The Green McAdoo Cultural Organization will be hosting its first Jazz on the Hill concert series on Saturday, July 1. The group performing will be Brian Clay and Friends.
The event is open to the public, and you can bring your families, blankets, and lawn chairs, a press release said. Performance times will be 5:30-8:30 p.m.
It’s a free event, and vendors will be available for food and drink purchases, the press release said.
Jazz on the Hill will be held outside of the Green McAdoo Cultural Center at 101 School Street in Clinton.
Brian Clay was born in Chicago. He grew up in Atlanta and has been a principal player in Atlanta jazz for years, a scene that boost some of the best musicians in the country, the press release said. He has shared the stage as an opening act or supporting player for jazz legends including George Duke, David Sanborn, Stanley Clark, and Gato Barbieri, as well as contemporary jazz all-stars like Norman Brown, Gerald Albright, The Rippingtons, Rick Braun, Kirk Whalum, and Euge Groove.