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SAX CYMBALS PLAYING FRIDAY IN PALM PASSAGE

There'll be mellow and melodious live jazz in Palm Plaza Friday night as the Sax Cymbals makes its first appearance of the year at Club Ryno, beginning at 7 p.m.
"We're looking forward to returning to Palm Passage, a great setting for our kind of music," trio leader Rusty Vellek says.
At least to start, the trio — which sometimes has four or five members — will comprise just three for this gig: Vellek on sax, Rhett Simmonds on bass and Dean Prince on percussion. "But we've also invited some friends to sit in," Vellek says, "so expect a few surprises!"
Happy hour at Club Ryno, with 2-for-1 drink prices, runs from 4 to 9 p.m. There's a full dinner menu.

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There'll be mellow and melodious live jazz in Palm Plaza Friday night as the Sax Cymbals makes its first appearance of the year at Club Ryno, beginning at 7 p.m.
"We're looking forward to returning to Palm Passage, a great setting for our kind of music," trio leader Rusty Vellek says.
At least to start, the trio -- which sometimes has four or five members -- will comprise just three for this gig: Vellek on sax, Rhett Simmonds on bass and Dean Prince on percussion. "But we've also invited some friends to sit in," Vellek says, "so expect a few surprises!"
Happy hour at Club Ryno, with 2-for-1 drink prices, runs from 4 to 9 p.m. There's a full dinner menu.