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Ramona Collins Quartet April 25th

Ramona Collins was always destined to be a singer. Even though she was shy as a girl, her mother (Alice Collins Carter, a jazz pianist & singer) would take Ramona along to her gigs. That way, she kept the 16 year old safe and close by. But as a consequence she grew up in the music world and being exposed to jam sessions she developed a real appreciation for music and performers. Eventually she overcame her shyness and started to sing in public herself. She enjoyed the experience and it led on to a long career in the business, one she has enjoyed immensely. Along the way, she got to cut an iconic track that is still much admired by soul fans over 45 years after it was released.

Upcoming Jazz at a Glance


April 25-Ramona Collins Quartet (traditional jazz)

May 30-Marge's Bar Band (dixieland)

June 27-Dave Bennett Quartet (older and trad jazz)

July 25- "Jerry McKenzie Just Jazz" with Lori LeFevre (trad jazz) 


$10 donation – 7 to 10pm

 Plymouth-Ann Arbor Elks #325

41700 Ann Arbor Road

Plymouth, MI 48170        (734) 453-1780


Jazz concerts include hors d’oeuvres


Burger and fish nights are all ages