|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Dec 06, 2014
|John Pizzarelli||Frederick, MD|
The Weinberg Center For The Arts
Feb 14, 2015
|John Pizzarelli & Jane Monheit||Rockville, MD|
Music Center At Strathmore
Mar 20, 2015
|Ramsey Lewis & John Pizzarelli||Cerritos, CA|
Mar 28, 2015
|John Pizzarelli||Greenvale, NY|
Tilles Center For The Performing Arts - Concert Hall
May 03, 2015
|Ramsey Lewis & John Pizzarelli||Morgantown, WV|
Lyell B Clay Concert Theatre - WVU
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