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Grimes Times! Grimes Times! May, 2007

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"This was to stay in wonder / reaching -- teaching -- bettering -- / that reached oblong the wish which touched a sky..." -- Henry Grimes, “Signs Along the Road"

Grimes Times! Grimes Times! May, 2007

Sunday, May 6th: Cecil Taylor's AHA3 featuring Henry Grimes & Pheeroan akLaff + special guest Andy Bey, the Blue Note, 131 West 3rd St. at 6th Ave., New York City, 8 & 1O:3O p.m., $35/ set at tables, $2O at bar, 212-475-8592, www.bluenotejazz.com/newyork/schedule/ index.shtml, [email protected] Take the A, B, C, D, E, F, or Q train to West 4th St.

Tuesday, May 8th: Marc Ribot w/ Henry Grimes & Chad Taylor, Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center, 1O7 Suffolk St. betw. Rivington & Delancey St's, New York City, 7:3O p.m., $15 (Sabir Mateen / Daniel Carter / Andrew Barker follow at 9:3O, separate admission), 212-254-542O, http://csvcenter.com/2005, www.visionfestival.org, [email protected] Take the F train to Delancey St. or the J , M , or Z to Essex St.

Tuesday-Saturday, May 15th-May 19th: Henry Grimes's Spaceship on the Runway, featuring Maestro Marshall Allen, Andrew Lamb, and Avreeayl Ra, two workshops and two concerts in the Uncool Festival at Poschiavo, Switzerland (near the Italian border), (O11-41) 81 84 4O O5O.

Please note: Both Henry Grimes's new book “Signs Along the Road" and the new Henry Grimes and Rashied Ali CD Going to the Ritual are available now!

This story appears courtesy of Margaret Davis Grimes.
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