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African American Museum
701 Arch Street
Sun, April 21, 2013
In the spirit of our newest exhibit, Come See About Me: The Mary Wilson Supremes Collection presented by PNC Arts Alive, we welcome Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble and vocalists Roy Richardson and Patricia Scott for an afternoon trip down a musical memory lane. Blending the signature hooks of songs like “Heat Wave,” “My Girl,” “Stop in the Name of Love” and “Ooh, Baby, Baby,” and the solos and improvisation of jazz, this is a trip you definitely want to take!
Light refreshments will be available for sale.
Led by upright bass player Warren Oree, the Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble includes Umar Raheem (soprano and tenor saxophone), Greg “Ju-Ju” Jones (drums), Doug “Pablow” Edwards (congas and percussion), and Frank Butrey (guitar).
Concert Only: This ticket provides access only to the auditorium and refreshment purchase area.
Concert & Exhibits: This ticket provides access both to the concert and to AAMP's current exhibits, Audacious Freedom: African Americans in Philadelphia 1776-1876 AND Come See About Me: The Mary Wilson Supremes Collection. This ticket represents a $4 savings for General Admission and a $5 savings for Students and Seniors. Members always access exhibits FREE.
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