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Updated: 02/05/2014 08:00:04AM

Bringing back big band sound

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SUN PHOTO BY TIM KERN, tim@tkphotoshop.com

The Lucky 7 Jazz Ensemble had the Blue Lagoon Restaurant rocking Sunday.

SUN PHOTO BY TIM KERN, tim@tkphotoshop.com

Lucky 7 drummer Tanner Farnsworth entertains the crowd with a drum solo Sunday at the Blue Lagoon Restaurant, 2000 Oyster Creek Drive, Englewood. The Lucky 7 Jazz Ensemble are Lemon Bay High School students: Savanna Galloway, Jake Robinson, Tanner Farnsworth, Nate Bellmore, Will Rossi, Nick Madonna and Jimmy Horner.

SUN PHOTO BY TIM KERN, tim@tkphotoshop.com

Will Rossi and his fellow band members entertained the crowd at Blue Lagoon Restaurant Sunday.

SUN PHOTO BY TIM KERN, tim@tkphotoshop.com

During a break Sunday, the Lucky 7 Jazz Ensemble's drummer Tanner Farnsworth's 3-year-old cousin Brennan Becraft gave the crowd a smile as he pounded on the drums (also pictured is Brennan's father Shawn).

By IAN ROSS

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GROVE CITY — The Lucky 7 Jazz Band electrified Ricaltini’s Bar and Grille Monday with shining brass, beating drums, twanging strings and plinking piano keys.

The youngest member of the seven, 14-year-old Savannah Galloway, on guitar, said she’s falling in love with the thrill of playing in a band.

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