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Carey Frank at Blue Guitar @ Arroyo Seco Golf Course

Where

Blue Guitar @ Arroyo Seco Golf Course
1055 Lohman Lane
South Pasadena, CA
(323)769-3500

When

Thu, January 18, 2018
7:30 pm

Add to Calendar 2018-01-18 7:30 pm 2018-01-18 Carey Frank at Blue Guitar @ Arroyo Seco Golf Course Something To Remember Him By is Carey Frank's second album. Accompanied by veteran jazz guitarist, Bruce Forman, this is a unique album of organ and guitar duets. Inspired by his grandfather, singer Don Cornell, a prominent big band crooner in the 40s and 50s, Carey chose a handful of songs he fondly remembers his grandfather singing. He put a unique spin on the tunes and added an original composition, “Iris, Iris” dedicated to his grandmother, Iris Cornell. Originally from South Florida, Carey now lives in Los Angeles. He received a Bachelor degree in jazz piano performance from the University of Central Florida where he was a scholarship recipient from the Gold Coast Jazz Society and the Central Florida Jazz Society. He holds a Masters degree from USC, where he studied with Russell Ferrente, Alan Pasqua, and Peter Erskine.

Adjacent to the Blue Guitar room is the Arroyo Seco Grill which has food, wine, and full bar. Or you can bring your own bottle for a $10 corkage fee. Showtime is 7:30pm, doors open 30 minutes prior.
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Tickets

$10

Musicians

Bruce Forman
Bruce Forman
guitar
Carey Frank
Carey Frank
piano

About

Something To Remember Him By is Carey Frank's second album. Accompanied by veteran jazz guitarist, Bruce Forman, this is a unique album of organ and guitar duets. Inspired by his grandfather, singer Don Cornell, a prominent big band crooner in the 40s and 50s, Carey chose a handful of songs he fondly remembers his grandfather singing. He put a unique spin on the tunes and added an original composition, “Iris, Iris” dedicated to his grandmother, Iris Cornell. Originally from South Florida, Carey now lives in Los Angeles. He received a Bachelor degree in jazz piano performance from the University of Central Florida where he was a scholarship recipient from the Gold Coast Jazz Society and the Central Florida Jazz Society. He holds a Masters degree from USC, where he studied with Russell Ferrente, Alan Pasqua, and Peter Erskine....

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Brad Colerick uploaded this event on January 9, 2018