kh1958

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  1. Upcoming at the Arlington Music Hall: HIROMI Map Unavailable Date/Time Date(s) - Wednesday, 01/29/2020 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm BUY TICKETS Hiromi is a jazz composer and pianist born in Hamamatsu, Japan. She is known for her virtuosic technique, energetic live performances and blend of musical genres such as stride, post-bop, progressive rock, classical and fusion in her compositions. JOEY DEFRANCESCO Map Unavailable Date/Time Date(s) - Saturday, 02/15/2020 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm STANLEY JORDAN TRIO Map Unavailable Date/Time Date(s) - Friday, 08/28/2020 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm BUY TICKETS In a career that took flight in 1985 with commercial and critical acclaim, guitar virtuoso Stanley Jordan has consistently displayed a chameleonic musical persona of openness, imagination, versatility and maverick daring. Be it bold reinventions of classical masterpieces or soulful explorations through pop-rock hits, to blazing straight ahead jazz forays and ultramodern improvisational works—solo or with a group—Jordan can always be counted on to take listeners on breathless journeys into the unexpected.
  2. On Saturday night, Magos Herrera and Brooklyn Rider, plus Mathias Kunzli on percussion (augmented by Sean Conly on bass on two songs), in Houston at the Cullen Theater. Featuring songs by a variety of Latin composers (Gilberto Gil. Caetano Veloso, Violetta Para, Joao Gilberto, Herrera, etc.).
  3. Ira Sullivan (Flying Fish)
  4. He played an excellent concert at a church on Forest Lane a couple of years ago.
  5. NYC Winter Jazzfest 2019

    Their website had a reference (now removed) to the "Brooklyn Marathon"--so perhaps the signature event of the festival is being moved out of Manhattan?
  6. NYC Winter Jazzfest 2019

    Attention! 2020 Lineup announcement and other revelations coming on October 16th, stay tuned.
  7. HELP@ Whatever Happened To Jacy Parker????

    DG wants $29.99--bargain prices here in Texas.
  8. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    I just listened to this one myself... very nice.
  9. Big Ears Festival

    Yes, it looks pretty interesting; and that is not even the complete lineup.
  10. Big Ears Festival

    10.08.2019 2020 Lineup Announced! We’re excited to announce the first round of artists slated to join us for Big Ears 2020. A few of the many highlights include: • BRAXTON75. A celebration of composer/saxophonist and musical iconoclast Anthony Braxton’s 75th year featuring a rare solo performance, his Diamond Curtain Wall Trio, and the world premiere of the Thunder Music Ensemble. • TERRY RILEY at 85. A celebration of the minimalist guru’s 85th year on the planet, featuring a duo with Gyan Riley, a solo organ performance on the new St. John’s Cathedral pipe organ, and more. • MEREDITH MONK with BANG ON A CAN ALL-STARS. The amazing Meredith Monk returns to Big Ears with BOAC for the full concert premiere of their collaborative work, Memory Game. JOHN PAUL JONES & ANSSI KARTTUNEN: Sons of Chipotle. The legendary Led Zeppelin bassist gathers no moss as he continues his musical explorations and collaborations. This finds him in the company of the renowned Finnish classical cellist in their North American concert debut. • KIM GORDON • STEVE GUNN • BILL NACE • JOHN TRUSCINSKI: Sound for Andy Warhol’s KISS. Rock icon Gordon returns to Big Ears with her Body/Head collaborator, joined by two other Big Ears alums to create the soundtrack to Warhol’s iconic film. • JOE HENRY’S 115th Dream, featuring Jason Moran and Marc Ribot, with Jay Bellerose, David Piltch, and Levon Henry. Big Ears asked the great singer/ songwriter / producer Joe Henry to put together a special “dream band” for the festival. This is it. • JASON MORAN & THE HARLEM HELLFIGHTERS: All around Renaissance man Jason Moran is bringing this large ensemble to pay tribute to the legendary ragtime innovator, James Reese Europe. • CAROLINE SHAW with SŌ PERCUSSION: The 2013 Pulitzer Prize–winning composer Shaw finally comes to Big Ears to present some of her extraordinary work, including this collaboration with the percussion wizards of SŌ. • NATHALIE JOACHIM with Spektral Quartet: Femn D’ayiti (Women of Haiti). Flutist / singer Joachim, who first appeared at Big Ears with eighth blackbird, returns with an extraordinary tribute to the women of her native Haiti, easily one of the most fabulous new works of this or any year. • Iceland’s alternative rock legends MÚM will make a rare US appearance, celebrating 20 years since Yesterday Was Dramatic—Today is OK. • TINDERSTICKS will perform their first US concert in many years in the wake of a long awaited, brand new recording. • Denmark’s Efterklang return to the US for the first time in many years, also with new music. • After his astonishing performances at last year’s Big Ears with both Sons of Kemet and the Comet Is Coming, saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings will return with a third group, The Ancestors. • German free-jazz titan Peter Brötzmann will make his Big Ears debut, playing solo in celebration of a new recording and revisiting his duo with the amazing drummer Andrew Cyrille, a highlight of this year’s Vision Festival in NYC. • There’s more adventurous new jazz from bands led by Joshua Abrams, Jaimie Branch, Myra Melford, Jeff Parker, and Dan Weiss. • Psychedelic desert rock from Mdou Moctar, Haitian voodoo blues from Moonlight Benjamin, new adventures in electronic music with Caterina Barbieri and Sarah Davachi; Can’s legendary singer Damo Suzuki, plus exciting new sounds from the Egyptian underground from Maurice Louca and Nadah El Shazly, the wild, uncategorizable, freewheeling rock of 75 Dollar Bill… And much much more…. Additional artists and performances will be announced in the coming weeks, along with information about the film and literary programs, talks and discussions, and other facets of the Big Ears experience.
  11. Big Ears Festival

