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Carmen Lundy August 22 Jazz in the Plaza, East Orange, NJ

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Carmen Lundy and the New Songbook Artists

Robert Glasper - piano
Curtis Lundy - bass
Jason Brown - drums
Mayra Casales - percussion


City Hall Plaza in East Orange, NJ
August 22, 2006
7:30PM
Free
Jazz in the Plaza, East Orange, NJ

“Now, for those who've missed some or all of Lundy's seven previous albums, there's this two-disc set, recorded live at LA's Madrid Theatre, that serves as a stunning showcase for 18 compositions, old and new. Backed by a superlative spectrum of players she's worked with over the years ... “--Christopher Loudon, JazzTimes

“Listening to Carmen Lundy “live" on Jazz and the New Songbook: Live at the Madrid is truly a remarkable experience and solidifies the adage that she is in a class all her own"--Paula Edelstein, All Music Guide

“Let's just say, she's exceptionally talented. Vocalist, painter, composer, anything she wants to be ... “--Tavis Smiley, Tavis Smiley Show

Upcoming Performances:

August 11, 2006 :: The Triple Door, Seattle, WA
August 22, 2006 :: Jazz in the Plaza, East Orange, NJ
September 10, 2006 :: John Ansord Ford Amphitheatre, Hollywood, CA
September 21 - 22, 2006 :: Culture & Arts Center, Istanbul, Turkey
September 30, 2006 :: Berklee Beantown Jazz Festival, Boston, MA
October 2 - 4, 2006 :: UMO Jazz House, Helsinki, Finland
October 19, 2006 :: Miami Performing Arts Center, Miami, FL
October 20, 2006 :: Jazz at The Hyatt, Cincinnati, Ohio
October 21 - 22, 2006 :: Jazz Mentors Program, Princeton, NJ
November 13 - 20, 2006 :: Various: Angola, Africa
March 4, 2007 :: Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, CA
March 25 - 8, 2007 :: Various: Italy Tour



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