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Jazz on Tap flows at Trackside stage

From swing to pop, salsa and funk, festival expands the genre

Greaterkind, an organ-heavy fusion group talks as one member sits on a teal colored car.
Greaterkind, an organ-heavy fusion group from Portland, will close out the second annual Jazz on Tap festival Saturday, June 24, on the Kulshan Trackside stage. Hot Tomatoes, trumpeter Pace Rubadeau and his group, Triple Mood, Message Received, and Elere are also on the lineup. (Photo courtesy of Greaterkind)
By Jesse Stanton CDN Contributor
For the second year in a row, Kulshan’s Trackside stage is playing host to the freewheeling festiv
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