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Illiana Club of Traditional Jazz
Webmaster: Debbie Heer dmheer@gmail.com
ICTJ,2557 W. 116th St., Chicago, IL 60655
Illiana Jazz Club Media Sponsor  
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630 942-4200 
                                           





All concerts at:THE GLENDORA HOUSE    2-5:00 pm  Prices will vary according to the band
102nd and Harlem, Chicago Ridge, IL                     Students with ID - free admission                  
INFORMATION:    www.illianajazz.com                   To reserve tickets up to the day prior to concert, 
call Herta: 708 672-3561, email Debbie dmheer@gmail.com  or write to 2557 W. 116th St., Chicago, IL 60655

Send for Concert Tickets to
ICTJ, 
2557 W. 116th St.,
 Chicago, IL 60655
Prices for these concerts:
$18 in advance/ $20 at the door

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Reminder  Renewal of annual dues  for  2017 
$20 single and $25 family 

2017 Illiana Jazz Monthly Concerts

July 16- Ann Stewart and the 
            Banjo  Buddies

August 20-Petra's Recession Seven

September 17- John Bany Quintet

October 22 - Main Stem Orchestra

November 5-Red Rose Ragtime Band 

December 10 - Illiana Jazz Christmas Dinner Dance with the Fat  Babies





August 20, 2017 2-5 PM

PETRA'S RECESSION SEVEN











Petra van Nuis - vocals  
Kim Cusack - clarinet Art Davis - trumpet  
Russ Phillips - trombone
Andy Brown - guitar Dan DeLorenzo - bass
Bob Rummage - drums

PETRA’S RECESSION SEVEN is a seven piece jazz band formed by vocalist Petra van Nuis during the Great Recession of 2008. When the recession hit and venues began downsizing to smaller groups, slashing pay, and/or cutting live music altogether, things looked grim. Somehow, despite the financial situation, Petra decided to think big. She assembled the fantastic all-star line-up of internationally known Chicago veterans and the band was born at a debut performance at the Green Mill