Please join the Goshen Farm Preservation Society and The Jazz Perpetrators for an afternoon of wine, food and song! This year’s  annual Wine Tasting and Silent Auction will be held on Saturday, August 19, from 4 to 7 p.m. at 1504 Stacey Lane, Annapolis, MD 21409. Free parking for the event will be available behind Bay Area Insurance (818 E. College Parkway, Annapolis, MD 21409).

In addition to spirits, attendees will enjoy a variety of tasty treats provided by Chef Art Lewis, an amazing array of silent auction items, and music by the “low volume/high spirits” Jazz Perpetrators.  A $20 donation (tax deductible!) will get you through the gate, with all proceeds going to support Historic Goshen Farm.

So we hope to see you all on Saturday and we’ll try to remember to sip our wine from the proper glass!

More info about Goshen Farm can be found here.

 

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This Friday, August 11, marks the final installment of the Jazz Perpetrators’ monthly residency at the John Barry Pub in the O’Callaghan Hotel in Annapolis. The hotel has recently been sold and will be closing in the fall for renovations. As usual, the fun will start at 7:30 and go to 11-ish.

The Perps have enjoyed their extended run at the Pub and would like to say for the record that they had nothing to do with any of the damage done to Room 310 and that no one in the band even owns a chain saw or flare gun. It must have been Keith Moon and/or Elvis Presley, both of whom suspiciously continue to remain mum about their whereabouts on the date of the incident.

The pub is at street level in the O’Callaghan Hotel located at 174 West Street near downtown Annapolis. The hotel is just a short stroll along West Street from Church Circle, and if you’re driving, take advantage of the free valet parking in the hotel’s private lot.

Look for the Perps soon at other neighboring locales; until then, we’ll see you Friday!

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Staying Cool with the Perps

Posted: July 10, 2017 in Uncategorized

The Jazz Perpetrators were faced with a choice: pay their musical debt to society either by picking up trash along the highway in the heat of the day or by playing jazz in the cool of the evening. Taking the advice of their entertainment lawyer, the band opted for the latter option while retaining the option to heat things up over the course of the evening.

The Perps will make their monthly appearance at the John Barry Pub this Friday, July 14. The fun starts at 7:30 and goes to 11pm or whenever their parole officer shows up. Once again their special vocalist Sterling Dorn will make with the singin’ & the dancin’ & the swingin’ & the swayin’ as he adds his special touch to the band’s entertaining blend of jazz classics and smooth R&B.

The pub is at street level in the O’Callaghan Hotel located at 174 West Street near downtown Annapolis. The hotel is just a short stroll along West Street from Church Circle, and if you’re driving, take advantage of the free valet parking in the hotel’s private lot.

Stay cool and see you Friday!

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June Jazz with The Perps

Posted: June 7, 2017 in Latest News

One day it’s summer, the next day it’s not. But even if you can’t count on the weather, you can always count on the Jazz Perpetrators to get your toes tapping and your head bobbing with some smooth sounds. This Friday, June 9, the Perps will perform at the John Barry Pub in Annapolis, delivering their patented “high spirits/low volume” music to get your weekend off to the right start.

The fun starts at 7:30 and goes to 11pm or whenever. Come check out their special guest vocalist Sterling Dorn who will get you in a happy mood as he adds his special touch to the band’s entertaining blend of jazz classics and smooth R&B.

The hotel and pub are located at 174 West Street, just a few blocks west of Church Circle near downtown Annapolis. And don’t worry about parking; the restaurant offers free valet parking in the hotel’s private lot.

See you Friday!

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The Perps continue their monthly musical merry making this Friday night, May 12, at the John Barry pub, located in the O’Callaghan Hotel in Annapolis. The Perps will deliver three hours of their “high spirits/low volume” thing beginning at 7:30.

The Perps, along with their special vocalist Sterling Dorn, make it easy to sit back and relax to their entertaining blend of jazz classics and smooth R&B. It’s the perfect way to unwind and start your weekend.

The hotel and pub are located at 174 West Street, just a few blocks west of Church Circle near downtown Annapolis. And no need to call Uber; the restaurant offers free valet parking in the rear.

See you Friday!

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The Perps at Homestead Gardens in March (photo credit Jim LaPier, IMPACT Designs)

The Perps will shift their merry-making evening in Annapolis from Sunday to Friday night, beginning this Friday, April 14. Come on out and get all swingy-dingy with the Perps on their new night as they do their “high spirits/low volume” thing on the second Friday of every month, April through August.

Once again the scene of the musical crime will be the John Barry restaurant and pub, located in the O’Callaghan Hotel in Annapolis. It’s the perfect spot to sit back and relax or hop up and dance to the Perps and their special vocalist Sterling Dorn, aka Mister Smooth.

The hotel and pub are located at 174 West Street, just a few blocks west of Church Circle near downtown Annapolis. And no need to worry about parking, the restaurant offers free valet parking in the rear.

See you on Friday!

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The Perps will be jazzing up the latest edition of the Goshen Farm Java & Jazz fund raiser this Sunday, March 12. The event will take place at the Cape St. Claire Clubhouse, 1223 River Bay Road, in Cape St. Claire/Annapolis 21409 and will run from 3 to 5 pm.  Attendees will enjoy a wide selection of goodies and hot & cold beverages, along with the Perps’ patented “high spirits, low volume” musical entertainment.

New this year at the event: “Specialty” Coffees for sale – two specialty “Farm House” coffee drinks made with locally sourced ingredients. The first, Farmhouse Moonshine Coffee, has Lyon’s Corn Whiskey, Bar Keep lavender organic bitters, with coffee and chicory topped with whipped honey-sweetened cream. The second, Plowman’s Tonic, has Lyons Dark Rum, Godiva Chocolate (no local source for chocolate liqueur), muddled mint leaf, and whipped honey-sweetened cream. Both will be available for $5.00 each.

All proceeds and donations go to support the historic Goshen Farm preservation project, so come on out for a relaxing afternoon of good food and music to support a good cause.  Admission is free but donations are welcome!

For more info on Goshen Farm, click here.