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Evening of Jazz With Ronny Whyte

September 28, 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

$30

An Evening of Jazz With Ronny Whyte: Direct From New York City

Attention, Jazz lovers! Acclaimed NYC Jazz pianist Ronny Whyte joins musicians Glen Webb and Robbie Matheson for one relaxing, romantic night of cool tunes and hot jazz, at the Center for the Arts in Kayenta. Save the plane fare, and join fellow Jazz lovers for a night of sensual, pulsating, soul-stirring music that will leave you tingling for days.

Whyte has an established reputation as one of the Big Apple’s finest Jazz pianists, but he is also an award-winning songwriter. He’s considered a premiere interpreter of the Classic American Popular song genre, and his songwriting earned him the ASCAP Award and MAC Award for best song of 2006. Some of Ronny’s memorable songs include “Forget the Woman,” crooned by Tony Bennett, and music for “The Party Upstairs.”

*($10 Students)

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Date:
September 28, 2018
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Cost:
$30
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Evening of Jazz With Ronny Whyte

An Evening of Jazz With Ronny Whyte: Direct From New York City

Attention, Jazz lovers! Acclaimed NYC Jazz pianist Ronny Whyte joins musicians Glen Webb and Robbie Matheson for one relaxing, romantic night of cool tunes and hot jazz, at the Center for the Arts in Kayenta. Save the plane fare, and join fellow Jazz lovers for a night of sensual, pulsating, soul-stirring music that will leave you tingling for days.

Whyte has an established reputation as one of the Big Apple’s finest Jazz pianists, but he is also an award-winning songwriter. He’s considered a premiere interpreter of the Classic American Popular song genre, and his songwriting earned him the ASCAP Award and MAC Award for best song of 2006. Some of Ronny’s memorable songs include “Forget the Woman,” crooned by Tony Bennett, and music for “The Party Upstairs.”

*($10 Students)

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