Trombone Mayhem

Brass gets chaotic at Hermann's, Thursday, Aug.4

  • Aug. 3, 2011 6:00 p.m.

Former Victoria Naden Band trombonist Jeff Agopsowicz, left, and M Award nominated Nick La Riviere will be playing Hermann's Thursday, August 4.

Get ready for the  triumphant return of former Victoria Naden Band trombonist Jeff Agopsowicz for one last showdown with Trombone Mayhem. This wild show will feature the talents of M Award nominated trombonist Nick La Riviere, alongside Hugh Fraser, Joey Smith, Jon Miller, and Neil Taylor. Expect original compositions and energetic arrangements in the first set. The second set will be a ’70s dance party. It’s all going down at Hermann’s, Thursday, Aug. 4. To reserve call 250-388-9166. M

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