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JAZZ, TX PRESENTS: THE BILL CHARLAP TRIO

FEBRUARY 25-26 @ 8:30 PM - 11:00 PM

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February 22, 2020: Afro-Bop Alliance Big Band, Arlington Music Hall 

                                Ike Stubblefield and Walter Wolfman Washington, Antone's, Austin

February 23, 2020: iLe, Antone's, Austin

February 24, 2020: iLe, Rock Box, San Antonio

February 25, 2020: iLe, House of Blues, Dallas

                                Bill Charlap Trio, JazzTX, San Antonio

February 26, 2020: iLe, House of Blues, Houston

                               Bill Charlap Trio, JazzTX, San Antonio

February 29, 2020: Vijay Iyer Sextet, Wortham, Houston

March 4, 2020: Lila Downs, Paramount Theater, Austin

March 5, 2020: Marc Ribot, Aelita: Queen of Mars, Texas Theater, Dallas

March 6, 2020: Lila Downs, Jones Center, Houston

                         Marc Ribot, Chaplin's The Kid, McCullough Theatre, Austin

                          Mimi Fox, Guitar Sanctuary, McKinney

March 7, 2020: Lila Downs, Winspear Opera House, Dallas

                         Carlos Barbosa Lima, UTD, Dallas

March 8, 2020: Kamasi Washington, Empire Control Room, Austin

March 10, 2020: Kamasi Washington, House of Blues, Dallas

March 11, 2020: Kamasi Washington, House of Blues, Houston

                            Nick Moss, Keys Lounge, Fort Worth

March 12, 2020: Kamasi Washington, Aztec Theater, San Antonio

March 13, 2020: Nick Moss, Dosey Doe, Houston

March 20, 2020: Art Blakey Centennial Celebration  (Bobby Watson (alto sax), Essiet Essiet (bass), Donald Brown (piano), Giveton Gilen (trumpet), David Schnitter  (tenor sax) and Carl Allen (drums)), Walton Arts Center, Fayetteville, Arkansas

March 21, 2020: Dafnis Prieto Big Band, Wortham, Houston

March 26, 2020, Big Ears Festival, Aurora Nealand and the Royal Roses, Jason Moran and the Harlem Hellfighters,  Peter Brotzmann,  Knoxville, Tennessee

March 27, 2020: Shabaka and the Ancestors, The Momentary, Bentonville, Arkansas

                           Big Ears Festival,  Anthony Braxton, Jeff Parker, Peter Brotzmann & Andrew Cyrille, Steve Coleman and Five Elements,  Mdou Moctar, Jason Moran, Myra Melford, Moonlight Benjamin, Ches Smith, Aurora Nealand and the Royal Roses, Zeena Parkins, Knoxville, Tennessee

                           Cooper-Moore, Christ Church Cathedral, Houston

March 28, 2020, Big Ears Festival, Anthony Braxton Diamond Curtain Wall Trio, Marc Ribot  & Andrew Cyrille, Shabaka & the Ancestors, Ben LaMar Gay, Jaimie Branch, Harriet Tubman, Marc Ribot, Knoxville, Tennessee

March 29, 2020, Big Ears Festival, Anthony Braxton Thunder Music Ensemble, Christian Scott, The Necks, Knoxville, Tennessee

April 3, 2020: Fred Hersch Trio, University of Texas at Dallas

April 9, 2020: The Necks, North Door, Austin

April 16, 2020: Bill Summers, Ellis Marsalis, Shannon Powell, French Quarter Festival, New Orleans

April 17, 2020: Miquel Zenon, Wortham, Houston

                        Tuba Skinny, Joe Lastie, French Quarter Festival, New Orleans

                         Rachella Parks Washington, Main Street Arts Festival, Fort Worth

April 18, 2020: Dave Douglas with the Texas Jazz Orchestra, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

                        Billy Harper and Andrew Cyrille, El Dorado Ballroom, Houston

                       Abhisek Malick (sitar) and Subrata Bhattacharya (tabla), Allen Public Library

                       Aurora Nealand, Carl LeBlanc, Jamil Sharif, Leroy Jones, Louis Ford, Sasha Masakowski Jazz Quintet, Walter Wolfman Washington, French Quarter Festival, New Orleans 

April 19, 2010: Billy Harper and Andrew Cyrille, North Door, Austin

                       Astral Project, Evan Christopher's Clarinet Road, Little Freddie King, Paulin Brothers Jazz Band, Tom McDermott and His Jazz Helliions,  French Quarter Festival, New Orleans 

