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Coming Up Next: April 20th, 2019

(that's the right date this month - changed from 4/13)
STRAIGHTEN UP AND FLY RIGHT
Celebrating Jazz Month and the Nat King Cole centenary. Entertainer-singer and ace saxophone player Danny Bachner and his trio (piano and bass) present the music that made jazz pianist and vocalist Nat King Cole an international star. He not only acted in films and appeared on Broadway, but was the first Black man to host an American television series. With such tunes as "Nature Boy," "Straighten Up and Fly Right," "Sweet Lorraine" and many more, learn why prolific hit-maker Cole set the musical pace for many of his contemporaries as well as jazz men and women to follow.

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WHO, WHAT, WHERE & WHEN:

We meet the second Saturday of each month from October through June.
The meetings take place at Local 802 - Musicians' Hall, 322 West 48th Street, NYC. Come early to get free music and CD's.

DOORS OPEN AT 1:00PM.
At 1:30 the Meeting is called to order by our President. Then at 1:45- the Pre-Show (NEW) and at 2:00pm the program begins.

Single Membership is only $60 per year. (9 great Programs and a monthly Newsletter).
Become a member Or, you may come to any of the programs as a guest for $15. ea. p/p.

OUR MISSION:

Established in 1980, the American Popular Song Society is a New York based, not-for-profit social organization, dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the American Song Book, by providing a forum for discussion, education, performance, the encouragement of current songwriters to create new songs which extend the tradition, and the collection of classic sheet music and recordings.
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