TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Many listened to the sweet sounds of music on Sunday.
That's with the the Jazz Concert at Indiana State University.
The concert paid tribute to the famous Jones Brothers, who some describe as one of the "first families of jazz".
One musician told us he looks up to the Jones Brothers. Playing this concert, he says, was a great experience.
"There's just so much wisdom in every note they play," said Chris Parker, "and i'm able to learn so much from them."
The ISU School of Music holds many concerts throughout the year. Their next one will be Monday night.
- Jazz concert pays tribute to legendary group
- Monday night concert pays tribute to "The Dream"
- Group pays tribute to ISU alum murdered Saudi consulate
- ISU pays tribute to local veterans
- New exhibit pays tribute to Colton Murray
- Wabash Valley schools pay tribute to veterans
- First Friday pays tribute to service men and women
- Terre Haute billboard pays tribute to Pittsburgh shooting victims
- Jazz Festival brings sounds from Indiana and Illinois
- Billy Graham, ‘America’s Pastor,’ to lie in honor at Capitol as political leaders pay tribute