All that jazz

Alto saxophone player Issac Hanson
With well-renowned saxophone player Chip McNeil looking on, Issac Hanson belts out a series of notes while playing the alto version of the instrument during a jazz tune with the Tito Carillo Quintet on Wednesday evening. Hanson, a 15-year-old high school sophomore and student of McNeil, performed before a crowd of 40 or so patrons under the outdoor tent at the Rose Bowl Tavern in Urbana. This weekend the Rose Bowl and several other venues in Urbana will host live music performances for the annual C-U Folk and Roots Festival.
(Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks)

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