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JMQ Jazz presents TAMARA KULDIN & JAMES SHERLOCK This Thursday @ Golden Gate Hotel, , MAR 10 at 7PM. Book soon…

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March 2022


Dear Jazz Lovers,

Wonderful sassy songstress, TAMARA KULDIN features at GOLDEN GATE HOTEL, South Melbourne with JMQ Jazz Ensemble this Thursday,
MARCH 10, 2022 and it is always a treat to present her singular talents and versatility to an appreciative audience.
Tamara has been captivating audiences from Melbourne, New York to Paris with her playful, sultry and heartfelt interpretation of songs from The Great American Songbook, European classics to lesser known vintage jazz & blues gems. 
Stellar Jazz guitarist, JAMES SHERLOCK shall also feature this evening in an exceptional line up:
Michael Harding – Piano, Kim May – Bass, Rod Gilbert – Drums, John Montesante – Trumpet & Flugelhorn 
Food & Drinks available all evening. We suggest you book early, as the band is downstairs again this week in a smaller space, pending repairs on first floor.
PreBook $11 Ticket Online to secure your seat: https://www.trybooking.com/BVNRI 
Every week is special! ALL are welcome!
Warm wishes,
JMQ Jazz 

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John Montesante Jazz : Quintet + Dectet (JMQ) 
PO Box 1501, St Kilda South. Vic. 3182.
jmqjazz@gmail.com     +61 (0) 418 318 618

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