Music fans get jazzed up

Minnesota Jazz legend Debbie Duncan will be performing at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre this weekend. - Submitted
Minnesota Jazz legend Debbie Duncan will be performing at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre this weekend.
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The second concert in a trio of Jazz Cabarets hosted by The Old School House (TOSH) is happening this weekend.

Minnesota's Debbie Duncan has been recognized as Best Female Jazz Vocalist as well as Best Female Performer in Minnesota, among many other awards.

Duncan has opened for the late jazz legend Miles Davis, has recorded back up vocals for Mitch Ryder and Bob Segar and her own trio has received rave reviews throughout Minneapolis.

She will be joined by Ron Hadley on piano, Ken Lister on bass and Kelby MacNayr on drums.

Tickets are $20 and include a dessert buffet. The show runs from 7 to 10 p.m. this Saturday, March 19. The show is expected to attract a large crowd, as Duncan sold out a show in the area a couple of years ago.

The concert will be held at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre.

Tickets can be purchased only at The Old School House Arts Centre in person or by calling 250-752-6133.

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