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Tillett Gardens has expanded its musical horizons in the past two years, and January will feature blues concerts with Paul Oscher.
Tillett started with its Classics in the Gardens series, produced by Arts Alive, in 1988. Until 1997 Arts Alive offered a four-concert classical music series featuring top young musicians from all over the world. For the past two years Tillett has added three non-classical concerts of jazz, blues and country.
Coming up in January is Blues Week, featuring Paul Oscher and his six-piece Chicago blues band, which includes harmonica, guitar, saxophone, drums and string bass.
The first concert will be at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13, in Tillett Gardens. Tickets are $25 for the concert only. A prix fixe dinner is available for $30, or $55 for the package. Dinner starts at 6 p.m. and diners remain in their seats for the concert. (This is the regular format for the concerts in Tillett Gardens.)
Additional dates, times and places for Paul Oscher are:
— Jan. 14 — St. John School of the Arts.
— Jan. 15 — a late night concert at Tillett Gardens, at 9 p.m., with a light Mexican food bar menu available.
— Jan. 16 — the Jolly Roger restaurant in Road Town, Tortola.
Paul is considered to be a musician's musician, so make plans to see him. For more information contact Tillett Gardens at 775-1929.

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