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A Charlie Brown Christmas Concert Featuring the Jerry Granelli Trio.


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Back in Ottawa by popular demand!  As close as an old friend, as comfortable as an old blanket, the Ottawa Jazz Festival Presents: A Charlie Brown Christmas concert.


Jerry Granelli, as one third of the legendary San Francisco-based Vince Guaraldi Trio recorded what is arguably the greatest Christmas album of all time in 1965 – the soundtrack to the animated classic “A Charlie Brown Christmas”.


Join us at Dominion-Chalmers United Church for this unique opportunity where Jerry Granelli guides us down his own personal "A Charlie Brown Christmas" memory lane. Hear songs from the award winning television classic performed by the Jerry Granelli Trio at the acoustically perfect Dominion-Chalmers United Church.  A perfect show for jazz lovers and a huge amount of fun for the family!  This concert/lecture experience promises a nostalgic romp, and an unforgettable Christmas concert from three of Canada’s most celebrated jazz musicians Simon Fisk on bass and Chris Gestrin on piano. Jerry’s tunes have been a part of Christmas tradition for North American families for the past forty-five years.  Join this outstanding jazz band for a trip down memory lane and a great musical experience for all!


For tickets visit www.ottawajazzfestival.com or call 613-241-2633


Thursday, Dec 04, 2014 7:00 PM EST

Dominion-Chalmers United Church (355 Cooper Street, Ottawa)

Price: $35 for adults

           $15 for children twelve and under

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39 minutes ago, c-towns said:


I found this amusing for some reason, check out who #10 is.

Also, many people believed #24 was Courtney Love. Apparently not...



That's pretty interesting.

So is this.  It's from Jerry Granelli's website: 

Granelli moved on to the Denny Zeitlin Trio, a group that
included bassist Charlie Haden...(and) shared bills at The Matrix and
The Fillmore with Jefferson Airplane, Big Brother and the Holding Company and the Grateful Dead. They
also accompanied the Dead on their first European tour in 1971.

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