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It's a day of FREE Jazz as four fantastic artists come to town in this great setting behind the Jackson Homestead ~ BYO lawn chairs, blankets, etc! What better way to spend your Sunday afternoon!
1:00PM Cruzamente www.cruzamente.com Cape Verdean check 'em out! "They bring a rich and original approach to both the traditional and contemporary songs they perform. Cruzamente is pure entertainment and audiences cannot help but step to the dance floor to join them in celebration of their infectious music!"
2:00PM The Fred Woodard Trio www.fredwoodard.com Great guitar trio... "Veteran Boston jazz guitarist Fred Woodard comes from the Wes Montgomery and Grant Green schools of elegant post-bop funk - thumb-picked, tensile lines spun from crafty tunes with a contemporary spin of hip-hop and avant-garde." ~ Jon Garelick, The Boston Phoenix
3:00PM The Rusty Scott Trio www.rustyjazz.com - The great Piano trio returns - Rusty Scott has been a staple on the Boston jazz scene since 1990 - "Is that Tommy Flanagan on piano? Wynton Kelly? Hank Jones? Red Garland? The answer: Rusty Scott" - Bob Young Boston Herald
4:00PM Persian Blue www.persianbluemusic.com - Persian Blue's music is primal, rhythmic, fusion jazz and rock with depth. Although a strong beat stays the course, you will also catch glimpses of subtle delights; the kind you wish you could recapture from dreams. The pro musicians bring international backgrounds to the richness and depth of their sound whether mellow vocals or improvisation. Persian Blue has played to sold-out performances at the Hard Rock Cafe in Boston and is a recognized contributor to the vibrant music scene.
|Where||The Jackson Homestead and Museum 527 Washington St, Newton, MA 02458|
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|Time||1:00 pm–5:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About The Jackson Homestead and Museum
The official headquarters of The Newton Historical Society, The Jackson Homestead and Museum showcases the early history of both Newton and early colonial America alike. Come here to see its extensive picture, document and video library and learn more about how the Jackson family led the abolitionist movement in Newton.
Guided tours are by appointment only. Contact email@example.com or call 617-796-1450 to schedule a tour.
Other events here
- HISTORY BOOK CLUB MEETING at the Jackson Homestead & Museum Tomorrow, May 23, 7:30 pm–9:00 pm
- NEWTON JUNE COMMUNITY WEEKEND at the Jackson Homestead & Museum Sat, Jun 1, 12:00 pm–5:00 pm
- HISTORIC NEWTON WALKS! The Stanley Steamer Twins Sun, Jun 23, 2:00 pm
- JUNE HISTORY BOOK CLUB at the Jackson Homestead & Museum Thu, Jun 27, 7:30 pm