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Tidewater Trader September 8, 2021 Page 42 Chuck Redd Kicks Off the Chestertown Jazz Festival at The Mainstay on September 9 th The Mainstay in Rock Hall kicks off the Chestertown Jazz Festival with world re- nowned jazz vibraphonist Chuck Redd at The Mainstay’s annual Tribute to Char- lie Byrd on Thursday September 9 th at 8pm. The Mainstay is dedicated to the safety of its patrons, performers, volunteers, and employees. As such we encour- age all patrons to wear a mask severyone who is not yet vaccinated to do so if they are able. Chuck Redd will be leading a quintet in salute to his mentor, Charlie Byrd. The ensemble will feature special guest, veteran saxophonist Charlie Young. The program will include bossa nova standards, American Songbook classics, jazz and blues. With next year marking the 60 th anniversary of the landmark Charlie Byrd/Stan Getz recording, Jazz Samba, Chuck and the group will perform Jobim compositions fea- tured on the album including Desafinado and One Note Samba. Chuck will also share a few anecdotes from his 19 years touring with The Charlie Byrd Trio and The Great Guitars. Saxophonist Charlie Young is a native of Nor- folk, Virginia. He has had a rich career performing and recording with various ensembles such as the National Symphony Orchestra, the US Navy Band, the Count Basie Orchestra and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Young has shared the concert stage with many of the music industry’s leading icons. Dave Sanders is a guitarist in the Washington D.C. area. He has appeared at prestigious venues including the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, the Kimmel Center, Arena Stage, and the Music Center at Strathmore. Bassist Eric Harper, a Washington native, is a 1995 graduate of Oberlin College. He has extensive performing experience outside of the DC area, including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with vocalists Barbara Morrison and Lillian Boutté, the Edinburgh Jazz Festival with saxophonists Scott Hamilton and Bob Wilber, and the Portman Ritz-Carlton in Shanghai, China, with vocalist Jennifer Palor. Drummer Dominic Smith has been a fixture on the jazz scene for more than 30 years, appearing as a sideman on more than 50 recordings, playing with the cream of the crop of local players as well as visiting musicians from New York and elsewhere. Tickets are $25 online/advance and $30 at the door. Information and ticket sales are available on the Mainstay’s website at www.facebook.com/mainstayrockhall and www.mainstayrockhall.org. Fo r reservations call 410-639-9133. The Mainstay welcomes Chuck Redd on Thursday, September 9 th . 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Sun, Oct. 10th - Open House at Rock Hall Vol. Fire Co., 21500 Rock Hall Ave, Rock Hall; 410-639-7611; www.rockhallmd.com. Tues, Oct. 12th 10am - Blue Heron Public Paddle with Sultana Foundation; Kayaks, paddles & lifejackets provided on site; $30/pp, ages 12 & up; Call 410-778-5954; www.sultanaeducation.org/public-programs. Wed’s, Oct. 13th-Nov. 6th 7pm-8pm - Be- ginner Cha-Cha, QAC Centre for the Arts, 206 S. Commerce St., Centreville; Visit www.queenannescountyarts.com. Thurs, Oct. 14th 8am-12pm - Health & Wellness Expo at Kent County High School, 25301 Lambs Meadow Rd., Worton; Free health screenings, flu shots, expert talks, door prizes, over 75 exhibitors, free refresh- ments; Sponsored by HomePorts & Kent Co. Public Schools; www.homeports.org; karen@homeports.org. Sat, Oct. 16th - Jeff Antoniuk at The Main- stay, 5753 Main St., Rock Hall; $20/ticket online, $25/ticket at door; 410-639-9133; www.mainstayrockhall.org. 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