Curtis Fuller to headline Five Points Jazz Fest

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While this year's line-up for the the 8th Annual Five Points Jazz Festival is still being solidified and won't be announced until April, we do know legendary trombonist Curtis Fuller will headlines this year's fest, which is Saturday, May 21 at venues along Welton Street in historic Five Points. Fuller, who played on John Coltrane's landmark album Blue Train, will be performing with local tenor player Keith Oxman. This year's festival, which is put on by the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs and the Five Points community, should feature around fifteen acts. For more information, visit the festival's website or its Facebook page.

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