What DO you wear?

 Marilyn’s first night out in her wedding dress was a bittersweet event. The wedding was beautiful, the groom handsome, the parents proud, but the date was terrible. Just 4 days after the tragedy of 9/11 Marilyn was set to say her vows and start her romantic journey. Despite the sadness in the air, guest rejoiced in a family celebration. Maybe even more so against such a backdrop of heartache. As we come to another anniversary of 9/11 we also come to another anniversary for Marilyn and Frazier. This year though, their anniversary date is also the date of the Lime Kiln Theater show for Chaise Lounge. SO the real question is this?

What DO you wear to a show on your wedding anniversary?

Whatever Marilyn decides, the most important thing is that you come to enjoy the show and help Marilyn celebrate as well:

Chaise Lounge at 8pm

9/15/12

Theater at Lime Kiln

Tickets: 27.50

Contact Info
540-463-7088
607 Borden Rd
Lexington, VA 24450
Theater at Lime Kiln | 101.5 The Music PlaceAbout When you visit Lime Kiln Theater, you will experience unique Virginia entertainment. Treat yourself, your family and friends to theater in the outdoors, even in inclement weather. Located in historic Lexington, Virginia,Theater at Lime Kiln provides a venue for classic theater, exciting Virginia concerts and live entertainment.

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What I did on My summer Vacation Series: Mz. Marilyn

 

 

My Summer began with a cold and windy weekend at Dewey Beach. There was no tanning or body surfing but I cleaned up at the arcade and have the stuffed lemurs to prove it. In an effort to reclaim my glory days, I started a Mother/Daughter basketball league with my 9 year old, Savannah. (We are currently looking into the legality of naming our team the Pittsburgh Stealers). Charlie and I have been in the studio working on our first Fablers album and putting down a few Chaise Lounge tunes as well. But the highlight of this sticky, hot season is that my mother is getting married!  The matching apparel is almost complete and we are heading to CA to share the big day.  I have even dusted off my guitar so sister Sue and I can share one of our favorite Charlie Barnett songs with the happy couple.

See you all at the next show!

Marilyn

Insomnia hits top 40 on Night Train KMUW 89.1, Wichita

Chaise Lounge is still hitting the Jazz Charts!

NIGHT TRAIN

Nightly on KMUW FM 89.1, Wichita – Ranked Top 20 nationally AQH Share/Top 30 Cume Rating

Jazzweek and Roots Music Report Jazz Chart Reporter

Chris Heim – Host/Producer

More information at: http://www.kmuw.org/index.php/programs/night_train/

 


NIGHT TRAIN JULY TOP 40

  1. Curtis Fuller – Down Home (Capri)
  2. Kate McGarry – Girl Talk (Palmetto)
  3. Jazz Soul Seven – Impressions of Curtis Mayfield (BFM Jazz)
  4. Virginia Mayhew Quartet – Mary Lou Williams: The Next 100 Years (Renma)
  5. Duke Ellington Legacy – Single Petal of A Rose (Renma)
  6. Bela Fleck and the Marcus Roberts Trio – Across the Imaginary Divide (Rounder)
  7. Shawnn Monteiro – To Carmen with Love (Whaling City Sound)
  8. David Liebman/Nancy Reed – Neighbors (VectorDisc)
  9. Eric Reed – The Baddest Monk (Savant)
  10. Halie Loren – Heart First (Justin Time)
  11. Brad Mehldau – Ode (Nonesuch)
  12. Brazilian Trio – Conselacao (Motema)
  13. John Brown – Quiet Time (Brown Boulevard)
  14. Stacey Kent – Dreamer in Concert (Blue Note)
  15. Steve Kuhn – Wisteria (ECM)
  16. Chris Hazelton Trio – Peregrination (Artists Recording Collective)
  17. Florian Hoefner Group – Songs Without Words (OA2)
  18. Stephanie Nakasian  & the Harris Simon Trio – Show Me The Way (Capri)
  19. Scott Cossu – Jazz, Boogie and Deja Blues (Summit)
  20. Pat Metheny – Unity Band (Nonesuch)
  21. Cory Weeds – Up A Step (Cellar Live)
  22. Mike Freeman ZonaVibe – The Vibesman (VOF)
  23. Jessica Williams – Songs of Earth (Origin)
  24. Tessa Souter – Beyond the Blue (Motema)
  25. Joe Chambers – Moving Pictures Orchestra (Savant)
  26. Three Voices – Transitions (Summit)
  27. Joe Locke/Geoffrey Keezer Group – Signing (Motema)
  28. Tony Monaco – Celebration (Chicken Coop)
  29. Mary Stallings – Don’t Look Back (High Note)
  30. Dirty Dozen Brass Band – Twenty Dozen (Savoy Jazz)
  31. Eddie Gomez – Per Sempre (BFM Jazz)
  32. Carol Saboya – Belezas (AAM)
  33. Grant Geissman – Bop! Bang! Boom! (Futurism)
  34. Kenny Garrett – Seeds from the Underground (Mack Avenue)
  35. Bria Skonberg – So Is The Day (Random Act)
  36. Nick Moran Trio – No time Like Now (Manor Sound)
  37. Chaise Lounge – Insomnia (Modern Songbook)
  38. Larry Willis – This Time The Dream’s On Me (High Note)
  39. Arturo Sandoval – Dear Diz (Concord)
  40. David Reinhardt Trio – Colombe (Cristal)