Jazz Ambassadors to perform in Greensburg's Palace Theatre
The U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors of Washington, D.C., will present a free public performance April 7 at The Palace Theatre in Greensburg.
As the premier touring big band for the U.S. Army, the Jazz Ambassadors travel thousands of miles each year. They have played at the Montreux, North Sea and Newport jazz festivals, as well as throughout the United States and Europe and in India and Japan.
The group performs big-band swing, Latin music, contemporary jazz, popular tunes, standards, Dixieland and patriotic selections.
To get free tickets, please send a self-addressed stamped envelope with your request to: ATTN: U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors Tickets, The Palace Theatre, 21 W. Otterman St., Greensburg, PA 15601. There is a four-ticket limit.
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