April 22-26, 2020: Delgres, Great Gambian Griots, Les Filles de Illighadad, Leyla McCalla, Lakou Mizak, Natu Camara, Festival Internationale de Louisiane, Lafayette

April 23, 2020: Uncle Nef, Marlon Jordan, Jali Bakary Konteh and Pa Bobo Jobarteh, Alexey Marti, Arturo Sandoval, Plena Libre, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

April 24, 2020: Terri Lynne Carrington and Social Science, Jason Marsalis, Jamil Sharif Tribute to Jabbo Smith, Doreen, Les Filles de Illighadad, Jali Bakary Konteh and Pa Bobo Jobarteh, Plena Libre, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

                        Arun Luthra's Konnakol Jazz Project with Selvaganesh, Starr Theater, Fayetteville, Arkansas

April 25, 2020: Antonio Sanchez and Migration, David Sanborn with Randy Brecker, Trumpet Mafia, Sasha Masakowski and Art Market, Tuba Skinny, Charlie Musselwhite, Little Freddie King, Louis Ford and His New Orleans Flairs,  Christian Nieves, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

April 26, 2020: Nicholas Payton 2020, Wycliffe Gordon, Buddy Guy, Jesse McBride Big Band, Joe Krown Trio with Walter Wolfman Washington, Christian Nieves, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

April 29, 2020: Les Filles de Illighadad, Antone's, Austin

April 30, 2020: John Scofield and Dave Holland, Uptown Jazz Orchestra, Khari Allen Lee, Tom McDermott and Evan Christopher, Leyla McCalla, Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Music Maker Blues Revue (Alabama Slim), Astral Project, iLe, Viento de Agua, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

                         Michael Weiss, Kitchen Cafe, Dallas

May 1, 2020: Herlin Riley, Charlie Gabriel, Brubeck Brothers with Joey Defrancesco, Charlie Sepulveda & The Turnaround, Kingifsh Ingram, Viento de Agua, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

                       Michael Weiss, Mesquite Arts Center

May 2, 2020: The Cookers with Billy Harper,  Count Basie Orchestra, Leroy Jones, Blodie's Jazz Jam, Chris Thomas King, Kenny Neal, Walter Wolfman Washington Trio, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

                      Christian Sands, Carver Center, San Antonio

May 3, 2020: Terence Blanchard featuring the E Collective, Chick Corea Trio, Amina Figarova Sextet, Troy "Guitar Burner" Turner Blues Band, Mr. Sipp, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

May 16, 2020: Brubeck Brothers, Wortham, Houston

May 17, 2020: Brubeck Brothers, One World Theater, Austin

June 17, 2020: Pierre Bensusan, Star City Studio, El Paso

June 20, 2020: Pierre Bensusan, Guitar Sanctuary, McKinney

July 12, 2020: Amaan Ali Bangash (sarod), Dell Fine Arts Center, Austin

July 31-August 2, 2020: Satchmo Summerfest, Old Mint, New Orleans

August 28, 2020: Stanley Jordan Trio, Arlington Music Hall

August 30, 2020: Stanley Jordan, One World Theater, Austin

October 18, 2020: Shahid Parvez (sitar), Gourisankar (tabla), Austin

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On 2/16/2020 at 4:23 AM, kh1958 said:

JAZZ, TX PRESENTS...

 

Man, I live in the wrong city. Awesome.

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On 10/29/2019 at 11:04 AM, JSngry said:

Really enjoyed the Sorey gig last night, in spite of Berliner appearing to have an equipment malfunction that took her out of commission for the last half hour or so of a more or less two hour, non-stop set. Don't know that any of the individuals in this band (other than Sorey) stand out as really distinctive individuals, but Sorey's compositions are such that just being able to navigate the structures with confidence and strength is more than enough for me. And Sorey himself was exhilarating,

By the time the performance concluded, there were some unhappy-looking faces on the stage, possibly related to the aforementioned mallet malfunction, or maybe people just had to take a leak. I know I did! It seemed like either one long suite or just one long medley-set. There were recurring motifs and melodic fragments, so my guess would be for the former. But it was a long time for this bladder, especially considering that the gig started 15-20 minutes late and went about a half hour over the anticipated (announced?) end time. The band had us at a distinct disadvantage there, especially since I was on the front row and could not have left/returned with disrupting the very real zone that the music was creating.

