19 Friday / July 19, 2019

Jazz in July Presents: Elena Escudero

07:00 pm
Conrad Prebys Amphitheatre
http://www.wfiu.org/jazzinjuly

Summer in Bloomington means warm days, cool nights, and the best free concert series of the year: WFIU Public Radio and the Department of Jazz Studies at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music are proud to present the 2019 return of Jazz in July.

This free outdoor concert series is bringing you more of the best jazz from around Indiana. We encourage guests to bring lawn chairs, blankets or even a picnic!

All concerts take place at the Conrad Prebys Amphitheater.

Rain locations: July 5, 12 – Cramer Marching Hundred Hall; July 19, 26 – Recital Hall

More information available at wfiu.org/jazzinjuly

Elena Escudero is a vocalist hailing from West Lafayette, Indiana. Escudero received her B.M. in Jazz Studies from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music in May 2019. She performs regularly in Bloomington and surrounding areas, both with IU-affiliated ensembles, such as the Plummer Quintet, led by Walter Smith III, as well as independently run groups of the jazz, R&B, and fusion genres.

Live Music / Outdoors

19 Friday / July 19, 2019

Lee Roy Parnell

07:30 pm to 09:30 pm
Brown County Playhouse
http://browncountyplayhouse.org

Lee Roy Parnell is a triple-threat Americana/Blues-Rock artist known for his guitar prowess (particularly slide guitar), smooth soul-drenched voice, and top-shelf songwriting skills. Parnell has earned two GRAMMY® Award nominations for his instrumental tracks, “Cat Walk” (with Flaco Jiménez) and “Mama, Screw Your Wig On Tight” and was nominated for the CMA Vocal Event of the Year on “John the Revelator” (with The Fairfield Four).

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