Can’t Get Enough Sax? ‘Saxophobia’ Will Satisfy

What: Saxophobia – A  Saxophone Showcase

When: Tuesday (Jan. 25), 7:30 p.m.

Where: First Church of God, Red Bluff

Call 727-8727 for more information or visit http://www.tehamacommunityconcerts.org/

Saxophobia offers audiences a rare glimpse at some of the most unusual saxophones ever made and pays tribute to some of the great jazz legends who contributed to the development of jazz and popularity of the sax.

Accompanied by piano, bass, and drums, and featuring Rob Verdi on sax, the presentation explores over a half century of classic jazz melodies. Over 10 different instruments will be featured, including a tiny curved sopranino, slide sax, connosax, plastic alto, straight tenor, and even a 6-1/2-foot-tall contrabass saxophone. Rob will be joined by some of his friends in the Side Street Strutters Jazz Band. Add a bit of Yakety Sax, Tequila, and Pink Panther just for fun and you’ve got an educational and entertaining performance that tells you everything you wanted to know about sax but were afraid to ask.

The Tehama County Community Concert Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing quality live entertainment to Tehama County, California. Tickets to concerts are sold on a membership basis; single concert tickets are only available through special arrangement. Our membership drive takes place in late March for the following season (September through April), although memberships may be purchased after the season has started if space is available.

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