2023 Jazz Flow April Concert

  • Sat, Apr 29, 2023 6:00 PM - 10:30 PM
  • Hilton Baltimore BWI

    1739 West Nursery Road
    Linthicum, Maryland 21090
Ticket Price $80.00 This event is now over


Further details to follow



Jazz Flow Productions

In Honor of Jazz Appreciation Month







  • 6:00pm - Tapas-Style (Light Fare)
  • 7:00pm  - Bell Family
  • 8:45pm  - Mary Cross


The Bell Family  7:00pm  - 8:30pm


The Bell Family  


Poogie Bell and Winston Bell


     Winston Bell has been immersed in music since birth, being a 3rd generation musician born into the "Bell" Family.  His grandfather, Charles Bell Sr., pianist and composer, released critically acclaimed recordings on both Atlantic and Columbia records in the 60's.  His father, Charles "Poogie” Bell, is a 3x Grammy and Emmy award winning Drummer, Composer, and Producer. 

     Bell Family featuring Poogie and Winston Bell" gives father and son the opportunity to bring this unique generational sound to the forefront. 

     Winston’s warm, soulful tenor saxophone tone, his vivid imagination, & captivating energy, perfectly blends with Poogie’s pulsating rhythm that has propelled artists like Chaka Khan, Marcus Miller, Erykah Badu, Joe Sample, Stanley Clarke. This gives their live performances something that any audience of any age will enjoy!  "Bell Family featuring, Poogie and Winston Bell” - music that embraces the best of jazz masters before them and the best of what contemporary jazz offers us today.  

     Bell Family featuring Poogie and Winston Bell are currently touring across America in 2022/23.






Back by Popular Demand

Mary Cross  

Set 1 - 8:45pm

Set 2 - 9:45pm


     Mary Cross…dubbed the Mother of Cool Smoke for her rich vocal tonalities that are reminiscent of the late Phyllis Linda Hyman.

     Described in a Frontrunner article as “the kind of singer who takes hold of a song and enraptures her audience in the palm of her hands, as she delivers lyrics, phrases, melodies and harmonies in a way that only she can”.

     Blessed with an instantly identifiable honey-toned mezzo-contralto sound with great range and an undeniably brilliant and magnetic stage presence, Mary’s alluring vocals, candor, honesty, humor and purity as an artist make her a rarity in this business.

     Having performed before SOLD OUT audiences throughout the country, sharing the stage with the great Gerald Veasley, collaborations with Philadelphia’s own Grammy Nominated producer Donald Robinson on original compilations – her recent release featured Saxophonist Carl Cox (who travels with Maysa).  Mary is humbled to be in the presence of such renowned artists.

     Mary Cross has graced many stages:  Berks Jazz Fest, Willingboro Jazz Fests,  South Jazz Kitchen, Kelsey’s Premiere Supper Club and many more…

     It is no wonder she was the recipient of many awards including the 2021 Creative Media Black History award for her work with non profits including universities, healthcare, mental health, youth and senior centers facilities.

     She was also a 2021 Soultracks nominee for Female Vocalist of the Year for her 3rd release titled “PROMISE” …a 2021 Soultracks Top 100 Soul single.

     As an independent artist, Mary has released 3 singles, IN LOVE THERE’S A RISK, YOU CAN CHANGE IT,  and PROMISE, the latter two co-written with Donald Robinson.

     Mary is working on her first album scheduled for release in Fall 2022.



Karol Harmon, Founder | Jazz Flow Productions


Date & Time

Sat, Apr 29, 2023 6:00 PM - 10:30 PM

Venue Details

Hilton Baltimore BWI

1739 West Nursery Road
Linthicum, Maryland 21090 Hilton Baltimore BWI
Jazz Flow Productions


Jazz Flow Productions  - is an organization established to present concerts in support of  Jazz Musicians and their loyal fans while at the same time, being the bridge in making  new Jazz fans throughout the DMV  (District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia) and beyond….



     Karol Harmon first started being exposed to Jazz music at an early age, with her Dad playing his albums day and night.   His favorite artists and their songs became some of her favorite to this day:  Nat King Cole, Wes Montgomery, Jose Feliciano, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie, Nancy Wilson, Sarah Vaughan,  Dinah Washington, Ella Fitzgerald, Charlie Parker, and Johnny Mathis, just to name a few!

     Nothing else would satisfy Ms. Harmon or would send her on a musical journey of comfort and love as when she put on the albums and reminisce of a time when “All in Love is Fair.” The times were challenging but the music was pure ... she knows that she can’t turn back time but she can try to recreate those memories through presenting the vintage sounds and bringing forth new sounds with Jazz musicians who share her appreciation of this American Classical Music.

“From my heart to your ears!!!” is her motto.