Also, the older, impatient part of me wonders if this type of music is presented at maximum benefit in one extended multiple hour unit like this. I do think this was either a formal suite or a constructed one made of existing individual pieces, since the players kept moving whole sections/pages  of their parts backwards and forwards, but the individuals playing had not unlimited vocabularies, which resulted in moments of "oh, THIS again, eh?" which didn't last too long, mostly due to the compositions themselves and Sorey's drumming which simply does not allow for complacency or redundancy. Just saying, a little, uh...dedicated silence in between would not have necessarily detracted from anything.

Still, those are minor quibbles. As I told my daughter afterwards when she used the "avant-garde" word, this is not "avant-garde jazz" not in the least. All the "jazz" elements involved here are long-standing vocabularies..But what's new and exciting is how Sorey is putting them together. This is very, very structured music, but the structures are there to be improvised over. This is nothing to do with  "free jazz" and it has absolutely nothing to do with cyclical song-form based structures. Nor is it really cell based, like Cecil's music, or motif/intervallic like late Trane, it's way past that. It definitely shows awareness of both Roscoe's and Braxton's practices, but it is not even remotely imitative.

One of my pet hangups/obsessions over the last 15 or so years is the realization (or seeming realization) that the only new ground left to be found in music as we know it is in form, structure, because there's nothing - nothing - new to be had anywhere else. So music like this, this is what I want to hear people doing. Not only this like this, but just putting the Tinker Toys together in ways they've not yet been put together and doing so in a way that a viable and vigorous functionality still shines through.

Simply put, this is modern creative music that is both modern and creative! At the same time!. Sorey must have good people working for him to get him the higher profile "classical" gigs that he's getting, but he's delivering the goods. I'd go see him present again without hesitation.

 

I’m seeing the band on 3/3. Not sure if it’s two sets or one long set.

If I love it, I’ll be back for a second night later in the week

Jazz Gallery in NYC 3/3 through 3/7

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12 hours ago, Steve Reynolds said:

I’m seeing the band on 3/3. Not sure if it’s two sets or one long set.

If I love it, I’ll be back for a second night later in the week

Jazz Gallery in NYC 3/3 through 3/7

Jazz Gallery just updated that we will be getting the one long set treatment as well

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April 8, 2020: Bill Frisell Trio, JazzTX, San Antonio 

April 9, 2020: The Necks, North Door, Austin

April 17, 2020: Miquel Zenon, Wortham, Houston

                       Rachella Parks Washington, Main Street Arts Festival, Fort Worth

April 18, 2020: Dave Douglas with the Texas Jazz Orchestra, Bates Recital Hall, Austin

                        Billy Harper and Andrew Cyrille, El Dorado Ballroom, Houston

April 19, 2020: Billy Harper and Andrew Cyrille, North Door, Austin

                         Eric Gales, Rockefeller's, Houston

April 20 2020: Eric Gales, Guitar Sanctuary, McKinney

April 21, 2020: Eric Gales, Antone's, Austin  

April 24, 2020:  Arun Luthra's Konnakol Jazz Project with Selvaganesh, Starr Theater, Fayetteville, Arkansas

                         Jackie Venson, House of Blues, Dallas                         

April 25, 2020:  Jackie Venson, House of Blues, Houston                     

April 28, 2020: Broken Shadows, San Antonio

April 29, 2020: Les Filles de Illighadad, Antone's, Austin

                        Broken Shadows, Museum of Modern Art, Fort Worth

April 30, 2020:  Michael Weiss, Kitchen Cafe, Dallas

May 1, 2020: Michael Weiss, Mesquite Arts Center

May 2, 2020: Christian Sands, Carver Center, San Antonio

May 15, 2020: Jackie Venson, Sam's Burger Joint, San Antonio

May 16, 2020: Brubeck Brothers, Wortham, Houston

                        Jackie Venson, Scoot Inn, Austin

May 17, 2020: Brubeck Brothers, One World Theater, Austin

June 12, 2020: Mr. Sipp, Guitar Sanctuary, McKinney

July 12, 2020: Amaan Ali Bangash (sarod), Dell Fine Arts Center, Austin

July 31-August 2, 2020: Satchmo Summerfest, Old Mint, New Orleans

August 28, 2020: Stanley Jordan Trio, Arlington Music Hall

August 30, 2020: Stanley Jordan, One World Theater, Austin

October 18, 2020: Shahid Parvez (sitar), Gourisankar (tabla), Austin

February 5, 2021: Fred Hersch, University of Texas at Dallas

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Jazz Violinist Regina Carter Performs in Denton

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    Carter performs as part as part of the 26th Annual Glenn E. Gomez International Artists Endowment for Jazz Studies. "... jazz, R&B, Latin, classical, blues, country, pop, African... In each she explores the power of music through the voice of the violin." MacArthur “genius” award recipient and Doris Duke Artist Award.

