Jazz music is coming to the University this week.
East Alabama Food Bank and the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities are teaming up to bring musician Glen David Andrews to The Plains for Music on the Hill.
Andrews is from New Orleans, Louisiana, and is known as the “Treme Prince.” He is a part of New Orleans’ second-line jazz scene and will perform songs from his album “Redemption.”
Music on the Hill will be at Pebble Hill on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. and is free to the public. However, attendees must register online because space is limited.
The group asks that attendees bring a nonperishable food item to contribute to the East Alabama Food Bank’s Beat Bama Food Drive. They also recommend bringing a lawn chair and arriving a little early to ensure a good spot for the concert.
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