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Jam Session at Cafe 210 to Benefit Amateur Musicians

Cafe_210_Benefit_Jam_SessionWhat: The Central Pennsylvania Musicians Association, aka, American Federation of Musicians Local 660, will host a musical free-for-all in State College with the region’s best musicians on Sunday afternoon, September 27, from 2 to 5 pm at Café 210.

The event is open to musicians and music lovers of all ages and includes internationally renowned jazz drummer Ronnie Burrage, who has played with Sony Rollins and McCoy Tyner, music educator John Kovalchik who has played in America and Europe with the Tarnished Six Dixieland band and a host of other top musicians.

For details, contact Chris Lee at 814-466-9266 or [email protected].

When: 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Sunday September 27.

Where: Cafe 210, 210 W. College Ave.

Cost: $3. Free for musicians who join in.

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