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The American Songbook of Jazz with Paul VornHagen

Paul VornHagen presents the American Songbook of Jazz, including pieces from American composers such as Duke Ellington, Cole Porter, Gershwin, Rodgers & Hart, and Thelonius Monk. Winner of 6 Detroit Music Awards, saxophonist/flutist and vocalist Paul VornHagen has been a mainstay on the Detroit/Ann Arbor/Toledo/Chicago/San Francisco jazz scenes for over 35 years. Paul has appeared at many well-known jazz festivals and nightclubs and has released numerous critically acclaimed recordings on Schoolkids and PKO Records labels. In this performance, Paul will be accompanied by keyboard, bass and drums.

Upcoming sessions

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Also available in: e-book

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