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DivaNation Salon At 7165 Lounge

Diva Nation Salon2The DivaNation Salon Series Continues

Saturday, July 11th 2015 at 4pm

7165 Lounge
7165 Germantown Avenue

Philadelphia PA 19119

Tickets: $15, $10 Students & Seniors

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This concert will feature DivaNation vocalists:

▪ Barbara Montgomery
▪ Carol Harris
▪ Saudah Al-Akbar



The music director for the evening is Mr. Aaron Graves who was the inspiration behind the start of DivaNation. A blend of old and new jazz idioms, this will be a concert you will not want to miss. 7165 Lounge is located at 7165 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia Pa 19119. You may purchase tickets at the door for $15 or $10 for students and seniors.


Aaron Graves

Tickets: $15, $10 Students & Seniors

Buy Tickets Here

DivaNation is a sisterhood of singers connected to jazz of the past and future, founded with support of the Philadelphia Jazz Project, who strive towards growth, musical excellence, and success as individual performers and as a collective. DivaNation is recruiting new members for its exciting 2015 workshop and salon series.

Find out more about DivaNation Here.



Call 267 475-9130 or divanationphilly@gmail.com or find us on the FB group DivaNation or call 617 792 6376


DivaNation is sponsored by the Philadelphia Jazz Project and is committed to the performance, education and preparation for women in jazz in the Philadelphia and surrounding communities."


Philadelphia Jazz Project is a sponsored project of the Painted Bride Art Center, with funding provided by The Wyncote Foundation.


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