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Tusten Theatre Spring Concert Series featuring jazz, blues and pop

Gypsy Jazz Quintet
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May 1, 2013

NARROWSBURG, NY — Delaware Valley Arts Alliance recently announced the lineup for its Tusten Theatre Spring Series. All concerts are held at the Tusten Theatre at 8 p.m.

The Gypsy Jazz Quintet will perform on Saturday, May 4. They were formed in 2006 as a musical tribute to the 1930’s “hotclub” jazz.

Organized by guitarist/music arranger, John Curtin, band members also include Vice Marrone, guitar; Bob Wilson, bass; Nick Driscoll, clarinet; and Mark Woodyatt, violin. Admission is $22.

Husband-wife musical duo Stacey Earle and Mark Stuart bring acoustic guitar interplay, autobiographical songwriting, harmonies and humorous storytelling on Saturday, May 11.

Based out of Tennessee, Earle and Stuart draw from blues, pop, country, rock and more. Admission is $22.

David Driver closes the spring season on Saturday, June 1 with a musical event titled “On the Twentieth Century,” accompanied by an orchestral pop band that combines beats and electronica with woodwind and brass instrumentation.

Driver will be joined by special guest singer Blythe Gruda and a host of musical talent that includes Peter Kiesewalter, Ian Pai, Jeff Turlik and other surprise guests. Admission is $25.

Reservations can be made by calling 845/252-7272.