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Free concerts highlight Thursday Live!

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From page A11 | September 24, 2013 |

Davis Odd Fellows’ Thursday Live! series of free concerts continues at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, with Calvin Handy and The Jazz Patrol featuring The Fabletone Vocalists and The Sacramento Blues Revue. The show is at the Davis Odd Fellows Hall, 415 Second St. in downtown Davis.
The shows are always open for all ages to enjoy. Donations are encouraged, with all money going directly to the bands.
Rick von Geldern, aka “Ricky V,” is the band’s leader and guitarist. Van Geldern plays theatrical and classical music as well as blues and R&B music. He is joined by Marshal Wilkerson, a Sacramento Blues Hall of Fame nominee, and singer Lena Mosley, a 2011 Sacramento Blues Hall of Famer.
Calvin Handy and The Jazz Patrol have been performing in the region for some time. The group’s repertoire includes jazz standards, bossa and Latin, funk and blues. The Jazz Patrol performers are Calvin Handy, tenor sax/flute; Dean McGee, trumpet/flugelhorn; David Kyle, piano; Jeff Minnieweather, drums; Joe Silva, guitar; and Travis Bradley, bass.
The Fabletone vocalists — DeDe Craig, Heidi Bekebrede and Frank Fox — are featured along with Sergei Shkurkin on piano.
Thursday Live! is sponsored by the Davis Odd Fellows Music and Concert Committee with help from KDRT. For more information, contact Juelie Roggli at juelrog@gmail.com or 530-219-5444.

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