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George Caldwell's "Americana" at Cobi's Place on August 8th

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Tribal Records and the Jazz Center of New York present

George Caldwell's “Americana."

Sunday, August 8, 2010, at 7 p.m., followed by a Meet-The-Artists Reception.

George Caldwell plays selections from “Americana," his new CD, at Cobi's Place, 158 W. 48th St. (btwn 6th and 7th Aves.) New York, NY 10036.

JCNY: [email protected] or 516-624-9406

George Caldwell- piano; Longineu Parsons- trumpet; Von Barlow- drums; Bassist- tba.

*Admission by Advance Sale only! Limited Seating!
Please make check for $25 payable to George Caldwell and mail to:
Jazz Center of New York, P.O. Box 395, Hicksville, NY 11802-0395.
A copy of George's new CD is included in the price.

George Caldwell has toured the world with the premier jazz orchestras of our time. He followed Mulgrew Miller into the Duke Ellington Orchestra (3 yrs. under the direction of Mercer Ellington), he played with the Savoy Sultans at the Rainbow Room (1 1/2 yr. under the direction of leader and drummer David 'Panama' Francis) and the Count Basie Orchestra (7 yrs. under the direction of the great Frank Foster as well as Grover Mitchell). A partial listing of the many great artists he has shared the bandstand with includes Dizzy Gillespie, George Benson, Quincy Jones, Joe Williams, Max Roach, Bobby McFerrin, Clark Terry, Cab Calloway, Lou Rawls, Savion Glover, Jon Faddis, Kenny Garrett and Roy Hargrove. His new cd features tunes from the American songbook, including Duke Ellington, Cole Porter, and Henry Mancini.

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