Oakland City Center Swings into Spring with Stompy Jones

Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — Oakland City Center will be holding a Swing into Spring concert with Stompy Jones on Wednesday, April 18 from noon to 1 p.m. at the Oakland City Center Plaza Stage. The Oakland City Center is Oakland’s authority on finding office space, business properties and seeking out the best places to dine via a thorough restaurant guide. This event is part of the City Center’s monthly concert, running from January to May, which is open to the public free of charge.

This rhythm and blues dance band will bring back the sound and feel of the ‘40s, and attendees will hear what music sounded like at the beginning of a little something called Rock 'n Roll. The small group band will entice with shuffle drumming, bounce piano and arpeggio bass lines. So anyone who is feeling bluesy should swing on out to the Oakland City Center Plaza Square and don’t forget those dancing shoes. It should be made a day of it, with picnic food and blankets to snuggle down with that certain someone, while enjoying the sweet sounds of a bygone era.

Stompy Jones says of the sound he will bring, "I have endeavored to recreate these historic ‘40s sounds, as well as combine vintage elements with a contemporary sensibility, to craft the solid sound of Stompy Jones."

For more information, please call 510-698-1017 or go online at http://www.oaklandcitycenter.com. Oakland City Center is located at 500 12th St. in Oakland.

About Oakland City Center

An ideal location with easy access to area freeways and BART, coupled with the right mix of dining, retail and essential business amenities makes Oakland City Center the premier address for office space, and business properties in the East Bay. Offering numerous amenities and unbeatable convenience, Oakland City Center is a prime choice for tenants who want to be in the center of it all. This award-winning office and retail development combines a landscaped pedestrian plaza surrounded by quality retail shopping and also works as a restaurant guide to all the best places the tenants could eat.


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