Free 3rd Thursday Jazz Concert Featuring Paul Unger Septet ~ Thursday, September 19

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Take a musical journey from the 20th century roots of Jazz to the diverse sounds of the present with Fort Worth Library’s annual Third Thursday Jazz Series. Featuring an outstanding list of nationally and locally known talent, all concerts are FREE and open to the public.

Fort Worth Jazz Series Paul Unger Mingus Ah um

September’s Third Thursday Jazz Series Features the Paul Unger Septet ~ Thursday, September 19, 6:30PM
The 2013 Thursday Jazz series winds up with local favorite, the Paul Unger Septet.  The group will perform music selections from Charles Mingus’ groundbreaking 1959 recording Ah Um.  The septet is led by bassist Paul Unger who has performed with such artists as Kevin Eubanks, Bobby Shew, Bob Newhart, Bernadette Peters, Jay Clayton and Andrea Bocelli.

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For more information, visit the Third Thursday Jazz Series website.
When: Thursday, September 19 ~ 6:30pm.
Where: In the Gallery of the Fort Worth Central Library. You can park on the street or in the 3rd St. & Taylor Parking Garage. The parking garage and streets are FREE after 6:00pm or if you go earlier, have your parking ticket validated at the Central Library for up to 2.5 hours free on weekdays.
Cost: FREE, no ticket required.

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