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|Event:||Jazz at the Windsor Art Center|
|Date:||December 8th, 2019.|
|Time:||4:00 PM to 6:00 PM|
|Location:||Windsor Art Center|
|Contact:||Katherine Tolve Immediate 860-748-0088|
• . Cost $20 door; $15 for members
Marcia Gamache is a blues guitarist from Western Massachusetts. She is a talented singer-songwriter, playing covers and originals in the blues, rock and R&B genres. She currently fronts her own band, Rogue Pony, one of the only female-fronted blues-rock bands on the Connecticut/Western Massachusetts music scene, and also hosts a long-running open mic at the Tobacco Shed in Windsor, Connecticut.”
Morgan Giosa is a 27 year-old web developer, blues guitarist, photographer, and visual artist from Windsor, Connecticut. He and his brother Alex, a professional drummer, were raised around music and the arts. Early on, Morgan discovered and developed his own passion for blues guitar. A self-described “old soul,” Morgan’s music is rooted in the 1960s’ electric psychedelic blues of artists such as Michael Bloomfield and Jimi Hendrix as well as in the music of the great electric bluesmen, B.B. King and Albert King. Morgan’s music ultimately comes to him spontaneously from his unique and unconventional intuition, emotions and life experiences. Morgan and his band, The Fake News Blues Band, released their first CD in 2019.
This exhibition is made possible with support by: Farmington Valley Chapter of The Links, Incorporated (opening reception host); Hartford Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; Hartford Hospital; Dan J. & Alice Ford Ferraina and other individuals, businesses, & organizations in our community.
The Windsor Art Center, Windsor, Connecticut, is a nonprofit organization that promotes the visual and performing arts and presents visual art exhibits showcasing the works of a variety of artists working in diverse media and genres. There is no charge to visit the gallery or the on-site gift shop which features locally made art. Parking is free and easily accessible. For more information on the exhibition, scheduled programs and exhibits, membership, and performing or exhibiting in the gallery, visit www.windsorartcenter.org.