Annie and the Fur Trappers is dedicated to performing and preserving the music of the 1920s and ‘30s. The band plays traditional jazz, Delta blues, ragtime, and swing. It has performed nationally at music festivals everywhere. On Sunday, March 5, the group makes its Tri-State Jazz Society debut at Haddonfield United Methodist Church,
The society recommends that guests wear masks, based on personal preference, to attend the indoor concert or consider seeing the concert remotely on a live webcast of the society’s YouTube channel.
The 2 p.m. concert is funded in part by the Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.
Member admission is $10, general admission $20. Start a new, first-time society annual membership at $20 and get free admission to this concert. The price is not applicable to renewals. Full-time students with ID or children accompanied by an adult are free.
Haddonfield United Methodist Church is located at 29 Warwick Road. The Fur Trappers performance can also be viewed online at no charge, though donations will be accepted. Visit https://tristatejazz.org/donationsOther upcoming Tri-State Jazz Society performances include:
April 16, 2023: The return of duo pianists Stephanie Trick and Paolo Alderighi in Wallingford, Pennsylvania.
May 7, 2023: Miss Maybell and the Jazz Age Artists quintet in Haddonfield. Also will be webcast live on YouTube.
For all concert details or other information, visit the Tri-State website at https://tristatejazz.org.