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Guest artists join One O’Clock Lab Band for concert

Tim RiesSaxophonist Tim Ries, left, and vocalist Bernard Fowler will join the Grammy-nominated One O’Clock Lab Band to perform the music of the Rolling Stones in the One O’Clock’s 50th Annual Fall Concert at 8 p.m. Nov. 23 in the Murchison Performing Arts Center, Winspear Performance Hall.

Ries, a UNT alumnus who has performed with numerous well-known jazz artists as well as the Rolling Stones, and Fowler, a back-up vocalist for the Stones and lead vocalist for numerous other groups, will perform with the One O’Clock. Tickets are $10 to $15. For tickets, call 940-369-7802 or visit

Enter to win a pair of tickets to the concert by sending an e-mail to InHouse with "Rolling Stones" in the subject line by 5 p.m. Nov. 16. Winners will be selected at random from all responses.

“The tradition of jazz has always been about incorporating other influences outside of jazz into a gumbo of blended textures,” says Steve Wiest, director of UNT's One O’Clock Lab Band. “This is certainly the case with Tim’s critically acclaimed Rolling Stones Project. Through the masterful reworking of the music by Ries and the full orchestrations by Matt Harris — all propelled by the powerful vocals of Bernard Fowler — the music of the Stones takes on an unexpectedly hip and modern jazz persona. It will be a homecoming for Tim and a great opportunity to introduce Bernard to the UNT community.”

Find more music, some live online, on the College of Music calendar.

Below, the One O'Clock Lab Band at the Murchison Performing Arts Center.

One O'Clock Lab Band at Murchison

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