(Casper, WY) – Please plan to attend a special jam Sunday, October 19th, presented by the Wyoming Blues & Jazz Society to support the fight against breast cancer and domestic violance, from 4p-8p, at All That Jazz at the Parkway Plaza Hotel, Casper, Wyoming. The host band will be TaTa7, seven women, all fine musicians involved in Casper’s music community, who joined to host this event in honor of both Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence Awareness month. 21+ welcome. Bring your instrument and sign in at the door to get a turn on stage. No cover charge, but the hat will be passed and all donations will be given to the causes being supported.
Who are the members of TaTa7? Seven women, all fine musicians involved in Casper’s music community, who joined to host the Wyoming Blues and Jazz Society’s October jam session in honor of both Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence Awareness month.
Mitch and Sonnie Rodenburg have been dragging The Grease Monkeys band along icy roads and sunshine, year-round for 20 years. Usually on lead vocals, Sonnie is our drummer.
Recently reconnected with the guitar as her primary instrument, Margaret Coryell often adapts it to horn or keyboard arrangements in many of the songs she plays.
A bass player and active participant in the Casper music scene for 30 years, Amy Gieske is excited to be part of this event.
Singer, musician, and composer Diane Gifford received her BA in piano performance at Cal Poly Paloma in California. She is involved with many local musical projects.
Lead vocalist for Casper’s blues-and-rock band Barrel House, Barb Atkinson found her passion for singing at age 28 in Memphis, where she lived before moving to Casper in 2007.
A lifelong musician, Kathy Kirlin holds both Bachelors and Masters degrees in music. She performs regularly in schools providing enrichment opportunities, and maintains a private violin studio.
One of the original Zombie Dollz, Vicki Windle is a published poet, singer and song writer.
Please join us at the Wyoming Blues and Jazz Society jam session Sunday October 19th, from 4:00-8:00 pm, at All That Jazz at the Parkway Plaza Hotel.
Everyone 21+ is welcome, if you are a musician bring your instrument and sign in at the door to get a turn on stage. No cover charge, but the hat will be passed and all donations will be given to the causes being supported.