Sunday, June 26, 2011

Miss Terry Sullivan Sings Real Jazz at Chicago's Serbian Village - June 27th

Miss Terry Sullivan will be the featured vocalist at the Serbian Village on Irving Park Rd. with some of the greatest jazz musicians in Chicago - Rich Armandi on bass, Tom Muellner pianist, and the great Rusty Jones on drums to name a very few.

I received this lovely note from Miss Sullivan and had to send my regrets due to Leo High School affairs.


I will be singing JAZZ for one hour this Monday (June 27), 9 to 10 p.m, at the Serbian Village , 3144 W. Irving Park Road —the first set of what will continue in to the wee hours.

If you received this note, you are invited. If you know any jazz-lovers, please share.

The place is what jazz people refer to as a “fun hang.” It is decidedly un-yuppie and vaguely reminiscent of a low-end supper club. The owner is a genuine jazz lover and the food, if you want it, is terrific. The street parking is easy.

If you are free, come and toast the beginning of summer. No reply necessary.

All the best!


Chicago Entertainment Czar Nick Novich, of Nick's Biergarden, Nick's in Uptown, The Flat-Iron & etc., likens the stylings of Miss Sullivan's alto voce to the legendary Blossom Deary. See for yourselves.

This Canary can sing!

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