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Jazz 30/08/2004

Pony Boy Records celebrates their 10th Anniversary with the First Annual Pony Boy Records Jazz Picnic in Seattle

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SEATTLE, WA. (www.ponyboyrecords) - Scheduled headliners at the first annual Jazz Picnic are: LARRY FULLER TRIO, GREG WILLIAMSON AND THE BIG BAD GROOVE SOCIETY, JIM CUTLER QUARTET, DAN O'BRIEN'S INSIDE OUT and CHRIS STOVER'S MINI NARCISISM, and an ALL STAR JAM!
Very special guests include: CAROLYN GRAYE, BUDDY CATLETT, RANDY HALBERSTADT, HB RADKE, HANS BREHMER, CRAIG HOYER and JON HAMAR.

Also featured throughout the afternoon are: Dan Marcus, Alexey Nikolaev, Vern Sielert, Greg Schroeder, Phil Demaree, Brian Olendorf, Mike West, Chris Fagan, Greg Sinabaldi, Byron Vannoy, Geoff Harper and Beck Henderer-Pena, John Hansen, Trish Hatley, and more.

Pony Boy Records is celebrating our 10th anniversary as Seattle's independent jazz and swing label bringing the best local jazz artists to you. With a successful history of over 40 releases to date, each Pony Boy project is a partnership between the artist and the label, each with a unique, dynamic jazz style! PBR is committed to the future of the arts and cultural programs in our neighborhood at Sand Point.

Special thanks to our sponsors including: KPLU 88.5 FM, Varlamo's Pizzeria, Quality Auto, Seattle Piano Gallery, Print Time, NorthwestAmp Magazine, Bank of America, Keep Posted, Silver Platters, Sand Point Grill, Home Street Bank, Ravenna Third Place Books, Davis Sign Company, Duchess Bar and Social Club, Wedgwood Broiler, Earshot Jazz, Bud's Jazz Records, Great Harvest Bakery, SPACE and Metropolitan Market. For complete sponsor info, please visit our website.
Visit us on the web: https://www.ponyboyrecords.com/files/festival/jazz_picnic.html






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