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Chicago Jazz Orchestra Returns to Andy's Throughout December

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Following this past summer's successful residency at Andy's Jazz Club, the CJO returns for the following three Mondays in December:

· Cyrille Aimee - guest vocalist from New York appears Monday, December 12th
· Frieda Lee - long time CJO vocalist appears Monday, December 19th
· Perrian Jordan - guest vocalist appears Monday, December 26th

If you have not yet had the pleasure of hearing Chicago's premier big band in a club setting, these December engagements are a rare opportunity to do so. There are sets at 5:15 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Andy's is located at 11 E. Hubbard. You may call (312)642- 6805 to make reservations or visit www.andysjazzclub.com for more information. Discounted parking is available next door at Shaw's Crab House.

The CJO performs classic jazz repertoire, jazz standards, and songs from the Great American Songbook, as well as original compositions of some of the band members. In addition to great music, Andy's offers a varied and delicious menu for those wishing to dine, as well as a well-rounded selection of wines, beers and spirits in a cozy, colorful and intimate setting.
Why not kick-off your holiday season with great entertainment and dining at Andy's. Happy Holidays and Best Wishes of the Season from the CJO - Your Chicago Jazz Orchestra!
Jeff Lindberg's Chicago Jazz Orchestra was founded in 1978 (Jazz Members Big Band) by Jeff Lindberg and the late Steve Jensen. Composed of Chicago's top musicians, the CJO is Chicago's oldest professional jazz orchestra in continuous operation and one of the oldest jazz repertory orchestras in the country. Conductor and Artistic Director Jeff Lindberg is one of the foremost transcribers in jazz. As a result, the Orchestra's repertoire draws upon his vast library, which includes the works of Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, Lionel Hampton, Benny Carter, Oliver Nelson, Ray Charles and many others. The CJO receives support from The Stare Fund, the Illinois Arts Council, The Joseph B. Glossberg Foundation, The Shana Alexander Charitable Foundation of New York, The Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, The Oppenheimer Family Foundation and the Irving Harris Foundation. Additional in-kind support from the Jazz Institute of Chicago and WHPK 88.5 FM is also received.

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