Roman Street, the Gulf Coast's Billboard Charting Latin Jazz Artist, is live in concert with special guests performing their album, Christmas Rhumba, and more.
Set in the acoustically sound and historic courtyard of the Malaga Inn, this concert will benefit the children at St. Mary's Home.
Dan Brett--drums and percussion
Melody Duncan--violin, vocals
Chris Duncan--piano, guitar, vocals
Roman Street's Christmas Project, 'Christmas Rhumba', will be celebrating it's first anniversary of release and has been enjoyed by thousands since Dec. 2011.
Christopher and Melody Duncan, a fantastic brother/sister acoustic group from Mobile, will open the evening at 6pm. The Bar opens at 5pm with libations available from the Malaga Inn. Jubilee Kitchens will be selling Gumbo to benefit St. Mary's Home as well.
The Inn is also offering discounted room rates for those who would like to stay after the concert----no need to drive home! Just mention the Roman Street Concert.
The event takes place tonight (Friday, December 7th) at 7pm.
Tickets can be purchased at the door or at:
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