The Cumberland Winds Jazz Project presents Old-Time Radio Show: November 16 and November 17

by RoxyRegionalTheatre on November 8, 2018

Jazz ProjectWith a nod to yesteryear, the Cumberland Winds Jazz Project is teaming with Clarksville’s oldest professional live theatre this fall to recreate an old-time radio show from the 1940s.

Traditional big band music will combine with radio skits, vintage advertisements and maybe a war newsflash or two at THE JAZZ PROJECT OLD-TIME RADIO SHOW at the Roxy Regional Theatre on Friday, November 16, and Saturday, November 17, at 7:30pm.

In the intimate setting of the Roxy Regional Theatre, The Jazz Project will present music from many of the popular big bands of the 1940s, including Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Woody Herman and Gene Krupa. The evenings’ featured vocalist will be Sarah Queen, singing such all-time favorites as “‘S Wonderful,” “I’ve Got A Gal in Kalamazoo,” “As Time Goes By,” “Stomping at the Savoy” and “Chattanooga Choo Choo.”

Tickets to THE JAZZ PROJECT OLD-TIME RADIO SHOW are $15 and may be purchased online via the below button, by phone at (931) 645-7699, or at the Roxy Regional Theatre during regular box office hours (9:00am to 2:00pm, Monday through Friday, and one hour prior to curtain).

The Cumberland Winds is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which exists to promote and foster excellence in wind and jazz ensembles in the regional Tennessee Cumberland River area. The organization provides quality professional level performing ensembles and promotes and provides musical educational venues, clinics and master classes for students and adults. The musical groups which make up the Cumberland Winds include a concert band, big band, dixie band, jazz combo, brass quintet and woodwind quintet, as well as a number of solo instrumentalists. For more information, visit

The Roxy Regional Theatre is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to producing professional live theatre and promoting the arts, with emphasis on education, in Clarksville, Middle Tennessee and the Southeast. The theatre is located at 100 Franklin Street in Historic Downtown Clarksville. For more information, visit

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