Jerry Gonzalez & The Fort Apache Band Plus Omar Sosa
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The last date listed for Jerry Gonzalez & The Fort Apache Band Plus Omar Sosa was Friday March 9, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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Northern California's largest annual AIDS benefit concert and gala Help Is on the Way celebrates its 20th anniversary with a night full of stars from TV, film, Broadway and beyond. Benefiting the AIDS Legal Referral Panel, Aguilas, Positive Resource Center and the Abzyme Research Foundation, this star-studded variety show features Florence Henderson (The Brady Bunch), Richard Chamberlain (The Thorn Birds, Shogun), Broadway and recording star Maureen McGovern (Little Women), Jason Brock (The X-Factor), cabaret singer Paula West, Lisa Vroman (Broadway's The Phantom of the Opera), cast members from Motown: The Musical and many more. It promises to be a night of song, dance, laughs and heart, all for an important cause. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
“[Fort Apache is] the best Latin jazz group working.” —__Th_e New York Times_
Anchored by brothers Jerry (trumpet) and Andy (bass), the Fort Apache Band “deliver[s] the Latin-inflected jazz gospel truth with sparkling radiance and explosive rhythmic flash” (The New York Times_). Cuban-born pianist Omar Sosa has “a ferocious flair for rhythm and a keen musical wit” (_The New York Times).
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