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Jazz concert fills Heid’s House in Aspinwall

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Musician Cliff Barnes introduces members of the Clifford Barnes Group to guests at Heid’s House in Aspinwall for a concert on May 5, 2019.
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Gerge Heid, owner of Heid House and studio, provides state-of-the-art recordings at his local venue in Aspinwall. Heid also sits on the Board of Directors of Lighthouse Arts, Inc.
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Jazz bassist Jeff Grubbs with the Clifford Barnes Group is also a veteran member of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
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A concert was held on May 5, 2019 at Heid’s House in Aspinwall featuring the Cllifford Barnes Group in a seven-part series of live concerts. The show was recorded in the studio while 100 guests attended.

Lighthouse Arts, Inc., presented a concert and live recording of the Clifford Barnes Group on May 5, in Aspinwall at Heid’s House.

Founder and operator of the studio is George Heid, a musician of 50 years.

The parlor of the home is set up to accommodate 100 guests. The concert was one in a seven-part jazz series.

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