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Rolling Stones' Chuck Leavell to headline River Jam on May 17

Chuck Leavell, the keyboard player for the Rolling Stones, will headline the free River Jam at the Riverfront Amphitheater on Saturday, May 17. Other performers are Atlanta jazz artist Reggie Hines; Rosco Bandana, a highlight of the 2013 River Jam; and the AJ Ghent Band, a Southern soul band led by lap steel guitarist AJ Ghent.

Leavell has been a member of the Rolling Stones live band since 1982 and became the full-time keyboard player in 1985 for the band following the death Ian Stewart. Leavell has played on every Rolling Stones album since ‘Some Girls’ (1978). Chuck Leavell is a former member of the Allman Brothers, including playing on their classic 1972 album “Brothers and Sisters,” featuring “Jessica” and “Ramblin’ Man.”

Chuck has also recorded with The Black Crowes (“Shake Your Money Maker”), Eric Clapton (“Unplugged” and “24 Nights”) and John Mayer (“Born & Raised”). Leavell has also recorded five solo albums, including “Back to the Woods,” a tribute to the pioneers of blues piano.

River Jam is presented by the Alabama Roots Music Society. Save the date and plan to be a part of a great event!

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April Arts and Jazz Jam to feature Troy musicians

The Troy University Jazz Band will be the featured guests at the April Arts and Jazz Jam. Join area musicians at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts for an afternoon of jazz. Growing in popularity, the free ARMS Arts and Jazz series at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts is drawing more and more for this afternoon of music in a great setting.

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