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Gov't Mule at Red Rocks

Read "Gov't Mule at Red Rocks" reviewed by Geoff Anderson

Gov't Mule Red Rocks Denver, CO September 14, 2018 Many musicians like to collect instruments. Certainly guitarists collect guitars. Pat Metheny is a case in point. Over the years he has added a synth-guitar as well as the exotic 42 string Pikasso guitar to his recordings and live performances. Not ...

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Sol Roots Band With Special Guest Ron Holloway Perform Thursday February 12 In Northern Virginia.

Sol Roots Band With Special Guest Ron Holloway Perform Thursday February 12 In Northern Virginia.

Sol Roots band performs on Thursday February 12 with special guest Ron Holloway in Falls Church VA at the legendary JV’s. The band will perform funk, deep soul, raw blues, jazz, and rock. “He’s toured the world with some of the biggest names in funk and blues... He’s the fiery guitarist known as Sol, and his ...

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The State Theatre Presents Covered With Jam, Ron Holloway, Sol Roots And More on July 5th

On Saturday July 5th, The State Theatre presents Jamband Night 4, featuring some of the best in regional and local music, including the bands Covered with Jam, Ron Holloway, Sol Roots Trio, Colin Thompson Band, and Stomp Status. Covered With Jam is an all-star Washington DC jamband collective known for their legendary shows with crazy covers, ...

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Global Noize: SLY Reimagined

Read "SLY Reimagined" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Keyboardist/Programmer/Conceptualist/Producer Jason Miles has a knack for birthing patchwork tribute albums that don't come off as such. The man behind Miles Davis' Tutu (Warner Bros., 1986) programming has also been the force behind well received album-length nods to Davis, Brazilian bigwig Ivan Lins, pop-jazz crossover saxophonist Grover Washington Jr., and Motown megastar Marvin Gaye. Now, he ...

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Matteo Fraboni Quintet: This is My Music

Read "This is My Music" reviewed by Alex Franquelli

There is a fragile red line separating the concept of revolution from history. While the latter is strictly connected with time, the former is an exception to it: it is a nihilist diversion aimed at rebuilding our perspectives and ultimately our history. This is My Music is an intriguing challenge to the known canons of jazz. ...

Allman by Any Other Name: Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks

Read "Allman by Any Other Name: Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The post-millennial Allman Brothers Band has given birth to numerous side projects--often multiple side projects--for almost all of the current members. Both guitarists Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks have have led multiple bands outside of the Allman Brothers and both have live recordings of these side projects released within months of one another. ...

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Global Noize: A Prayer For The Planet

Read "Global Noize: A Prayer For The Planet" reviewed by Jeff Winbush

Global Noize A Prayer For The Planet Lightyear/EMI 2011 Global Noize isn't simply a rather unconventional band. It's also a high concept on a mission. Take a musician with plenty of experience making jazz and pop music (keyboardist Jason Miles), mix in a turntablist (DJ Logic, who knows his way ...

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Steve Gadd's "Live at Voce" (Deluxe Edition)

Steve Gadd's "Live at Voce" (Deluxe Edition)

One of the most recorded drummers of all time, Steve Gadd has worked with everyone from Chick Corea to Paul Simon, Maynard Ferguson to Eric Clapton. When it comes to his own projects, Gadd loves to play good-time groove music that has the danceable qualities and bluesiness of the best R&B along with the adventurous solos ...

Ron Holloway and Friends

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2003


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