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Christian Scott plus Matt Pavolka Band in Brooklyn

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WHAT:
The 6th installment of the “what is jazz" series “Real. Live. Music."

WHO:
Grammy-nominated Trumpeter
CHRISTIAN SCOTT and his band

plus

MATT PAVOLKA BAND

  • Ben Monder (guitar)
  • Pete Rende (piano)
  • Ted Poor (drums)
  • Matt Pavolka (bass)

    WHEN:
    Wednesday Sept 17th, 8 PM

    WHERE:
    Public Assembly (formerly Galapagos Art Space)
    70 N 6th St | Brooklyn, NY 11211
    SUBWAY: L to Bedford Ave


    COST:
    $10 online / $15 door


    Praise for Christian Scott's sophomore project ANTHEM:


    “Anthem is the work of an artist who has fully arrived into his creative possibility, and yet points toward something mysterious and anticipatory in the process. Anthem approaches brilliance." -- All Music Guide

    “[Anthem's songs are] hybrids of jazz, indie rock, hip hop, and soul...Rangy and savvy, lyrical and explosive, Anthem is the work of a hard-working young man with his ears wide open and his head firmly down." -- (BBC


    “...funk and rock infused style, marked by odd meters, urgent grooves, and passionate romancing." -- Billboard



    more on Matt Pavolka Band on CD Baby


    “Cutting-edge modern improvised compositional arena-rock jazz." -- himself

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