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BROWNMAN'S Halloween Thriller (markham) - Michael Jackson As Electric-jazz at Go For Tea

Snaggle uploaded this event on October 10, 2018


Go For Tea
179 Enterprise Blvd, #13

BROWNMAN'S Halloween Thriller (markham) - Michael Jackson As Electric-jazz at Go For Tea


Sat, October 27, 2018

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BROWNMAN's Halloween Thriller (Markham) - Michael Jackson as electric-jazz
SAT-OCT-27, 9pm
@ Go For Tea |
179 Enterprise Blvd, #13, Downtown Markham, ON L6G 0E7
$FREE !!!!
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[ thanks to generous sponsorship from Go For Tea, Downtown Markham, The Remington Group & Mary Pan Productions ]

Thanks to the TD Markham Jazz Festival for being this show's MEDIA SPONSOR!

Acclaimed jazz / hip-hop trumpet player BROWNMAN ALI will once again lead an all-star quartet through his popular annual Halloween Thriller concert, this year traveling to 6 cities in Ontario. The much lauded BROWNMAN ELECTRYC TRIO + 1 will perform the entire Michael Jackson "Thriller" recording, interpreted and re-worked in the Miles Davis-esque fashion this multiple National Jazz Award winning improviser has become known for. In addition to the quartet performing Thriller from top to bottom, other MJ classics will be featured through the night for this unique Halloween Series jazz party at Go For Tea in Downtown Markham. This show is part of a 6-city concert series tour, and features as it's "+1" keyboardist NICK MACLEAN, a rising star in Toronto's jazz community and winner of a Global Music Award. Please visit for more info on the 2018 Halloween Thriller Series....

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