CANYONVILLE — Lots of cities host a jazz festival. Fewer host a second annual. One key to success is having someone involved like John Gronberg, a Canyonville music teacher and former pro trumpet player who on Saturday at Pioneer Park was seeing through a pet project he started a year ago, and which he said will be back next year. After the first Canyonville Jazz Festival, the event’s main organizer said his earlier feelings of doubt were gone. “I’m so happy and so surprised,” he said, a little winded. “This was the perfect way to start it, rain and everything.” …
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