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Spring Jazz and Art Festival
Dynamic performers Nelson Rangell and Steve Oliver will join forces to co-headline the City of Casselberry’s Spring Jazz & Art Festival on Saturday, March 2, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Lake Concord Park.
Nelson Rangell
Nelson Rangell

Denver based Nelson Rangell has recorded with The Rippingtons, Chuck Loeb, Patti Austin, Tom Browne, the GRP All-Star Big Band and is featured on The Hang, an album by Don Grusin that was nominated for a Grammy Award. His discography now includes 17 CD releases and his two more recent unique albums titled “Red” and “Blue” have helped recognize  Rangell as an incredible virtuoso and one of the most exciting and diverse performers in the genre.

The jazz guitar phenomenon Steve Oliver has to his career credits: 11 albums,; eight top 30 singles; named “Debut Artist of 2000”; 3D, top jazz album in 3D in 2004 and was nominated International Artist of the Year in 2006.  More recently, Steve’s new release in 2018 of  Illuminate, the much-anticipated eleventh career album from multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer, continues to shine a light upon Steve’s highly successful career - one that has produced multiple #1 hits on the Billboard charts and countless radio staples over nearly two decades.

Besides the great music, there will be an abundance of bright color, artistic style, and Central Florida art history inside City Hall with “Legends of Central Florida Art“, featuring the artwork of Johann Eyfells and R.V. (Robin Van Arsdol).

Bring a blanket, chairs and come enjoy sensational Spring Jazz & Art Festival at Lake Concord Park.  General parking is available at Home Depot, Target and by the Fifth Third Bank. Disabled parking is available at the front of the Casselberry Police Department.
 
For more information, call (407) 262-7700, Ext. 1507

 




Steve Oliver
Steve Oliver

 





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