Thursday, October 07, 2010
November BPL@Night Features Guitarist Keith “Cashmere” Williams and Vocalist J. D. Jackson
The Birmingham Public Library (BPL) will host vocalist J. D. Jackson and his accompanist, Sam Robinson, on November 4 at 6:30 p.m. in the Arrington Auditorium at the Central Library. Mr. Jackson describes his music as “360° of Music.” He offers a multi-genre and multi-lingual musical experience that demonstrates the unifying and universal power of music. On November 23 at 6:30 p.m. at the Powderly Branch Library, guitarist Keith “Cashmere” Williams will perform his well-known guitar sounds. Mr. Williams performed with Ruben Studdard between 2003 and 2006 and has opened for various artists, including Kirk Whalum, Ramsey Lewis, and Boney James. His latest album, New Birth, has just been released.
Visit www.bplonline.org for additional information.
BPL@Night is a series of high quality evening performances offered free-of-charge by Birmingham Public Library in an effort to bring enriching cultural programs to downtown Birmingham and the city’s neighborhoods. BPL@Night highlights local and regional performers that reflect the diversity of our community and draw from a wide range of personal experience. Through programs such as these, the library seeks to provide Birmingham citizens of all ages opportunities for entertainment, ongoing education, and personal growth.
By Tressa at October 07, 2010
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