For Immediate Release: TK Blue's Tour Itinerary
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MARCH 19th James Weidman at PS 208 21 West 111 Street tel 212.678.2882 1:30 PM APRIL 17th Hartford, Connecticut with Randy Weston
30th UP OVER JAZZ CAFE in Brooklyn T.K.BLUE featuring Onaje Allan Gumbs on piano. three sets starting at 9pm....$18 cover and $5 minimum351 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238 (718) 398-5413
MAY 1st UP OVER JAZZ CAFE in Brooklyn T.K.BLUE featuring Onaje Allan Gumbs on piano. three sets starting at 9pm....$18 cover and $5 minimum 351 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238 (718) 398-5413
2nd Schomburg Museum Tribute to Randy Weston 3PM with Larry Ridley, 515 Malcolm X Boulevard New York, (212) 491-2200
8th Bones and Blues Club,Los Angeles with Jimmy Scott The Center, 10950 South Central Avenue www.wlcac.org (323)563-5639
9th San Francisco Jazz Festival with Jimmy Scott www.sfjazz.org
14th Newark Museum, Newark, NJ...CD record release party with Steve & Iqua Colson 49 Washington Street Newark, New Jersey 973-596-6550
21-23rd Jazz Standard in NYC with Randy Weston 116 East 27th Street, New York, NY 10016 (212) 576-2232
22nd Aaron Davis Hall, NYC,concert with Yacub Addy & the Dance Troupe from Ghana called Odadaa...also featuring Stefon Harris, www.aarondavidhall.org Convent Avenue b/w West 135th and 136th Streets
29th Atlanta, Georgia Jazz Festival with Jimmy Scott
30th Atlanta, Georgia Jazz Festival with Randy Weston www.atlantafestivals.com
26th Toronto Jazz Festival with Jimmy Scott www.tojazz.com
27th Montreal Jazz Festival with Jimmy Scott www.montrealjazzfest.com
3rd TK BLUE in concert at the Batimore Museum of Art 7pm to 9pm 10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore, MD 410/396-6001
Who is TK Blue?
Saxophonist/Flutist/Composer T.K. Blue's musical exploits, on the bandstand and in the recording studio, shout and scream artist deserving wider recognition. He is among a class of seasoned, vital, and potent jazz artists who straddle the fence between emerging and veteran talent. Bathed in post-bebop, Blue leavens that foundation with a broad sense of melody, rhythm, and harmony that reflects his many travels and auspicious stopovers on the road to jazz mastery, which he is most assuredly traveling. Find out more at www.tkblue.com TK and Arkadia Records
The first album Blue released with Arkadia in 1999 was Another Blue (Arkadia 70351), an all-acoustic session featuring an impressive collection of jazz stars who have intersected with the leader during his twenty-plus years as an active, vital performer. guests on this stirring session include Randy Weston, Eddie Henderson, and Onaje Allan Gumbs. In Blue's second CD with Arkadia Jazz entitled Eyes of the Elders (Arkadia 70352), TK brings a hard-earned ancient-to-the-future sensibility to a program of wholly contemporary material. He is joined on this outing by an ensemble of all-star team players that span three generations, including Stefon Harris, Randy Brecker, Eric Reed, Lonnie Plaxico, Jeff Tain" Watts, James Weidman, Joanne Brackeen, and Steve Kroon.
A new album is in the works for 2004!! Visit www.arkadiarecords.com for updates.
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