‘Energetic and interactive’ jazz show at The Zo

This Friday, the Anderson Jazz Syndicate will make their first appearance of 2014 at Zocalo Café in Courtenay

This Friday, the Anderson Jazz Syndicate will make their first appearance of 2014 at Zocalo Café in Courtenay.

Featuring Doug Anderson on guitar, John Hyde on bass and Aaron Amar on drums, this jazz trio will bring their swinging style to standards and original tunes, creating a great jazz club vibe.

This trio is known for their energetic and interactive approach to the music, in which each member plays an important role in the sound they create.

Watch for coming performances of Anderson Jazz at Zocalo Café on the last Friday of each month.

An evening of fine jazz and food starts at 7 p.m.

— Anderson Jazz Syndicate

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