Rhythm in Blue, the dynamic jazz ensemble of the United States Air Force Heritage of America Band, will perform a free, public concert at South Columbus High School tonight.
Starting at 7 p.m., the 90-minute performance will feature 15 talented musicians presenting exciting and uplifting music to inspire patriotism and tell the Air Force story.
Sponsors for the event include Tabor-Loris Tribune, South Columbus High and the Columbus County Schools.
Rhythm in Blue “takes great pride in preserving America’s uniquely original art form, recruiting a new generation of listeners, and representing all Airmen,” a USAF website says. “From formal concerts in grand auditoriums to casual shows in the park, Rhythm in Blue is in constant demand traveling throughout the Eastern United States, performing for diverse audiences from Maine to South Carolina.
“The high level of talent showcased by each member of Rhythm in Blue enables the group to perform with unparalleled excitement and versatility. With their extensive repertoire highlighting instrumental and vocal soloists, Rhythm in Blue makes lasting connections with audiences of all ages.
“Rhythm in Blue honors our American military veterans for their selfless sacrifice at every performance, and shares the message of excellence, courage and commitment displayed every day by the brave men and women of the United States Air Force, serving throughout the world.