Warren's "Retirement" gig

A great time was had by all on Tuesday, February 16 - We had a great crowd at the Watermark 920, with the band in a great groove. PLUS, we had a fun time paying tribute to Warren VanKampen, TIJO bass-trombonist for MANY years. Warren did a great job on a mellow bass trombone feature (seems like an oxymoron, but he pulled it off!) called "Sweet Loraine" arranged by Dave Wolpe.

The cake looked and tasted great - a nice treat for everyone there. Thanks again Warren for your many years of talent and service keeping "Truth in Jazz" rolling! We'll miss ya!

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