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Bassist Bruno Raberg at the The Outpost 186 in Cambridge, MA

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Sweden-born experimental/jazz bassist and composer Bruno Raberg will perform with various bands this month.

His latest album The LifeLines received reviews from various sources such as Hartford Courant, All About Jazz, Jazz.com, etc. Jerry D’Souza in All About Jazz describes the album, “The improvisations are a study of the understanding between the four….the way each player nimbly threads his way into the spaces set by the others is quite astonishing…Raberg, as may well be expected, comes up with another delectable recording.” Also, Bill Milkowski in JazzTimes states “For sheer output, it's astounding. And the depth of expression and degree of surprise represented here is remarkable." He is definitely an artist to check out.

11/13/2008
8:00 PM

Dave Fox Adventure in Sound feat. Dave Tronzo
Dave Fox (drums)
Dave Tronzo (guitar)
Josh Rosen (piano)
Bruno Råberg (bass)

Venue:
The Outpost 186
186 ½ Hampshire St., Inman Sq. Cambridge, MA

11/14/2008
8:30PM

John Marasco Trio
John Marasco (guitar)
Phil Grenadier (trumpet)
Bruno Raberg (bass)

Venue:
Tosca Restaurant
14 North Street
Hingham, MA

11/15/2008
7:30PM

Phil Sargent Trio:
Phil Sargent (guitar)
Bruno Raberg (bass)
Craig Fahey (drums)

Venue:
UnWine’d
865 Second St., Mallard Pont Plaza
Manchester, NH 03102

Go to Bruno’s Myspace for listening to his music.

Don’t forget to check out his website for more information.

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