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The "Why Not Call It Music" Festival Closing Events: Drum Saturday... Come Sunday.

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THE JAZZ NETWORK WORLDWIDE
~ "A GREAT PLACE TO HANG"....

Esquizito has invited you to the event 'The "Why Not Call It Music" Festival Closing Events: Drum Saturday... Come Sunday.' on THE JAZZ NETWORK WORLDWIDE!

MUSIC PREVAILS...! AGAIN!!

Be a part of the revolution, 7:00 Saturday eve... Sunday mornin' 10:00.

All you gotta remember: 1018.

Peace,
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Time: May 2, 2009 at 6pm to May 3, 2009 at 7pm
Location: "Almost Bywater" New Orleans
Organized By: Esquizito

Event Description:
Esquizito Presents the 4th Annual "Why Not Call It Music" Festival... in New Orleans @ Maison Musique... Esquizito's home @ the crossroads of three historic neighborhoods: the Bywater, the Marigny and the Faubourg St. Roch.

Maison Musique is located @ 1018 Music Street (between St. Claude and N. Rampart)

Donations Requested.

Saturday Sunset Drum Circle Led by John Spuzzillo: May 2 from 7pm - 11pm (Bring your own drum!)

Sunday Brunch with E. & Arlee: May 3: from 10am to - 2pm

Think you've seen it all and heard it all in New Orleans? Come hear the music - and taste the food - that comes from the authentic heart and soul roots of New Orleans. It's the unique JazzFeast during JazzFest.

To reserve your place at the table, call 504.943.9194 or email: classicjazzvocals@yahoo.com

About our artists:

Arlee Leonard: Arlee is a sultry, dynamic singer who sets a mood with original songs and refreshing takes on jazz classics. Visit her on the web: www.ArleeLeonard.com and www.Myspace.com/ArleeL

John Spuzzillo is a master percussionist who plays all over New Orleans and has taught in colleges and universities throughout the US.

Esquizito, aka Eric Paul Perez, is a vocalist/guitarist who is planted in the firm tradition of three generations of jazz music and seeks to find a sound never heard before. He comes from a long line of creole musicians, including cornetist Manuel Perez and saxophonist Harold Dejan. He is also an renowned cook and is featured in the book, "You Are Where you Eat." You can read and hear more about him here: http://www.esquizito.com .

Read his blog: http://thejazznetwork.ning.com/profile/Esquizito

See more details and RSVP on THE JAZZ NETWORK WORLDWIDE:
http://www.thejazznetworkworldwide.com/events/event/show?id=1974321%3AEv...

Long time ago

This event has been from a long time ago, I wish I can participate in one of your events soon.

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