Jazz performance review #2

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Noah Traisman Performance Review #2 Jazz History 4/8/08 Sullivan’s Round 2 On the evening of Tuesday, April 8 th at approximately seven o’clock me and a group of classmates decided to conduct our second performance review at Sullivan’s Steak House on Cambell and River. Sullivan’s is known for their live Jazz performances in the bar area and we were not disappointed. That is, not disappointed by the performance; we were somewhat disappointed that the duo we reviewed had no stage name. Despite lacking a catchy, clever, or witty pseudonym typical of most performing arts groups, the duo of Rob Resetar and Bobby Elios proved entertaining and talented. Rob Resetar is a pianist and Bobby Elios is a Bassist. Rob Resetar was an amazing pianist despite needing to take frequent breaks in order to relax and rest his bad back. At one point he even needed to rest in his car because the barstools at Sullivan’s did not offer adequate back support. The first song performed by Rob Resetar and Bobby Elios was entitled “Marnix”.
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course MUSIC 231 taught by Professor Klepek during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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