Comic Russ Stolnack & Jambalaya Stew Band To Headline Crab ‘N Jazz 2011 Entertainment
Redlands, CA—January 19, 2011–The entertainment lineup for Redlands Sunrise Rotary’s fourth annual New Orleans style Crab ‘N Jazz Celebration, Saturday, March 12, 5 pm, at Edwards Mansion, will feature comic Russ Stolnack along with music from Stewart Undem and the Jambalaya Stew Band.
Russ Stolnack, AKA Russ T. Nailz, is a nationally known comedian, correspondent for the FOX Business Channel and co-host of the radio program, “The Big Biz Show”. Russ has won six regional Emmy awards, a Cable Ace Award and “The National Speakers Association Comedy Idol Contest”. Learn more about Russ at www.russisfunny.com
Sunrise Rotary Member Stewart Undem is a Redlands resident and a 28-year member of the Redlands Symphony. His band, Jambalaya Stew, plays traditional New Orleans style Dixieland jazz, Big Band, Swing and Rock ‘n Roll music. Jambalaya Stew performs all over Southern California and has been featured at Disneyland.
Crab ‘N Jazz features an “All You Can Eat Alaska Crab Leg Dinner,” along with a beer tasting sponsored by Local Craft Brewers. Tickets are on sale now for this event, with only 350 available. Tickets are $75.00 per person, with tables for eight available for $600. Sponsorship tables offering a variety of VIP event perks are also available.
Crab ‘N Jazz is presented by event chair Chris Martin and committee members: Tom Beyer, Kelley Bowden, Janey Cole, John Dudding, Cheryl Evans, Tom Godfrey, Chris Johnson, Tabetha Johnson, Carolyn Kelsey, Sharron Mathews, Jackie Meyer, Gail Montgomery-Johnson, Jim Pettey, Carla Powell, Shawn Ryan, Beth Sanders, Jess Sigelow, Lynda Snyder and Stewart Undem. Visit us on the web at http://www.crabandjazz.com or call (909) 335-1937 for tickets and information.
About the Redlands Sunrise Rotary Club
Redlands Sunrise Rotary is devoted to the principles of Rotary International, including its motto, “Service Above Self.” The club meets Wednesdays at 7:00 a.m. at the Redlands Country Club. Visitors are always welcome.