Indigo Jazz will be playing for the Comox Valley Food Bank this week.

Indigo Jazz playing for food

All proceeds to the Comox Valley Food Bank

First Fridays at the Zocalo Café feature Dale Graham on vocals, John Hyde on bass and Rick Husband on guitar. This month, the trio adds the sweet counterpoint of trumpet and flugelhorn, as guest Jay Havelaar (pictured) sits in for the evening.  This month’s appearance of Indigo Jazz is exceptional in more than one way. Dec. 5 is the annual Food Bank Day on CBC Radio.  Indigo will “tune in” to the cause by turning over all proceeds to the Comox Valley Food Bank. Take a break from that early Christmas shopping. Donate to a good cause, and enjoy fine jazz music at the Zocalo Café between 7 and 9 this Friday. Submitted Photo

 

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