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The Richie Hart Trio Milford Fine Arts Council Center for the Arts Friday, April 8, 2005 7:30 PM

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March 21, 2005 To: Listings/Critics/Features From: JAZZ PROMO SERVICES Press Contact: JIM EIGO, [email protected]

Friday, April 8, 2005 Milford Fine Arts Council Center for the Arts presents... The Richie Hart Trio Richie Hart,guitar; Rick Petrone, bass; Joe Corsello, drums 40 Railroad Avenue South Milford, CT 06460 (in the former Eastbound Railroad Station building) 203-878-6647 Jazz & Art of Trio Series 7:30 PM, Tickets $12

You can always tell when a guitarist has spent any substantial amount of time on the organ group circuit. It's in the blues-drenched phrasing and surging rhythmic feel on uptempo burners and in the knowing, take-your-time approach on ballads. Connecticut-based guitarist Richie Hart demonstrates those depthful qualities in spades on “Blues in the Alley" a collaborative effort with bassist Rick Petrone and drummer Joe Corsello – and Richie's third CD as a leader and debut for ZOHO Music.

Accompanying Hart, and co-leaders on this outing are seasoned veterans Rick Petrone and Joe Corsello, who provide a swinging, supportive undercurrent throughout. Petrone’s list of credits includes work with Maynard Ferguson, Joe Beck, Houston Person and Etta Jones, Don Friedman, Richie Cole and Roy Hargrove.

Corsello has recorded and performed with Sam Rivers, Barry Miles, Jack McDuff, Gene Bertoncini, John Scofield, Chris Brubeck and Roy Hargrove. Both rhythm section mates bring their considerable chops and bandstand experience to bear on Blues in the Alley. There latest CD is “Blues In The Alley" Zoho Music ( www.zohomusic.com)

Check out the Richie Hart Trio website at www.RichieHartTrio.com. ? ?

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