Art Lillard April Performances


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Art Lillard upcoming performances with various bands:

Thursday, April 13
The Jan Leder Quartet
The Eighth Note
254 West 23rd Street, New York City
Jan Leder on flute, Hiroshi Yamazaki on piano, Sean Smith on bass, Art Lillard on drums
Sets at 10:30 PM & 12 midnight
$7 cover, 2 drink minimum
www.Jan Leder.info

Sunday, April 16
Art Lillard's Heavenly Band in a CD release event performance
Nuyorican Poets Cafe
236 East 3rd Street between Avenues B and C, New York City
8:00 till 11:00 PM
$10 admission

Monday, April 17
Art Lillard Quartet
The Ear Inn
326 Spring Street, between Greenwich & Washington Streets, NYC
11:59 PM till 3:00 AM
I will be performing with a band of jazz all-stars. On the roster are Bob Mover (formerly with Charles Mingus & Chet Baker) on tenor and alto saxes; Jon Davis (formerly with Jaco Pastorius, Joe Henderson, & Stan Getz) on keyboard; and Sean Smith (with Jacky Terrasson, formerly with Lee Konitz & Phil Woods) on bass.

Saturday, April 22
The Art Lillard Quartet
The Garage
99 Seventh Avenue South, between Grove and Barrow Streets, New York City
Doug Largent on bass, Art Lillard on drums, Jay Collins on saxes, Hiroshi Yamazaki on piano
From 5:45 till 9:45 PM
No cover charge

Sunday, April 23 The Art Lillard Quintet
Peninsula Library
280 Central Avenue, Lawrence, Long Island, NY
Art Lillard on drums, Jan Leder on flute, Lou Caputo on saxes, Hiroshi Yamazaki on piano, Kelly Friesen on bass
2:30 till 4:00 PM
Free admission

Thursday, April 27
The Art Lillard Quartet
Szechuan Tokyo
1245 New Britain Avenue, Hartford, CT
Steve Blum on guitar, Nick Cudahy on bass, Lou Caputo on saxes, Art Lillard on drums
7:30 till 10:30 PM
Szechuan Tokyo

You can hear clips of Reasons to be Thankful, my new Heavenly Band cd on the Summit label, at “Reasons to be Thankful" audio clips < http://www.artlillard.com/audio.htm> on my web site. The cd is available at record stores everywhere.

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