Telluride Jazz Festival Announces 2014 Line-up!

Telluride Jazz Festival Announces 2014 Line-up!
Posted by EmilyC on 15 January 2014

With amazing winter skiing conditions being all the hype in Telluride this week, it's been hard to focus on anything but powder and making turns. However, Telluride Jazz Festival announcing their 2014 summer line-up reminded us about the glorious summer months ahead. 

The festival's initial line-up includes Lettuce, Groupo Fantasma, Poncho Sanchez and His Latin Jazz Band, Monty Alexander and Harlem-Kingston Express, Jon Cleary, Nigel Hall Band, DVS with Carly Meyers, Red Baraat, The Crescent Super Band and Telluride Student Jazz All-Star Ensemble.

BUT WAIT, this is just the initial line-up, with more to be announced soon! 

Attending the festival as guest of honor, Poncho Sanchez & His Latin Jazz Band are not be me missed. As a Grammy Award-winner conguero and Jazz percussionist, Poncho Sanchez has over three decades of experience as a bandleader and influential sideman next to Chano Pozo and Dizzy Gillespie. Check-out this clip from a 2011 performance! 

 

 

Want to learn more about the initial line-up? Download the attached PDF for information about the artists, tickets and more! 

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