You’re sure to dance the night away at this year’s Sweet Tooth Theater with the South Jackson Street Band inducing you to get “In the Mood” with the music of Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, and many more big band classics. Tickets are just $20, and may be purchased from an FCAG member or at the Winchester Antique Mall.
The South Jackson Street Band is composed of 19 musicians from the Middle Tennessee region with a desire to foster the preservation and appreciation of Big Band music. Peggy C. Burton and Dr. Jerry Anderson will be the featured vocalists.
In between, enjoy delicious deserts & beverages from Franklin County Arts Guild members, Sernicola’s and Platters. Don’t forget to enter the door prize drawing to win original artwork by FCAG artists! Donated artwork includes pieces by Wendy Adams, Gary Farris, Elaine Eubanks, Pat Underwood, Jenny Rose-Walter, and Jim Martin. Flowers are courtesy of Mitchell’s Flowers.
The Sweet Tooth Theater is a fundraiser for the Franklin County Arts Guild, and proceeds support the work of the Guild and its annual scholarship for a Franklin County high school senior to pursue a bachelor’s degree in the arts.
Other sponsors include:
Tommy & Joretta North, owners of Watson-North Funeral Home
Cowan Development Company
The South Jackson Street Band
The band was founded in the early 1970s by Bob Carter of Tullahoma, Tennessee. The South Jackson Street Band has established a name for itself as one of the finest Big Band repertory groups in the Middle Tennessee area. This band has built its reputation from quality performances, outstanding musicianship, and its extensive repertoire.
Bringing music of the Big Band era to life is the joy of its highly skilled professional musicians, They have championed the Big Band musical genre, offering a broad repertoire of over 300 songs ranging from Glen Miller and Artie Shaw to the music of Duke Ellington and Elton John.
The band features five saxophones, three or four trumpets, four trombones, drums, keyboard, rhythm and lead guitars, bass guitar, and male and female vocalists. Each musician has an intense desire to bring the music of the bygone Big Band era to renewed life, and to make each performance an evening of musical bliss.
You are bound to get “In the Mood” for an evening of entertainment that encourages you to get up and dance… or at least tap your feet and sing along.
301 Montgomery St., Cowan, TN, 37318
Date(s) - 06/24/2006
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm