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Avram Fefer Trio CD Release Show May 9th featuring Michael Bisio and Chad Taylor

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Celebrating the release of Eliyahu (NotTwo Records), Avram's tenth recording as a leader. A trio recording featuring long-time collaborators, bassist Eric Revis and drummer Chad TaylorEliyahu picks up where their last recording, Ritual (Clean Feed Records) left off.... with killer grooves, memorable tunes, and potent improvisations.

For this performance, the bass chair will be filled by bassist exrtraordinaire Michael Bisio.

Monday, May 9th @ 9pm (one set only)—$10

CSV Cultural Center
107 Suffolk St # 312
New York, NY 10002
(212) 353-3707

“Although there are hundreds of fine sax players who live and play in the NYC area, there are just a few that blow me away each & every time I hear them play. I've caught him with Michael Bisio, Bobby Few and (just last week) with Adam Lane, as well as with his own trios and each set has been special. ' This disc is not just some free/jazz blow-out. It is a collection of spirited, memorable songs that you will not forget any time soon. And each of Avram's solos tug at the heart, soul and minds of those who,listen closely and let themselves be carried away. Both bassist Eric Revis and drummer Chad Taylor are perfect band-mates for this mighty trio. I am still humming those wonderful themes and will do so long into the good night." —Bruce Lee Gallanter, Downtown Music Gallery

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