Hazel Miller

Edinburgh Jazz Festival

This week in music clearly represents one of the great contributions that Dazzle, located at 1512 Curtis Street, has made to the Denver jazz scene. That contribution, to put it simply, is bringing bands led by noted, newer players to town, providing listeners with a chance to place their ears on the current pulse of the music without having to travel to New York. 

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Hazel Miller Band performs an eclectic blend of Jazz, R&B, Blues, Gospel and original music. HMB's music is designed to excite and involve the audience. The band's music choices are designed to be inclusive and expansive at the same time.

Founded in 1991, Harmony: a Colorado chorale is Denver metro and Northern Colorado’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and straight ally voice all-inclusive choir.  Committed to embracing and inspiring an inclusive community through song, the 70-member plus choir performs two-to-three major concerts each year.

16th Annual FIVE POINTS JAZZ FESTIVAL

Saturday, May 19th - Performance Schedule:

Parade: starts at 11 a.m. sharp! Beginning at 26th and Welton featuring the Dinosaurchestra Marching Band and Grand Marshals Wende Harston & Dr. Daddio parading up to the Main Stage.

The annual Lifetime Achievements Awards recipients are:

Norman Harris III, Jeff Fard & Lu Vason (posthumous)

Hazel Miller

Mar 20, 2017

Hazel Miller was greatly influenced by Nancy Wilson and especially Aretha Franklin. After performing around Louisville and mixing blues and jazz with gospel and soul, people began to take notice.

Big Head Blues Club ft. Big Head Todd and the Monsters and Denver's Hazel Miller on Saturday, October 8 - 7:30pm at Boettcher Concert Hall.

 

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