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Jennifer Koh and Vijay Iver
  • March 14, 2020 - 2:00pm

Recognized for intense, commanding performances, delivered with dazzling virtuosity and technical assurance, violinist Jennifer Koh is a forward-thinking artist dedicated to exploring a broad and eclectic repertoire, while promoting diversity and inclusivity in classical music. She was named 2016 Musical America Instrumentalist of the Year, won top prizes at the Tchaikovsky Competition and Concert Artist Guild Competition, and received an Avery Fisher Career Grant. She has expanded the contemporary violin repertoire through a wide range of commissioning projects and has premiered more than 70 works written especially for her.

In spring 2018, she launched Limitless, a project celebrating the collaborative relationship between composer and performer; duo commissions are played by Koh and the composers themselves. Her partner for this special Cliburn debut is leading-edge composer-pianist Vijay Iyer, whose 22 remarkably diverse recordings have earned him top-album accolades from the likes of The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Rolling Stone, and NPR; ECHO Klassik Awards; and a Grammy nomination, among other honors.

For ticket information, call 817.212.4280 or visit www.cliburn.org

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rumors have it that Broken Shadows (Berne,Speed,King,Anderson) are playing in San Antonio (April 28) and Fort Worth (April 29)

I don't have the details yet, but will post here when I do....

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6 hours ago, epistrophy arts said:

rumors have it that Broken Shadows (Berne,Speed,King,Anderson) are playing in San Antonio (April 28) and Fort Worth (April 29)

I don't have the details yet, but will post here when I do....

This is from Chris Speed's website:

Broken Shadows Tim Berne Reid Anderson Dave King Speed
April 28 San Antonio Texas
April 29 @ The Modern Museum Ft. Worth Texas
April 30 @ The Outpost Albuquerque
May 1 & 2 @ The Green Mill Chicago
May 3 @ The Ice House Minneapolis

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Kamasi Washington

Please NoteDoors open at 7PM. 
Show starts at 8PM.

This is an All Ages Event. 

Scheduled Support : Bastards of Soul
For VIP seating, please contact HOBDallasVIP@LiveNation.com 

Online sales will close at 7PM on the day of the event. 
To purchase tickets on the day of the event after 7PM, please visit the House of Blues Box Office at the venue located at 2200 North Lamar Street in Dallas.
All sales are subject to increase the day of the show.
Support acts are subject to change without notice.

Date Tue • Mar 10 • 7:00 PM
Venue House of Blues Dallas presented by Cricket WirelessDallas, TX

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May 11-12, 2021: Eric Gales, Antone's, Austin

May 23, 2021: Jackie Venson, Levitt Pavilion, Arlington

June 23, 2021: Jackie Venson, Dosey Doe, Spring, Texas

October 8-17, 2021: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

February 26, 2022: Pat Metheny Side-Eye, Majestic Theater, Dallas

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May 23, 2021: Jackie Venson, Levitt Pavilion, Arlington

May 29, 2021: Shelley Carrol, Scat Jazz, Fort Worth

June 18-19, 2021: Jackie Venson, Antone's, Austin

June 23, 2021: Jackie Venson, Dosey Doe, Spring, Texas

June 25, 2021: Walter Wolfman Washington, Antone's, Austin

July 10, 2021: John Primer, Antone's, Austin

July 30, 2021: Jackie Venson, Three Links, Dallas

July 30-August 1, 2021: Satchmo Summerfest, New Orleans Jazz Museum

September 30-October 3, 2021: French Quarter Festival, New Orleans

October 8-17, 2021: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

October 30, 2021: Tinariwen, Tulips FTW, Fort Worth

November 6, 2021: Jason Moran: James Reese Europe and the Harlem Hellfighters, Cullen Theater, Houston

February 25, 2022: Pat Metheny Side Eye, Cullen Theater, Houston

February 26, 2022: Pat Metheny Side-Eye, Majestic Theater, Dallas

April 23, 2022: Joel Ross, Cullen Theater, Houston

May 13, 2022: Artemis, Cullen Theater, Houston

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On the evening of Wednesday, May 12, the Wild Detectives backyard in Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District will set the stage for a tour of Global Soundscapes, as Sangeet Millennium and Chasquis present a concert featuring the Jamal Mohamed Trio and Sangeet Millennium Ensemble. The two ensembles will perform traditional and original musical spanning the Arab World, the Indian Subcontinent, and Southeast Asia. Doors open at 7:00 pm; music starts at 7:30. This event, the first of four in South Asian and Global Performance Series, is supported in part by an Arts Activate grant from the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture.

