3 Generations Of Freddie Hubbard Alumni at Blue Whale on October 11-12

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A spontaneous Hub reunion of Freddie Hubbard’s band members. From the 70s, Henry Franklin on bass. Carrying the rhythm section in the 80s and 90s, Carl Allen on drums with John Beasley on keyboards, and standing out front on sax was Bob Sheppard. Joining the band in the 90s was Kathy Salem on sax. On the reunion stage, Ambrose Akinmusire join this alumni band.

2 nights, 4 sets in the spirit of Freddie!

“I was changing the style of the trumpet. I was trying to play the trumpet like a saxophone. Instead of saying, 'Dah, dah, du, du, di, di, di, do,' I was saying, 'Diddly, do, du, do, dah, do, wham, bam, be,' playing more intervals. And I was trying to make those as long glissando runs, like 'trun, da, dun, dun, da, lun, da, da, da, da, da,' and trumpet players don't do that.” —Freddie Hubbard

Friday, October 11 + Saturday, October 12
Two sets: 9p + 10:30p

Blue Whale
123 Astronaut E S Onizuka St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-620-0908

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