The members of the jazz group, The Jazzalachians, perform during the Art Brigade's first Jazz Night in Williamson on Tuesday evening. Jim Pajarillo, who coordinated the event held at Starter's Sports Bar and Grill, said the it was very successful and exceeded expectations. He said the restaurant was filled during the first set, however, the audience began to wane during the second set. Plans are already underway for a second Jazz Night to be held next month.
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