seat and get ready for an intoxicating musical treat!

 

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Today: October 23, 2017
Monday, October 23, 2017 - 4:30pm
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