Christmas jazz? Be there with bells on

MAGNIFICENT: Teri Welles and Rob Harvey will take the stage with on Sunday, December 3.
MAGNIFICENT: Teri Welles and Rob Harvey will take the stage with on Sunday, December 3. Shane Andersen

RING in the holiday season with Jingle Bell Jazz, a jolly, jazzy afternoon of wine, food and song featuring songbird Teri Welles with her combo Jazzify, augmented with the talents of Rob Harvey and Lee Williams.

"We're as pleased as spiked punch that Lee and Rob can join us,” Ms Welles said.

"Both of these musicians are world-class and certainly two of our region's finest.

"Rob's sultry saxophone adds so much flavour to the day. He plays with great skill and sensitivity, his tasty improvisations around the melody would grace any global stage.”

Lee is a multi-talented singer, songwriter, guitarist, entertainer and humorist.

"Lee will add guitar and vocals to the day and even sing a few songs with me,” Ms Welles said.

"As well as playing a few holiday favourites, Jazzify has some great new songs in our repertoire and, as always, we'll be happy to take requests.”

So dress up in your holiday finery, bring your family and friends and have a dance, sing along, sample fine wine and enjoy the comfy, cosy atmosphere of Heritage's original tasting room.

If you haven't heard Rob or Lee yet, do yourself a favour and join them for an afternoon of musical merriment you won't soon forget.

Jingle Bell Jazz will take place on December 3 from noon to 4pm at Heritage Estate Wines, Granite Belt Dr, Cottonvale.

Bookings are preferred for catering numbers and to ensure a seat - phone 4685 2947 or 0449 192 580. Entry is $20 per person.

Patty and Howard are providing delicious lunch options. Wine, food, coffee and sweets will be available for purchase.

  • What: Live jazz music
  • Where: Heritage Estate Wines, Granite Belt Dr, Cottonvale
  • When: Sunday, December 3, noon to 4pm
  • Cost: $20pp

Topics:  christmas concert heritage estate wines jazz music jingle bell jazz live music

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