– WFIT 89.5FM, a service of Florida Tech, and the city of Palm Bay, Parks and Recreation Department, will jointly host a “special” Twilight Jazz” on
Sunday, Sept. 18, 3-8 p.m., at Goode Park in Palm Bay. Referred to as “Twilight Jazzmania” for the month of September only, the event will present three
“Jazzalicious,” a group of eight Eau Gallie High School students, 15-17-years-old, will kick off Jazzmania. Group members are Zach Anspaugh, Andrew
Littlefield, Kyle Johnson, Travis Hillyer, Patrick Cogans, James Newman, Neil Webber female-keyboardist Angelica Chau. This young group will amaze and
surprise audiences with their knowledge of jazz. Beginning at 4:30 p.m. will be
“The Connie Hopper Quartet” with keyboardist Richard Abrahams, bass player Johnny Fitz and drummer Dave Dunscombe. Singing a selection of jazz standards,
Hopper and her band are sure to delight and entertain audiences.
“The Amy Baker Quintet” goes onstage at 6:30 p.m. and includes Baker as the vocalist, Mark Simmons, keyboard, Ron Pirtle, bass, Dave Dunscombe on drums and
Rich Hall on tenor sax. These musicians excite and charm audiences with a mixture of jazz including Latin jazz and some funk for fun.
Get rid of the summer doldrums and bring your lawn chairs to Goode Park, 1300 Bianca Drive for this free concert.
For additional information call WFIT at (321) 674-8950 or the Palm Bay Parks and Recreation Department at: (321) 952-3441.