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Will Play for Food 

Those aren't homeless guys, they're a jazz group!

Saxophonist Dave Sterner worries that folks checking out his free downtown performance this afternoon might mistake his jazz trio for a bunch of bums. "Because we're outside, people think we're panhandling," he sighs. "That can make you feel a little unartistic."

The Dave Sterner Trio plays songs made famous by Duke Ellington and Frank Sinatra. Sterner will also test out some original tunes from his latest CD, What's What? "I make tapping-their-feet and bobbing-their-head kinda music," Sterner says.
Thu., Sept. 7, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

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