Your favorite ‘60s and ‘70s tunes will be jazzed up when TJP performs during the Cape May Jazz Vespers concert series 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 19.
Formerly known as the The Jost Project, the group creates jazz arrangements of songs by artists such as The Beatles, Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin and more. The group, which has performed all over the region and even internationally, is comprised of vocalist Paul Jost, vibraphonist Tony Miceli, bassist Kevin MacConnell, electronic valve instrument player John Swana and drummer Doug Hirlinger.
The group will be performing pieces from their latest album, “Peace and Love.” The CD features jazzy versions of “America” by Simon & Garfunkel, “Put a Little Love in Your Heart” by Jackie DeShannon, and “America the Beautiful,” among other well-known songs.
The Cape May Jazz Vespers will host their series at the First Presbyterian church of Cape May, located at 500 Hughes St. Admission is a minimum $10 donation. For more information, go to CapeMayJazzVespers.com or TheJostProject.com.