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* JOE BOURNEJOE BOURNE

The Music of Johnny Mathis and Other Great Gentlemen - September 3rd at 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM - Tickets: $25 - Joe Bourne and his dynamic ensemble will perform the music of Johnny Mathis and other magical male legends of the world of popular music with songs like: “Chances Are”, “The Twelve of Never”, “A certain Smile”, “Too Much Too Little Too Late”, “Misty” and many more! Joe Bourne has shared the stage with Natalie Cole, Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Dionne Warwick and several other jazz and popular music greats. He has earned many prestigious international awards for his work including the Diamond of the Year and Artist of the Year for top-class entertainment in Germany, as well as the Silver Orpheus Award in Bulgaria and the Jimmy Kennedy Award in Ireland. Locally, Joe Bourne was recently voted Best Local Entertainer by Tucson Lifestyle Magazine.

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* DIXIE CATSDIXIE CATS

Time: 7:00 pm

September 8th at 7:00 PM - Admission is free (tickets required with a suggested donation of $20) - The Dixie Cats uphold a tradition as the oldest organized traditional jazz band functioning in the Tucson area. For well over 40 years they played several nights a week at Gus and Andy’s Steak House and the Ye Old Lantern Restaurant, and now continue to perform as headliners at the Phoenix Jazz Society, the Arizona Jazz Society and at many casinos throughout the southwest. - This veteran ensemble (cornet, clarinet, trombone, banjo, drums and bass) emulates the sounds of jazz from the 1920’s and 1930’s with the same instrumentation as that of the early New Orleans jazz groups such as Nick Larocca’s Original Dixieland Jazz Band, the Buddy Bolden Band and the Louis Armstrong Band. Their selection of tunes crosses the most popular list of that time period and is performed in a fun and energetic swing style. The Dixie Cats continue to draw capacity crowds varying from the oldsters down to the young swing-dance devotees.

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* MITZI COWELL BANDMITZI COWELL BAND

Time: 7:00 pm

September 10th at 7:00 PM - Tickets: $25 - Tucson native guitarist, singer and songwriter Mitzi Cowell's music is a gumbo of desert swamp funk and unique songwriting in a base of blues and old-school R&B sensibilities, featuring funky fingerpicking, soulful slide, and blues mastery. Mitzi is an Arizona Blues Hall of Famer, as well as winner of TKMA's 2012 Tucson Folk Festival Songwriting Competition. Her band includes some of Tucson’s hottest players, including Alex Flores on tenor sax and special guest Heather “Li’l Mama” Hardy on violin, bringing you a mix of cool traditional blues and roots-based original music.

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* MANHATTAN DOLLSMANHATTAN DOLLS

Sentimental Journey: Music from the WWII Era in the Style of The Andrews Sisters - September 17th at 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM - Tickets: $25 - Hop aboard the “Chattanooga Choo Choo” and join The Manhattan Dolls on a “Sentimental Journey” through the great music of the 30s and 40s. Sit back and enjoy these timeless classics, or if you're “In the Mood” get up and dance! Sentimental Journey blends beautiful ballads with your favorite toe-tapping tunes, and of course, in classic USO fashion, takes some time to honor our brave men and women in the military.

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* DESERT FEVERDESERT FEVER

Time: 7:00 pm

September 22nd at 7:00 PM - Tickets: $20 - Desert Fever has been performing in Arizona for over a decade. These musicians are former members of the United States Army Cannonball Combo at Fort Huachuca. Named after Jazz musician and former soldier, Julian "Cannonball” Adderly, Cannonball Combo was the jazz team for the MI Corps Band until 2017. In their current form, these retired military service members perform traditional jazz while creating their own arrangements of past and preset hits from all genres. This performance will include a special nod to the recently deceased jazz legend Chick Corea with their own interpretation of “Spain”.

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