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Jesse Fischer & Soul Cycle To Tour OH and PA

Published: 2012-05-24
Jesse Fischer NEW YORK, NY: Brooklyn-based pianist/composer Jesse Fischer
Jesse Fischer
Jesse Fischer
b.1980
keyboard
and his jazz/funk band Soul Cycle will be hitting the road this June to promote their latest album Homebrew, released independently in Sept 2011. Fischer will be backed by a stellar cast of long-time associates, including Sean Jones alumnus Brian Hogans
Brian Hogans
Brian Hogans
b.1982
sax, alto
(alto saxophone), Cleveland native Jerome Jennings (drums), Josh David (bass), Nozomi Yamaguchi (guitar), and Shawn Banks (percussion).

Jesse Fischer & Soul Cycle will be appearing at the following dates and locations: Thu, May 31, 2012 — Nighttown — Cleveland, OH Sat, June 2, 2012 — Pittsburgh JazzLive International Festival — Pittsburgh, PA Mon, June 4, 2012 — Chris’ Jazz Café — Philadelphia, PA

Featuring special guests including Gretchen Parlato
Gretchen Parlato
Gretchen Parlato

vocalist
, Stefon Harris
Stefon Harris
Stefon Harris
b.1973
vibraphone
, and Sean Jones
Sean Jones
Sean Jones
b.1978
trumpet
, Homebrew draws influence from 70ʼs-era jazz fusion, Memphis soul, singer- songwriter pop, and psychedelic rock. JazzTimes calls it “ambitious” while Creative Loafing Atlanta writes, “rarely does a contemporary jazz album attempt to impress fans of straight-ahead without forsaking its dance-floor groove and old soul references.” Chris Wells of Echoes (U.K.) calls Homebrew “a genuine pleasure — the style is simple, straightforward, and impressively delievered.”


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