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Local Group Performs the Music of Joni Mitchell – Shadows and Light

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by Mark Subel on April 4, 2012

Local Columbus jazz fusion group “Flippo” joined by guest vocalist Kay Harris will perform the music of Joni Mitchell this Thursday evening at the McConnell Arts Center in Worthington. Flippo is: Michael Cox on saxophone, Erik Augis on keys, Kraig Phillips on guitar, Andy Woodson on bass and Louis Tsamous on drums. Tickets are just $8 online and $10 at the door.

Vocalist Kay Harris has been an integral part of the Central Ohio music scene for a number of years. As a vocalist and songwriter for most of her life, she has been involved with numerous album and demo projects. Kay also has provided lead and backup vocals for over seventy local and national jingles including McDonalds, Wendy’s, Krogers, Stanley Steamer, Huntington National Bank, Schottensteins, Safe Auto, Krieger Ford, Sun TV and Grant/Riverside Hospitals. She has also performed with Mills-James Productions at conventions throughout the U.S. including Hawaii and Puerto Rico. As one of Columbus’ most versatile vocalists, she has also performed steadily over the years with many different musical projects including Diva, Full Tilt Boogie, the Columbus Jazz Arts Group, and Zero One.

“Shadows and Light”-the Music of Joni Mitchell featuring vocalist Kay Harris and FLIPPO:
Michael Cox-Saxophones
Erik Augis- Keys
Kraig Phillips- Guitar
Andy Woodson-Bass
Louis Tsamous- Drums

$8 online, $10 at the door, $5 Students, Kids under 12 Free
http://www.mcconnellarts.org/wp/archives/8237
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/349952118369773/
Bronwynn Theatre at the Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center, 777 Evening Street
call 614-431-0329 for more info.

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