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Posted by The Charlotte Post on Monday, March 7, 2016
Naturally JAZZED Concert
Concert
Date: July 18, 2014
Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location: Show map
Charlotte Scottish Rite Temple
4740 Randolph Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28211

Contact: Tony Rushing
Phone: 704-277-2818
Email: naturallyjazzed@live.com
Site: www.naturallyjazzed.com

Naturally JAZZED will feature an eclectic compilation of jazz genres all under one roof for the jazz enthusiast’s listening pleasure. Naturally JAZZED will showcase local artists as well as featured performances by renowned violinist Daniel D and his urban instrumentalist band, Adrian Crutchfield and Calvin Edwards Trio. Concert attendees will also have the opportunity to experience the gifts and talents of over 20 local entrepreneurs in a separate setting adjacent to the auditorium.
As an Ambassador for the Susan G. Komen Foundation, Nikki Rushing, CEO/Founder of Hair 180°, will utilize the Naturally JAZZED Concert as a means to raise breast health awareness and provide financial support to said foundation along with a venue for persons to donate a night of jazz to a breast cancer survivor. The goal of the Naturally Jazzed Concert is to have, at minimum, 100 breast cancer survivors in the audience as a result of the kind acts of local companies or individuals who have chosen to donate a general admission ticket to celebrate survivorship or in memory of a loved one who lost his/her battle with breast cancer.




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