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Miles Electric Band at Koerner Hall

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Miles Electric Band Koerner Hall Toronto, Ontario October 14, 2017 What started off as a successful “Miles Davis Festival" at the initiative of the Chicago Jazz Philharmonic in 2011 and led by Vince Wilburn Jr. and nephew of the great Miles Davis himself, would eventually lead to the Miles Electric Band celebrating the music of Davis' electric period. The band represents stellar musicians with impressive and extensive musical credentials who are either alumni of the ...

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Miles Electric Band at SFJAZZ

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Miles Electric Band SFJAZZ CenterSan Francisco, CA June 11, 2016 Since his death in 1991, one month after his final performance at the Hollywood Bowl, there has been a vacancy in the jazz trumpet chair. While many have risen as stars on the instrument, no one has quite matched Miles Davis. Davis's bands brought many of today's most successful and best known performers to public prominence: Keith Jarrett, Herbie Hancock, John McLaughlin, Chick Corea, ...

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Miles Electric Band: Bitches Brew To Tutu At SFJAZZ

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Miles Electric Band SFJAZZ Center Bitches Brew To Tutu San Francisco, CA June 11, 2016 As part of the expansive 34th Annual San Francisco Jazz Festival, the cordial staff at SFJAZZ presented the outstanding Miles Electric Band in the spacious Miner Auditorium. Vincent Wilburn Jr., drummer and nephew of the acclaimed Miles Davis, lead the Miles Electric band in celebration of the music and spirit of “The Chief." The capacity crowd was ...


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