By Punch Preview Correspondent Whitney Stringer
This Sunday, November 13, wind down your weekend with Bohemian Caverns as they welcome renowned jazz drummerErnest “EC3″ Coleman. Coleman receives his credits from performing in shows like Guys & Dolls, Ain’t Misbehavin and on tour with the Bourbon Street Review. Most notably, he has played with jazz legends including bassist Al McKibbon, and Frank Sinatra’s pianist and conductor, Vincent Falcone. His show promises to bring high energy latin beats and a drum solo that’s sure to amaze.
Coleman come to the nation’s capitol as part of his tour for “Her Eyes at Sunset,” Â his sophomore CD project. Tickets are available at the Bohemian Caverns website for $15 in advance and $18 at the door. ernestcoleman.com
**Punch Preview Correspondent Whitney Stringer also covers fashion for the Punch as Pret-a-Porter.Â Sheâ€™s a PR pro by day and style focused Penn State grad by day and night. firstname.lastname@example.org**
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