Adrian Crutchfield's life changed with when: he was brought on stage and given a saxophone by Kenny G and when Prince told him to restart his solo career.
Adrian is coming to Marietta Jazz and Jokes and plans on dancing and playing during his 11-19-21 concert.
You do not want miss one of the best sax players on the planet as he comes to Marietta Jazz and Jokes !! PRINCE , LIONEL RICHIE , BETTE MIDLER , CEELO GREEN , have all had him on speed dial !!
Gabriela Anders' dad was famous in Argentina for his jazz arrangements. She loved jazz too, but grew her talent in new directions. She came to the US and developed her skills even more and was lucky to work with many great artists.
Now she is coming to Marietta Jazz and Jokes on November 13th to share her music with us.
Blaine Clotfelter caches Bill up on the theatre and the new play, The Andrews Brothers. When one of the Andrews Sisters get chicken pox, three brothers take over and hilarity follows.
Bill was there opening night and it was so good to unwind, surrounded by friends and watching grown men dressed up and singing their hearts out.
The shows runs until 11-13-21. Don't miss out!
Bill speaks with the Dr. Thomas Olson of Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Atlanta, Alex Gutherie, Marietta native and star of The Voice, Alex Faas who coordinated the event, Jeannie Sandoval, a mom that lost her daughter Monica just 2 1/2 months ago and Kyle a 15 year old cancer survivor.
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For 50 years, MUST Ministries has served Cobb and Cherokee Counties, even through COVID. Their biggest fundraiser, the Gobble Jog is back for 2021 and everyone should sign up.
Dr. Ike explains the mission and the impacts of COVID and the future of MUST. You won't want to miss this important interview.
Go to gobblejog.org to learn more!
Lara Ferreira loves concerts and campers and they combine elements of those loves along with a speakeasy vibe at the Third Door.
Bill Nowicki and Paul Southern get the behind the scene tour including all the touches that bring folks to The Third Door every week.
On my way to my interview with Brad Hawkins, the new director of the Aviation History and Technology Center, Doug Lester had to share some of his career. He is certainly proud of his 38 years Lockheed.
The outdoor aviation museum has many planes that helped define not only Marietta's history starting in WW2, but world history.
Brad explains all that and gives you his story too...