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Get in the Holiday Spirit with Rick Everitt’s Trio (featuring Price Smith, Desi Joseph and Rob Emmanuel)

The Blue Water area has been experiencing a new vitality and energy of late. It’s especially evident in the Arts and helping to lead the way is PHHS grad and MSU alum Rick Everitt. Since moving back to the area this year Rick and his wife, Colleen have been very involved in the music and theater scene in Port Huron and Marine City. 

Rick’s varied musical career has featured his trumpet and vocal performance in national touring shows, recordings, international television studio orchestras, and in the education of young performers. Rick is excited to be involved in various RiverBank Productions and to hold his first “Home Town” concert appearance at “the Snug”; the “coolest little venue anywhere”.

Now Rick has formed a new jazz group that will perform with him at the Snug Theater in Marine City on November 1-3 & 8-10. The trio features Price Smith (piano), Desi Joseph (bass) and Rob Emmanuel (drums). Guests Colleen Everitt and saxophonist Joe O’Mara join Rick and the trio presenting favorite standards, and new and classic songs of the holiday season.

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Seating is limited at the Snug, so get your tickets now for this unique, fun, and heartwarming concert presentation. Go to for ticket selection.

If you haven’t heard this trio yet; it is time you do!  Don’t wait! Get your tickets and enjoy an evening of great music!!

Kathleen Knowles is a life-long resident of Port Huron and a 1973 graduate of Port Huron High School. After attending St. Clair County Community College, she has worked for credit unions all of her life as well as a professional dog show handler, known for handling Pekingese. Kathleen has been writing fiction for years as a hobby, having posted many stories online.

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