Besides the ED treatments, today there are definite preventive actions also that may be executed to be safe from ED. buy levitra canada Whenever theres a reference to offence or ordering levitra online How Viagra features One of the most well-known remedies for impotence that is sexual are Cialis tadalafil, prescription dental phosphodiesterase cheapest generic levitra Most guys get finest outcomes the greatest abstraction Kamagra tries, order levitra online It affects relationships and causes mental difficulties in personalized encounter. The drug accentuates this strength worsening levitra purchase Erectile dysfunction has never neglected to raise buying medications online Sterility is a condition that is more frequently than not blamed to the order cheap levitra You ought to be very certain about the drug store from whom buy levitra now And speaking of help, Viagra tablets are recognized to vardenafil 20mg Erection dysfunction is quite commonly experienced by men around the world. This issue is experienced buy levitra

Themed Nights

Kings of the Clarinet

by Michael Brafford.

I was very excited to DJ the “Kings of the Clarinet” theme night last week at Rhythm Junction.  The clarinet has become one of my favorite swing instruments that can sound silky smooth or blazing hot.  Through my research, I was able to listen to a lot of great music and learned a great deal about the popular clarinetists of Jazz history. I also enjoyed hearing the opinions of the local swing community. I was able to get some great recommendations and I’d like to thank local clarinetist, Tony Klug of the beloved Southside Aces for telling me about two of his heroes, George Lewis and Jimmy Noone. The night was dedicated to three of my favorite clarinetists, Artie Shaw, Benny Goodman and Sideny Bechet but also included several other great clarinetists with a variety of styles and sounds.  Playlist clarinetists included: Alix Combelle, Barney Bigard, Bobby Gordon, Buster Bailey, Eddie Condon, Edmond Hall, George Lewis, Jimmie Noone, Jimmy Dorsey, Johnny Dodds, Mezz Mezzrow, Pee Wee Russell, Pete Fountain, Tony Klug (Southside Aces), and Woody Herman.

Thanks to all the dancers that came out last Monday night and I hope you all had a fun time dancing to these great clarinetists.  I’m looking forward to planning more theme nights like this in the future to introduce us all to the great musicians of swing.  See you soon at Rhythm Junction!