Charleston Jazz Hosts Benefit This October With Charlton Singleton

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Charleston Jazz will host a Keepin’ Jazz Alive benefit on Thursday, October 3. This special evening will include a VIP dinner and auction followed by a concert put together by Charlton Singleton, featuring some of Charleston’s most accomplished artists.

The Charlton Singleton Project is specifically put together by Charlton Singleton for the Keepin’ Jazz Alive benefit and will feature Charleston Jazz Orchestra members, as well as some of Charleston’s highly recognized jazz artists including: Charlton Singleton (vocal/trumpet), Dan Voss (alto sax), Mark Sterbank (tenor sax), John Cobb (bari sax), Matthew White (trumpet), Mark Rapp (trumpet), Gavin Smith (trombone), Lee Barbour (guitar), Demetrius Doctor (piano), Reggie Sullivan (bass), and Quentin Baxter (drums and percussion).

“I will be playing some solo piano, singing and playing from the piano, performing with my quintet and the newly formed Charlton Singleton Project,” says Charlton Singleton. “Please purchase your tickets now and support this important institution including the newly established Charleston Jazz Academy, which is nurturing the next generation of jazz artists and is so wonderfully run by my good friend (little brother) David Carter! I hope that you will be there!”       

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