Up & Coming Weekly

October 22, 2019

Up and Coming Weekly is a weekly publication in Fayetteville, NC and Fort Bragg, NC area offering local news, views, arts, entertainment and community event and business information.

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WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM OCTOBER 23-29, 2019 UCW 25 MUSIC CROWN COMPLEX 1960 Coliseum Dr. • 910-438-4100 www.crowncomplexnc.com Nov. 8 Patti LaBelle Nov. 18 WKML's Stars & Guitars Nov. 19 Mannheim Steamroller Nov. 23 A Day to Remember: The Degenerates Tour LOUIE'S SPORTS BAR & PUB 2417 Robeson St. • 910- 323-3373 Oct. 25 Jill Charles and Nobody's Business Oct. 27 Rivermist Halloween Bash Oct. 29 Will Jones Music SEGRA STADIUM 460 Hay St. • (910) 339-1989 Oct. 25 All-American Jazz Festival: Beach and Shag Music Oct. 26 All-American Jazz Festival feat. Brian Culbertson PAUL'S PLACE 719 Starling St.• (910) 779-2898 Oct. 25 Karaoke with Randita Oct. 27 Open Mike Jam w/Bob Steele 1 LAUREN DAIGLE Rescue 2 JEREMY CAMP Dead Man Walking 3 CASTING CROWNS Nobody feat. Matthew West 4 ZACH WILLIAMS Rescue Story 5 UNSPOKEN Reason 6 ELEVATION WORSHIP Echo feat. Tauren Wells 7 WE ARE MESSENGERS Power 8 FOR KING & COUNTRY Burn the Ships 9 CROWDER Let It Rain (Is There Anybody) 10 Tauren Wells God's Not Done With You EVENT There's just nothing quite as dis- tinctive as jazz music. It reaches into the depths of your core and seems to radiate throughout your being. It's smooth, harmonious and full of dynamic rhythm. It is perfect for relaxing after a long day, hanging out with friends and even to help set the mood for a romantic evening. It expands into multiple cultures, ages and generations. The Cape Fear Jazz Society knows the impact and the reach jazz has, which is why it has invited performer, Jazzmeia Horn, to provide an evening of culture and entertainment on Nov. 3, 2019 at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington Kenan Auditorium. According to Primus Robinson, who represents the Cape Fear Jazz Society, the collaboration between the Society and the UNCW provides an opportunity to bring in nationally renowned tal- ent, such as Horn, to a larger audi- ence within this larger facility and contributes to the arts culture of the community. This is the first collaboration between the society and UNCW, and the staff with both organiza- tions chose Grammy-nominated, award-winning talent of Horn to share her unique, jaw-dropping vocal talent to foster and promote jazz, a mission of the CFJS. The day after the concert, Horn will also teach a free "Artist Master Class," offering students and fans an opportunity to learn from her about how the art of jazz captures her essence and how they can find that within themselves. The CFJS presents jazz in differ- ent locations, from small to large, with its tenth season currently in progress at The Cameron Art Museum. They havehad continued success to date with a sold-out crowd for its eight-month run. CFJS just wrapped up its five- month outdoor series at the Bellamy Mansion Museum, mak- ing it their most successful while also celebrating their 10-year anniversary. The CFJS is a nonprofit organi- zation and has a mission to edu- cate others on the appreciation of jazz, which is why it will continue to present jazz artists. In the words of Robinson, "My favorite thing is experiencing togetherness. People enjoy explor- ing and delighting in innovative art. Jazz is creative, intellectual, accessible and unifying. Music is the healing force of the universe, Cape Fear Jazz Society has the great gift of music and art, which is the goal of the CFJS. We've been getting it right for 21 years." Tickets for the Jazzmeia Horn Concert begin at $20, and the event is appropriate for all ages and demographics. Jazzemeia Horn to play at UNCW by CAROLINE SCHAFER Jazz lovers can look forward to seeing Jazzmeia Horn perform on Nov. 3 at the UNCW Kenan auditorium. CAROLINE SCHAFER, Contributing Writer. COMMENTS? Editor@upandcomingweekly.com. 910-484-6200.

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