Memphis Boys bassist Joe Jazdzewski, left, and guitarist Gino Mertegillano perform at the 40th annual Sacramento Music Festival in Old Sacramento in May 2014. After changing its name in 2012 from the Sacramento Jazz Festival and Jubilee, the event aimed to retain some trademark jazz while expanding to reggae, rock, country and American roots music.
Memphis Boys bassist Joe Jazdzewski, left, and guitarist Gino Mertegillano perform at the 40th annual Sacramento Music Festival in Old Sacramento in May 2014. After changing its name in 2012 from the Sacramento Jazz Festival and Jubilee, the event aimed to retain some trademark jazz while expanding to reggae, rock, country and American roots music. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Memphis Boys bassist Joe Jazdzewski, left, and guitarist Gino Mertegillano perform at the 40th annual Sacramento Music Festival in Old Sacramento in May 2014. After changing its name in 2012 from the Sacramento Jazz Festival and Jubilee, the event aimed to retain some trademark jazz while expanding to reggae, rock, country and American roots music. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Sacramento Music Festival returns with swing, Latin rock and, yes, jazz

May 26, 2016 03:52 PM

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