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Vocalist and entertainer Shirley Chauvin is the featured guest at January's America's Art Form concert, "A Tribute to the Great Vocalists," from 6-7:30 p.m. Friday in Garland County Library's Gordonelle Williams Auditorium. The concert is free and will feature David Higginbotham on bass, Paul Stivitts on drums and Clyde Pound on keyboards.

The evening's performance will ask the tough question, "Who are the best singers of all time?" Chauvin will sing songs made popular by some of the greatest vocalists, a list that spans decades of artists from all genres of music.

Each of the America's Art Form concerts are presented free by the Hot Springs Jazz Society and the Garland Country Library once a month from October through February. The final AAF concert on Feb. 14 will be "Celebration, Past, Present & Future."

Call 627-2425 or email HSJazzSociety@gmail.com for more information.

The Hot Springs Jazz Society is a nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated to perpetuating, promoting and preserving jazz music, an original American art form. The society is funded in part by the Arkansas Arts Council, Hot Springs Advertising and Promotion Commission, Morris Foundation, The Hot Springs Community Foundation and Elisabeth Wagner Foundation, along with numerous other corporate and private sponsors.

Entertainment on 01/08/2018

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