Jen Forsland

Forsland returns to Thursday Night Jazz

Jenn Forsland is excited to be returning to Thursday Night Jazz at The Avalanche and is praying that we don’t get a repeat of her gig last February when Courtenay fell into chaos under the big blizzard.

“We’re mixing things up a little this time,” said Forsland. “I’ll be there with my keys, Rick Husband on guitar, Grahame Edwards on bass, Rachel Fuller on sax, clarinet and EWI, Tom Timsley on percussion and Cam Boyce (for a few tunes) on violin.”

“We’ve been on a bit of a hiatus as our musical paths have taken us in other directions over the past year, but we’re excited to be playing together again,”she added.

Admission to this wonderful show is $10 for members, $12 for non-members. Visit georgiastraightjazz.com and click on the calendar tab to see the upcoming schedule of performances.

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