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Month: May 2018

Show of the Week: Miles Davis – 7 Feb 1975 – Tokyo

Show of the Week: Miles Davis – 7 Feb 1975 – Tokyo

To honor the recent passing of guitarist Reggie Lucas, we present this Show of the Week from February 7, 1975 at Shinjuku Kohseinenkin Hall, Tokyo, Japan. This was days after the Osaka shows that went on to form the basis of the Pangaea and Agharta official releases. Miles Davis Group: Miles Davis (tpt, org); Sonny Fortune (ss, as, fl); Pete Cosey (g, perc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (el... »

Yes Featuring Anderson, Rabin & Wakeman Have Announced a 50th Anniversary World Tour

Yes Featuring Anderson, Rabin & Wakeman Have Announced a 50th Anniversary World Tour

Yes Featuring Anderson, Rabin & Wakeman have announced a 50th anniversary world tour. The tour—which they’ve dubbed Yes Featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman: 100 Show World Tour—begins in June in Warsaw, Poland and features shows in Scandinavia, Germany, the U.K. and North America in 2018, going on to South America, Central and Southern Europe and ending in Japan and the Fa... »

Billy Cobham Announces the Return of His “Art of the Rhythm Section” Retreat

Billy Cobham Announces the Return of His “Art of the Rhythm Section” Retreat

Drumming legend and fusion pioneer Billy Cobham will bring his highly acclaimed Art of the Rhythm Section Retreat back to the Mesa Arts Center for its third year, offering a one-of-a-kind immersive educational program for guitarists, bassists, drummers, keyboardists, and for the first time, woodwind players. Geared for advanced rhythm section students, music educators and working professionals ali... »

Show of the Week: Remember Shakti – Live at Jazz a Vienne

Show of the Week: Remember Shakti – Live at Jazz a Vienne

Remember Shakti is a quintet which combines elements of traditional Indian music with elements of jazz. The band consists of English guitarist John McLaughlin, Zakir Hussain (tabla), U. Srinivas (mandolin), Shankar Mahadevan (vocals), and V. Selvaganesh (kanjira, ghatam, mridangam), who are all of Indian descent. The band’s name is derived from John Mclaughlin’s acoustic Indian fusion ... »

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