Date(s) - 01/12/19 - 01/19/19
12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Wyndham Hotel Mt. Laurel
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Please provide an email address so i can send you the press release for Live Jazz@ the Wyndham Mt. Laurel held every Saturday eenng from 730p to 11pm, as well as the flyers for the two major events we have invited media. The upcoming events are:
November 10 VETERANS Ceremony and Celebration sponsored by NAM Events, LLC who is the sponsor of LIVE Jazz @ the Wyndham. The ceremony will take place at 6pm on Sat. Nov 10 and all active and retired military will be admitted free with id. A portion of proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. Entry fee for civilians is $20. Live Jazz from 7pm through 11pm for VETS. The house band 2NspireU will perform. Political officials and Dignitaries have confirmed their attendance and VETS are encouraged to RSVP to ensure we have enough gifts to present to each of them. Brigadier General (Retired) C. David Turner will be Master of Ceremony.
Nov 24th EBAN Brown – the former lead singer with the Stylistics for 8 years will be doning a ONE NIGHT ONLY Intimate dinner concert at the Wyndham Mt. Laurel as part of our Jazz concert series. Early bird tickets cost $70 and are VIP seating; on Oct 16th ticket prices rise to $80 per ticket. We will be visiting radio stations to promote as the date draws closer!
JAZZ @ THE WYNDHAM is pleased to present…EBAN BROWN (former 18 year lead vocal for the Stylistics) who is coming to Jazz & RnB Wyndham Philadelphia-Mount Laurel on Saturday, November 24, 2018! This ONE SHOW ONLY Intimate Dinner Concert will be one to remember! With anticipated excitement, we share that Eban is in a new movie that is soon to be released and he recently announced he is re-joining his uncle’s group: Ray, Goodman & Brown in 2019! This is one of the last local concerts he will be performing here in the States!
EARLY BIRD Tickets are on sale NOW for $70 until October 15th with VIP seating! Book your hotel room NOW at the discounted rate of $70 – for the hotel rooms will be SOLD OUT!
November 24th is THANKSGIVING WEEKEND! Join us for what will be a great evening of songs from yesteryear as well as music from Eban’s new album!
Mary Cross has the honor of being the Opening Act for Eban…Performing what we hope will be an UNFORGETTABLE Phyllis Hyman Tribute!
Join us for a MEMORABLE date night whether with / for your PARENTS & GRANDPARENTS who love the music of the Delphonics and The Stylistics as performed by Eban Brown who was the voice of the Stylistics for the past 18 years…and the sultry bellowing vocal stylings of Mary Cross!
You will enjoy a full course dinner that includes filet tips and a vegetarian entree’! You don’t want to miss this! TICKET PRICES GO UP OCTOBER 16TH! Once the announcements are made on local radio stations these limited tickets will be gone! Remember…it’s ONE SHOW ONLY!
If you experienced Eban’s impromptu serenade of the audience on September 1st 2018 when he attended his 2nd Jazz At The Wyndham (J@TW)appearance, then you know how special this night will be to those in attendance – UP CLOSE & PERSONAL!
Make plans to be in the hous! PICTURE THIS: Eban Brown & Mary Cross are doing a DUET from Eban’s album that evening!!!
Jazz @ The Wyndham-Mt Laurel is sponsored by NAM Events, LLC! Please come out and support this new business as we fulfill our ultimate Goal: to Keep LIVE Music Relevant here in the South Jersey region. Come be serenaded…you will be soooo glad you did! Sons: bring your Mothers! Daughters: Bring your Fathers! Lover: Gift the tickets to someone you love…or know who would appreciate this music! On behalf of NAM Events, LLC, andNancie A. Manning, we THANK YOU for your patronage! We love you and appreciate your ongoing support of the LIVE Jazz & RnB Saturday concert Series! We will leave the lights on for you!
LIVE Jazz at the Wyndham Mt Laurel — every Saturday Night 7:30pm! Come see what all the BUZZ is about!
Thanks to all our J@TW Ambassadors who support us every week! We love you so much and your t-shirts are coming! SPREAD THE WORD! Mary Cross, Nancie A. Manning and the J@TW staff.