Paris Washboard Make Rare US Tour

Paris Washboard, the renowned French quartet, will be making its first US appearance in over two years, with four concerts in February in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. PW has been in existence for over 30 years, with the leader Daniel Barda (trombone) and clarinetist Alain Marquet having been with the band since its inception. The other members are Charles Prevost (washboard) and Phillippe Carment (piano). The group has recorded numerous CDs, including 11 for Stomp Off Records, based in York, PA.
Friday, Feb. 21: The Appell Center for the Performing Arts, York, PA, 7:30PM. Tickets at
Saturday, Feb. 22: Yocum Institute for the Arts, West Lawn (Reading), PA, 2PM. Tickets at
Saturday, Feb. 22: House concert, Lancaster, PA, 7PM. $20, includes dinner. Limit 30 guests. By reservation only at [email protected]
Sunday, Feb. 23: Tri-State Jazz Society, Haddonfield, NJ, 2PM. $20 at the door, $10 for members; no advance sales. Details at
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Bill Hoffman is a travel writer, an avid jazz fan and a supporter of musicians keeping traditional jazz alive in performance. He is the concert booker for the Tri-State Jazz Society in greater Philadelphia. Bill lives in Lancaster, PA. He is the author of Going Dutch: A Visitors Guide to the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, Unique and Unusual Places in the Mid-Atlantic Region, and The New York Bicycle Touring Guide. Bill lives in Lancaster, PA.

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