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The Augusta Music Fest will be hosting its 2nd annual music festival in downtown Augusta, Georgia. The event will be held at the Augusta Commons. AUGUSTA COMMONS The heart of Downtown Augusta, the Augusta Common sits between Broad Street and Reynolds Street between the 8th and 9th Street Block. This jewel hosts over 1 acre of manicured landscape with park benches, an Augusta Common mimicked water feature, memory plaques and monuments, outlined by a bricked walkway.
"M.M.M.M. It's going to be good!" MONDAY MEGA MEMBER MIXER! Monday, May 4th 6:00pm-8:00pm Join the Committee Members and the Tower Club Employee Partners to network and welcome NEW Members! Monday's Mega Member Mixer will be a larger, extended, & upgraded Mixer similar to our Holiday Mixer! The event includes fun passed hors d'oeuvres, delicious food stations, live entertainment by Saxophonist Gary Palmer and two complimentary house or call brand drink tickets per person! Limited to two Non-Member Guests per Member, additional Guests are $15.00++ per person. Mark Your Calendars & Plan to Attend...Our Mega Mixers are NOT to be Missed! Please RESERVE if you plan to attend. Call 954.764.8550 or RSVP to Member Relations Director Roman Foster email@example.com
This is a private event.
Private Show: Women of Distinction Awards Breakfast.
An elegant evening of dining, dancing, silent auction and live entertainment. Featuring The GP Project. Special performance by Kyle Woodard.
Sounds Like: King Curtis, George Howard
Label: Lauderdale Beach Recordings
Manager: Corlis Law
Bio: Gary Palmer was born and raised in New York City and began playing the saxophone at the age of 12. Gary was a music major at his performing arts high school Andrew Jackson High School where he participated in the band, orchestra and jazz band. Gary Palmer performed with his siblings including his...See Full Bio
: Urban Pro Magazine posted pictures of The Augusta Music Fest on their weekly magazine. http://t.co/rCKMQFyMqI
“Stay With Me- Review Wow, what an outstanding cut. The music was outstanding and the sax was totally awesome. There is nothing like listening to a great piece of jazz being played and this was it. The flow and tempo worked well together as he went back and forth between his sounds and made it work. The music kept you listening and interested to see what he was going to play next. There was no singing because this was strictly an instrumental piece but at the end of the day it sounded wonderful and was an awesome cut.”