5430 Vantage Point Road Columbia, Maryland 21044



SUMPTUOUS BUFFET ~ Ready & Replenished 7 PM to 10 PM
(Included in cost)
• Chef-carved Baron of Beef, Turkey and Ham • Hot Spinach Dip / Pita Chips
• Spiced Spinach • Imported & Domestic Cheeses, Fruit, Veggies
• Penne Pasta in Tomato Cream Sauce • Dessert: Sliced Fruit & Melted Chocolate
• Jambalaya *Mini Eclairs & Cream Puffs
• Barbeque Meatballs  
Happy Hour Prices!
• Tickets, walk-in, cash/check at the African Art Museum of Maryland, 410-730-7106, 5430 Vantage
Point Road, Columbia, MD, Tuesday thru Friday 10 AM to 4 PM and Sundays 1 PM to 4 PM.
• Tickets, online or phone 24/7, Brown Paper Tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/140922
(1-800-838-3006) Use Visa, MasterCard or Discover.
• Tickets, by mail. Please make check payable to BWJF and send to P.O. Box 1105, Columbia, MD
21044. Requests received after March 26, 2011 will have tickets held at door.
• Tickets: $70 (per person) before date. $75 at door. No checks, no credit cards at door.  CASH only.

Baltimore-WashingtonJAZZfest is a supporting entity of the African Art Museum of Maryland.


Performers ♫

Nasar Abadey * Drummer

Drummer, composer, founder, leader and driving force of SUPERNOVA. “. . . a rare jazz musician whose work earns its own name. . .” (Quote from www.washingtoncitypaper.com.)

Steve Guyger * Blues Harp (Harmonica)

The “Guyger” blues experience is cerebral—reminiscent of the Mississippi Delta blues minstrels. (From Pam Hayashi 2010 Claude Ligon House of JAZZ review)

Sharón Clark * Vocalist

Trampolines notes from octave to octave with tight control and fluidity. Embodies vocal contours like the greats—Sarah Vaughn, Carmen McRae, Shirley Horne. (From Pam Hayashi 2010 Claude Ligon House of JAZZ review)


Rodney Kelley, Sr. * Guitarist

Bandleader (The Rodney Kelley Experience), guitarist “seeks to please the palate of the most discerning listener.” (Quote from www.rodneykelleyexperience.com.)

Greg Adams Trio * Greg Adams on Piano

  “Grove with hot, young trio that swings to bebop, hard bop and standards straight out of the best jazz playbooks.”

410-730-7106 (Telephone) africanartmuseum@aol.com (Email)

www.africanartmuseum.org / www.baltowashjazzfest.org (Websites)
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