Sangeet Millennium Ensemble:  Amie Maciszewski – sitar, vocals; Paul Klemperer – saxophone; Paarth Kuntawala – tabla

Jamal Mohamed Trio: Jamal Mohamed – doumbek, riq, various percussion; guitar – Buddy Mohmed; Jonathan Jones – clarinet, shawms.

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So, this was 4 days ago?

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5 minutes ago, rostasi said:

So, this was 4 days ago?

I guess so. It is May 16. I have been cloistered too long.

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May 28, 2021: Joey DeFrancesco, Parker Jazz Club, Austin

May 29, 2021: Shelley Carrol, Scat Jazz, Fort Worth

                        Joey DeFrancesco, Parker Jazz Club, Austin

June 18-19, 2021: Jackie Venson, Antone's, Austin

June 23, 2021: Jackie Venson, Dosey Doe, Spring, Texas

June 25, 2021: Walter Wolfman Washington, Antone's, Austin

July 10, 2021: John Primer, Antone's, Austin

July 30, 2021: Jackie Venson, Three Links, Dallas

July 30-August 1, 2021: Satchmo Summerfest, New Orleans Jazz Museum

September 12, 2021: Herbie Hancock, Verizon Theater, Grand Prairie

September 13, 2021: Herbie Hancock, Paramount Theater, Austin

September 14, 2021: Herbie Hancock, Tobin Center, San Antonio

September 30-October 3, 2021: French Quarter Festival, New Orleans

October 8-17, 2021: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

October 30, 2021: Tinariwen, Tulips FTW, Fort Worth

November 6, 2021: Jason Moran: James Reese Europe and the Harlem Hellfighters, Cullen Theater, Houston

February 25, 2022: Pat Metheny Side Eye, Cullen Theater, Houston

February 26, 2022: Pat Metheny Side-Eye, Majestic Theater, Dallas

April 23, 2022: Joel Ross, Cullen Theater, Houston

May 13, 2022: Artemis, Cullen Theater, Houston

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A message for you from
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Heading to Texas this weekend. There’s gonna be tenor madness on the stage with Jerry Weldon, Doug Lawrence and myself. In town? Join us at Parker Jazz Club Friday and Saturday night https://bnds.us/jtluxm
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June 10, 2021: Jackie Venson, Watergarden Park, Corpus Christi

June 11, 2021: Jackie Venson, Rear Window, Ganado, TX

June 18-19, 2021: Jackie Venson, Antone's, Austin

June 24, 2021: Jackie Venson, Old Quarter Acoustic Cafe, Galveston

June 25, 2021: Walter Wolfman Washington, Antone's, Austin

                         Jackie Venson, Dosey Doe, Spring, TX

JUne 26, 2021: Jackie Venson, Paper Tiger, San Antonio

July 10, 2021: John Primer, Antone's, Austin

July 29, 2021: Jackie Venson, Lone Wolf's Pub, San Angelo

July 30, 2021: Jackie Venson, Three Links, Dallas

September 12, 2021: Herbie Hancock, Verizon Theater, Grand Prairie

September 13, 2021: Herbie Hancock, Paramount Theater, Austin

September 14, 2021: Herbie Hancock, Tobin Center, San Antonio

September 30-October 3, 2021: French Quarter Festival, New Orleans

October 8-17, 2021: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

October 30, 2021: Tinariwen, Tulips FTW, Fort Worth

November 6, 2021: Jason Moran: James Reese Europe and the Harlem Hellfighters, Cullen Theater, Houston

January 26, 2022: Brubeck Brothers, One World Theater, Austin

February 23-24, 2022: Pat Metheny, One World Theater. Aistom

February 25, 2022: Pat Metheny Side Eye, Cullen Theater, Houston

February 26, 2022: Pat Metheny Side-Eye, Majestic Theater, Dallas

April 23, 2022: Joel Ross, Cullen Theater, Houston

May 13, 2022: Artemis, Cullen Theater, Houston

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June 18-19, 2021: Jackie Venson, Antone's, Austin

