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sisters of swing ukes medThe Depot in collaboration with Jazz in June will feature The Sisters of Swing Holiday Jazz Concert at 7:00 pm on December 13.  Now an annual tradition at The Depot, 200 South Jones Ave., good times will be had by all at this light hearted musical holiday celebration. Tickets are $15.  Light refreshments will be served.

The Sisters of Swing features Mary Reynolds (bass, guitar, vocals), Louise Goldberg (piano, accordion, vocals), Elyse Angelo (drums), Mary Freeh (vocals), Joanne Trombley (vocals), Christine Freeh (vocals), and Rosalind Cravens (vocals.)

According to Mary Reynolds, the members of this musical collective have “always enjoyed singing Christmas music: ancient and beautiful, modern and fun, some of it just plain silly. We just concentrate on giving our audience a fun time” with “as much good will toward men -- and women -- that we can possibly generate! We’ll do numbers from the swing era, the rock and roll years, and ancient times.” Mary Freeh and Mary Reynolds arrange all the music.

For the past several years, The Sisters of Swing have collected food donations for The Mission, an outreach to the needy of the Norman area. The group encourages  those who would like to bring non-perishable food items for the Mission to do so. The group will deliver them. 

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Winter Wind Concerts are a program of The Depot made possible in part by grants from the Norman Arts Council, the Oklahoma Arts Council and by sponsors Tom McAuliffe of Don Cies Real Estate and Cindy Merrick of Therapy in Motion. Additional support comes from contributors Skye Diers, Gingerbread Nursery School and Tom & Mary Cay Woodfin; Friends include Nancy McClellan; Danna Primm; and The Grider Family. In-kind support comes from the City of Norman, The Montford Inn and Norman Music Institute.

Jazz in June is supported, in major part, by grants and donations from: Festival Underwriters – Oklahoma Arts Council, The Chickasaw Nation, Norman Arts Council; Festival Funders – The Friends of Jazz in June, Brookhaven Village, Republic Bank & Trust; Major Funders – Kirkpatrick Family Fund, Arnall Family Foundation, KGOU Public Radio, MidFirst Bank, Allied Arts, Embassy Suites of Norman and Chuck & Gina Thompson.