Skylar Gudasz & the Baby-Jesus of Bethlehem: A Jazz Christmas | The Station | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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Skylar Gudasz & the Baby-Jesus of Bethlehem: A Jazz Christmas 

When: Fri., Dec. 23, 9 p.m. 2011
Price: Free

Stepping out of her usual role fronting the Ugly Girls (who are, for the record, guys, and not especially homely), Skylar Gudasz teams up for this third annual yuletide event with jazz players Charles Cleaver on piano, Jacob Rosch on sax and Britton Upchurch on drums, plus her own band's bassist, Casey Toll. They call the show "A Jazz Christmas," and they'll have song sheets for everyone to sing along on jazzy renditions of "Mr. Grinch," "Baby It's Cold Outside" and other seasonal favorites. Rumors also abound of Rudolph noses and sleigh bells. Belly up to the bar for some wassail. —Peter Blackstock

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