June 24, 2021: Jackie Venson, Old Quarter Acoustic Cafe, Galveston

June 25, 2021: Walter Wolfman Washington, Antone's, Austin

                         Jackie Venson, Dosey Doe, Spring, TX

JUne 26, 2021: Jackie Venson, Paper Tiger, San Antonio

July 10, 2021: John Primer, Antone's, Austin

July 29, 2021: Jackie Venson, Lone Wolf's Pub, San Angelo

July 30, 2021: Jackie Venson, Three Links, Dallas

September 12, 2021: Herbie Hancock, Verizon Theater, Grand Prairie

September 13, 2021: Herbie Hancock, Paramount Theater, Austin

September 14, 2021: Herbie Hancock, Tobin Center, San Antonio

September 30, 2021: Shannon Powell, John Boutte, French Quarter Festival, New Orleans

October 1, 2021: Tuba Skinny, Joe Lastie, Alexey Marti, Little Freddie King, Meschiya Lake, French Quarter Festival, New Orleans

October 2, 2021: Leroy Jones, Walter Wolfman Washington, Aurora Nealand, Louis Ford, Jamil Sharif, Sasha Masakowski, French Quarter Festival, New Orleans

October 8-17, 2021: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

October 30, 2021: Tinariwen, Tulips FTW, Fort Worth

November 6, 2021: Jason Moran: James Reese Europe and the Harlem Hellfighters, Cullen Theater, Houston

January 26, 2022: Brubeck Brothers, One World Theater, Austin

February 23-24, 2022: Pat Metheny, One World Theater. Austin

February 25, 2022: Pat Metheny Side Eye, Cullen Theater, Houston

February 26, 2022: Pat Metheny Side-Eye, Majestic Theater, Dallas

April 23, 2022: Joel Ross, Cullen Theater, Houston

May 13, 2022: Artemis, Cullen Theater, Houston

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June 24, 2021: Jackie Venson, Old Quarter Acoustic Cafe, Galveston

June 25, 2021: Walter Wolfman Washington, Antone's, Austin

                         Jackie Venson, Dosey Doe, Spring, TX

JUne 26, 2021: Jackie Venson, Paper Tiger, San Antonio

July 10, 2021: John Primer, Antone's, Austin

July 29, 2021: Jackie Venson, Lone Wolf's Pub, San Angelo

July 30, 2021: Jackie Venson, Three Links, Dallas

September 5, 2021: Terence Blanchard E Collective, Riverfront Jazz Festival, Dallas

September 12, 2021: Herbie Hancock, Verizon Theater, Grand Prairie

September 13, 2021: Herbie Hancock, Paramount Theater, Austin

September 14, 2021: Herbie Hancock, Tobin Center, San Antonio

September 30, 2021: Shannon Powell, John Boutte, French Quarter Festival, New Orleans

October 1, 2021: Tuba Skinny, Joe Lastie, Alexey Marti, Little Freddie King, Meschiya Lake, French Quarter Festival, New Orleans

October 2, 2021: Leroy Jones, Walter Wolfman Washington, Aurora Nealand, Louis Ford, Jamil Sharif, Sasha Masakowski, French Quarter Festival, New Orleans

October 8-10, 2021: David Sanborn, Arturo Sandoval, Charlie Musselwhite, Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Walter Wolfman Washington, Little Freddie King, Nicholas Payton, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

October 15-17, 2021:  Terence Blanchard E Collective, Kingfish Ingram, Terri Lynne Carrington, Count Basie Orchestra, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

October 30, 2021: Tinariwen, Tulips FTW, Fort Worth

November 6, 2021: Jason Moran: James Reese Europe and the Harlem Hellfighters, Cullen Theater, Houston

January 26, 2022: Brubeck Brothers, One World Theater, Austin

February 23-24, 2022: Pat Metheny, One World Theater. Austin

February 25, 2022: Pat Metheny Side Eye, Cullen Theater, Houston

February 26, 2022: Pat Metheny Side-Eye, Majestic Theater, Dallas

April 23, 2022: Joel Ross, Cullen Theater, Houston

May 13, 2022: Artemis, Cullen Theater, Houston

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Every time I see "Jackie Venson", my eyes see "Jackie Vernon" and I think, wow, now THAT'S a comeback!

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