The Tennessee Jazz & Blues Society remains one of the region’s prime advocates for these often neglected art forms, but that work is neither easy nor inexpensive. So they’re presenting a fundraiser featuring several of the area’s finest talents. Moe Denham is among the nation’s premier solo organists, equally accomplished doing blues or jazz. His trio will be among the highlights. Also featured is the outstanding pianist/composer/arranger Bruce Dudley, whose new solo LP showcases his versatility with both works from the Great American Songbook and his own intriguing originals. He’ll be joined by bassist John Birdsong and drummer Josh Hunt. Annie Sellick and Connye Florance will be offering the best in contemporary and classic interpretations and performances in a jazz vein, both of them first-rate in any end of the jazz-vocal spectrum. All proceeds go to benefit the Tennessee Jazz & Blues Society, as it begins a new chapter in celebrating both the music and the artists who keep it alive.