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DC Jazz Jam coming to Haydee’s this Sunday!


3102 Mt. Pleasant Street, NW

From an email:

“The long-running Sunday evening “DC Jazz Jam” is returning to the scene after a 3-year Covid hiatus and also trying out a new venue: Haydee’s Restaurant in Mount Pleasant.

Before Covid shutdowns, DC Jazz Jam ran for over 10 years on U Street–first at Dahlak Eritrean Restaurant and then at The Brixton–with support from a District arts grant. Haydee’s owner Haydee Vanegas and DC Jazz Jam organizer Will Stephens agreed to a “test run” of two jazz jam sessions at Haydee’s this month, the second of which takes place this Sunday, March 19th. If all goes well, the DC Jazz Jam will return to being a regular weekly event. This Sunday’s jam session features an all-star house band of Lionel Lyles (sax), Noble Jolley (keys), Pete Muldoon (guitar), Zack Pride (bass), and Nasar Abadey (drums). The jam session is intended for musicians, families, and appreciators. Haydee’s is a Mount Pleasant institution that has been hosting live music and entertainment at their restaurant for more than 25 years.

Date: Sunday, March 19th
Time: 6:30pm-9:00pm

Location: Haydee’s, 3102 Mount Pleasant Street, NW”

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