Aaronsburg-based trombonist Jay Vonada leads a variety of groups including the Organ Trio East and the Jay Vonada Quartet, which will perform Nov. 21 in Millheim then head to Altoona on Nov. 22 to record an album.
Aaronsburg-based trombonist Jay Vonada leads a variety of groups including the Organ Trio East and the Jay Vonada Quartet, which will perform Nov. 21 in Millheim then head to Altoona on Nov. 22 to record an album. Photo provided
Aaronsburg-based trombonist Jay Vonada leads a variety of groups including the Organ Trio East and the Jay Vonada Quartet, which will perform Nov. 21 in Millheim then head to Altoona on Nov. 22 to record an album. Photo provided

Aaronsburg trombonist returns to the studio: Jay Vonada Quartet to perform recording session preview

November 21, 2014 8:23 AM

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