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With his robust sound and swinging style, tenor saxophonist Houston Person has kept the hard bop and organ-soaked soul-jazz traditions alive. Emerging from organist Johnny "Hammond" Smith's group, Person established his reputation as one of the Big Boss tenors in the Gene Ammons style with albums like 1968's Blue Odyssey, 1969's Goodness!, and 1970's Person to Person! He further embraced a funky, soulful vibe in the '70s with albums like 1972's Broken Windows, Empty Hallways and 1976's Stolen Sweets. From the '80s onward, he balanced his love of groove-based R&B with more hard-swinging acoustic sessions, joining contemporaries like Ron Carter and Teddy Edwards.
Contact Name: Thomas Carruthers
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone: (203) 247-4273
Seating begins at 6:30pm to have your dinner order taken. Showtime begins at 7:45pm when we transform the space into a theater. Seats are $25 per person. Very Limited Occupancy. Tables seating 2, 4, 5 guests, with tables for 6, 8, 12 available upon request. Single, general admission tickets are also available. See The Attached Seating Chart. Have problems with the ticketing system? Call 203-247-4273 Out of respect for the performers and other patrons, there is no talking during this performance.
La Zingara Restaurant
8 P T Barnum Square
Bethel, CT 06801
Onsite or plenty of parking on street within a short walk of restaurant