[JPL] Re: Jamie Davis

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Fri Aug 4 17:16:55 EDT 2006


Bob,  I would wholeheartedly agree about the Thrasher Big Band.  But they are no longer in San
Antonio, having all packed up and moved to Los Angeles in Feb of this year.  His Big Band debuts 
at Steamers on Aug 10th.  Gerry and the band put on a great show so check them out if you're in 
the area.  
 
Peg
VN Media Group/NeXtep Records
 
 
 
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Subject: [JPL] Re: Jamie Davis


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Another hot big band down San Antone way is the Gerry Gibbs Thrasher Big Band. 
Gerry is Terry's son and his vocalist Joan Carroll is that rarity: a natural big 
band singer.

We have another natural big band vocalist down Jacksonville way: Lisa Kelly.


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