    Full lineup announced: Big Ears 2020 75 Dollar Bill Andrew Cyrille Annette Peacock Anthony Braxton Areni Agbabian Aurora Nealand & the Royal Roses Bang on a Can All-Stars Caroline Shaw Caterina Barbieri Christian Scott Damo Suzuki Network with the Sound Carriers Dan Weiss Starebaby Daniel Pioro & Valgeir Sigurðsson Devandra Banhart Diamond Curtain Wall Trio Dos Santos Efterklang Electric Appalachia (William Tyler, Mary Lattimore, Eric Dawson of TAMIS) Gyan Riley Harriet Tubman Jaimie Branch’s Fly or Die Jason Moran & the Harlem Hellfighters Jeff Parker and the New Breed Joe Henry’s 115th Dream Joshua Abrams & Natural Information Society Kim Myhr Kronos Quartet Marc Ribot Maurice Louca Mdou Moctar Meredith Monk Moonlight Benjamin mssv (Mike Baggetta, Stephen Hodges, Mike Watt) Múm Myra Melford’s Snowy Egret MZM (Miya Masaoka, Zeena Parkins, Myra Melford) Nadah El Shazly Natalie Joachim nief norf Paul Lazar’s Cage Shuffle Peter Brötzmann Sarah Davachi Saul Williams Shabaka & the Ancestors So Percussion Sons of Chipotle (John Paul Jones & Anssi Karttunen) Sound for Andy Warhol’s KISS (Kim Gordon, Bill Nace, Steve Gunn, John Truscinski) Spektral Quartet Steve Coleman and Five Elements Sudan Archives Tamino Terry Riley The Haden Triplets The Necks Thunder Music Ensemble Thundercat Tindersticks Xylouris White
  12. Big Ears Festival

    The initial lineup announcement looks good to me. The lineup includes: Andrew Cyrille Aurora Nealand and the Royal Roses Anthony Braxton Christian Scott Harriet Tubman Jaimie Branch's Fly or Die Jason Moran: The Harlem Hellfighters Marc Ribot Mdou Moctar Moonlight Benjamin Myra Melford's Snowy Egret Peter Brotzmann Shabaka and the Ancestors Steve Coleman and Five Elements
  13. I've never heard (nor seen) any of these Max Roach with Billy Harper records. The two main memories of my one time seeing Max Roach in person (with Odean Pope, Tyrone Brown and Cecil Bridgewater) are of Max playing a solo history of jazz drums piece, and a nearly hour long version of Scott Free that was devastating.
  14. Dexter Gordon, Homecoming (Columbia) Joe Henderson, The State of the Tenor, volume 2 (Blue Note Tone Poet). This pressing sounds amazing.
  15. In addition, I saw Gary Bartz multiple times in McCoy Tyner's band, with john Lee or Gerald Veasley on electric bass.