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The Summer Sounds In The Historic District free music series delivers sweet tunes at nearly a dozen locations in Old City, Society Hill and along the Delaware River waterfront.


Produced by VISIT PHILADELPHIA in partnership with Veteran Freshman, the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation, Historic Philadelphia, Inc., Wawa Welcome America and the Philadelphia Jazz Project, these musical events will pop up at more than a dozen different locations in Philadelphia’s Historic District — all for free, all summer long.

TIM PRICE TRIO
Performing: Monday, July 9 at 10am

Tim Price is a saxophonist, educator and composer from Reading, Pennsylvania and he teaches jazz saxophone at the New School University in New York City. During his career, Price has performed with musicians like Bennie Green, Lew Tabackin, Ray Drummond,Butch Morris, Jon Mayer, Don Patterson, Nick Brignola, Cecil Payne,Bill Doggett and many others. Tim Price breathes fire through his horn. Enjoy the heat.


Hope to see some SOTW folks there, great parking, location in Old City Phila- thank you very much.
Great rhythm sections- all month long.Trio jazz every other day.

JULY:

Monday, July 2: Tim Price Trio, 1 & 3pm / Christ Church



Monday, July 9: Tim Price Trio, 10am & 12 noon / Betsy Ross House

Wednesday, July 11: Tim Price Trio, 1 & 3pm / National Constitution Center

Friday, July 13: Tim Price Trio, 1 & 3pm / Spruce Street Harbor Park

Monday, July 16: Tim Price Trio, 1 & 3pm / IVCC Café

Wednesday, July 18: Tim Price Trio , 1 & 3pm / Franklin Square

Friday, July 20: Tim Price Trio, 10am & 12 noon / National Museum of American Jewish History
 

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` Yesterday afternoon- In Franklyn Park, Philadelphia.
Hosted by Philadelphia Jazz Project. Getting to play with players I love musically like Richard Hill on bass and Ben Singer on drums- there’s that special sound in trio's like this that combines a desire to be creative and free.
' Was also a day that marked John Coltrane's passing
decades ago- and we played some Coltrane music like " Blues To You" & " Dahomey Dance"...it was a great day indeed. grateful for the journey and fun in the music.

HEAR US....Tomorrow....Friday, July 20: Tim Price Trio, 10am & 12 noon / National Museum of American Jewish History

Thank you.
 
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