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Guitarist Paul Caraher at Caffe Vivaldi Sunday, October 21st

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Paul Caraher at Caffe Vivaldi, Sunday, October 21st @ 7:30PM

Caffe Vivaldi is at 32, Jones Street, off Bleeker Street, Near Seventh Ave.
(212) 691-7538

No Cover.

Nearest subway stops:
West 4th Street Station (Take the W3rd St.Exit) Trains: A,B,C,D,E,F,V
Christopher Street Station Trains: 1,9

Guitarist Paul Caraher performs both as a solo one-man-band and also as a duo named Funkatronic with his brother, Justin, who plays drums. Growing up in Nashville, the two relocated to Rhode Island six years ago and have independently released two cds: Caraher (2002) and Up From the Underground (2006). In a review of Caraher in an issue of Jazz Improv, Winthrop Bedford says: “The album features three originals by Paul Caraher ... and both brothers show a level of harmonic sophistication, and mastery of their various instruments that offers promise for the future." As a solo one-man-band, Paul plays a mix of originals and some jazz standards by Miles Davis and Charlie Parker. Similar to Keller Williams, Paul loops several parts entirely live and in the moment, gradually building a textured and full sound. More information on Paul Caraher at the website below.

This story appears courtesy of Jim Eigo, Jazz Promo Services.
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