Jazz at the Station will present BBX in a free, all-ages concert IN A NEW, ONE-TIME* location: on the Junction Movie Plaza between Brixton’s and Sonora Grill, 11 September, 7-8 pm. The Bill Bitner Experiment is known for extremely danceable funky jazz. Bill Bitner, a retired marketing instructor, is now owner of Morning Star Audio/Video in Clinton. He also has forty years’ experience as a musician, playing trombone, keyboard, trumpet, drums, bass, guitar, and also as a vocalist. BBX is his current project, bringing together local musicians from a variety of styles to play a variety of styles. For Jazz at the Station this month, expect the one-hour set to be Funky Jazz. You can dance, too. *This year, Union Station has scheduled a conference that takes up all space, equipment, and personnel on the second Wednesday. Ogden Downtown Alliance offered timely advice about the performance space across from Junction Movie Theater. Successful regular concerts have been held there for several summers. There are some chairs on the plaza. Grass would be good for blanket. Outside dining tables are available at the restaurants. Children are welcome as long as they do not disturb the performers or other audience members. Come early to get your favorite seat on the Plaza. Jazz at the Station often performs for standing-room-only audiences. Jazz at the Station is sponsored by the Union Station Foundation, WSU Alumni Jazz, and grants from R.A.M.P., and Ogden City Arts. They are also sustained by donations from their monthly jazz audiences.
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