19-year-old jazz musician brings down the house in Marran Theater
Wednesday, March 07, 2012
The set list was ranging and impressive, from the New Orleans style blues song “Flying Fish,” to a love song called “Nighttime Star,” and a song inspired by a trip to Montana in autumn. The show boasted a dizzying array of music and instruments, including ukulele, trumpet, drums, soprano saxophone, and much more, inspiring the audience to clap, snap and rise to its feet.
Among the songs during the performance, the group played “Sweet Sweet Baby,” which is also happens to be Grace’s first music video.
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