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The Jost Project at Roop Hall, Albright College

Frank Lawrence uploaded this event on March 29, 2017


Roop Hall, Albright College
N. 13th and Bern Streets
Reading, PA


Wed, April 5, 2017
8:00 pm

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Paul Jost
voice / vocals
Tony Miceli
The Jost Project


Paul, Tony, and Kevin MacConnell make up the collective called the Jost Project initially formed by Tony and Kevin for the purpose of performing the rock music they grew up with in a jazz format. Tonight, guestDoug Hirlinger join Paul, Tony and Kevin in The Jost Project repertoire that includes rock/pop classics as “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” (Iron Butterfly), “What a Day For a Day Dream” (John Sebastian; Loving Spoonful); “Sunshine Superman” (Donovan); “Walk This Way” (Aerosmith); “Tennessee Waltz” (Rod Stewart and Pee Wee King); “Come Together” and “And I Love Her” (The Beatles); “Kashmir” (Led Zepellin); “Bridge Over Troubled Waters” (Simon and Garfunkel); “Maybe I’m Amazed” (Paul McCartney); and “Can’t Find My Way Home” (Blind Faith). Give a listen to “Can’t Find My Way Home”, and you’ll get a taste of the unique sound of The Jost Project and their exceptional artistry, originality and imagination. Paul’s vocals are so soulful that music journalist Buster Maxwell wrote, "He nearly single-handedly reclaims the male voice as a valid and critically important jazz instrument." Peter McLaren in Jazz in Europe reviewed Jost’s recording “Breaking Through” and said, “Paul Jost has shown that he is a force to be reckoned with and an artist that deserves to be seen on all great festival stages worldwide.”...

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