High life jazz  series

Thursday September 15th  $15  7PM to 9 PM
JW Gilmore and the Blue Authority
call (386) 328-8998 to reserve tickets

Margie Nelson and Harry Rios Jazz Duet

The next show of the Arts Council of Greater Palatka’s High Life Jazz concert series is Thursday, September 15th at 7 PM. The High Life Jazz venue is a quaint dim-light event held in the beautiful main room of the Larimer Arts Center, 216 Reid Street in Palatka. The Arts Council brings in extraordinary talent together with fancy hors d'oeuvres and fun beverages for an adult night of jazz, social life, and dancing. The early evening Thursday concert will feature JW GILMORE AND THE BLUES AUTHORITY jazzing up their repertoire for the occasion. Tickets are limited and are $15.

JW Gilmore is a vocalist and harp player with an impressive resume’, having played with Joey Gilmore, Tabby Thomas, Todd Hart and has done session work for Blue Beat Records. Franklin Williams, formerly of the sauce band and original member of The Drifters will be on the bass and vocals. La Robinson, the band leader from Street Life will lay down drums and vocals. Rounding out the group on guitar is Gary Coz, formerly from The Sauce Band. This collection of pro musicians claims 120 years of combined experience.

The High Life Jazz night has experienced great success and plenty of positive feedback from the community and beyond, attracting visitors to Palatka from surrounding areas to enjoy the comfortable setting, food, and quality music. The Arts Council of Greater Palatka, Putnam’s designated Local Arts Agency, is supported by members, the Putnam County Tourist Development Council and the Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs. For more info, visit artsinputnam.org or call (386) 328-8998 to reserve tickets.

The Arts Council is the Designated Local Arts Agency for Putnam County and is supported in part by our members,
 the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts,

the City of Palatka, the Putnam County Commission and the Putnam County Tourist Development Council.