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Henry Grimes Trio w/ Andrew Lamb & Newman Taylor Baker named "Best Jazz Trio"

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Henry Grimes Trio featuring Andrew Lamb and Newman Taylor Baker designated “Best Jazz Trio of the Year" by “NYPress" in its “Best of Manhattan" issue, 1O/O4!!

“Henry Grimes plays the bass with absolute control, spinning tales without words, enriching the room with the depth of his bass. Newman Taylor Baker can capture any rhythm and will surprise you two or three times each show with how far he can take percussion. And Andrew Lamb works his saxophone and flute, paying close attention to the silence between the sounds, layering. They played at the Vision Festival Concert Series, and most recently at Zebulon in Williamsburg. When you see this collaboration [listed] ... stop what you're doing."

- Steven Psyllos, NYPress

Stop what you're doing!

This trio will play next on Tuesday, Nov. 3Oth, 'O4 at the Baha'i Center, John Birks Gillespie Auditorium, 53 East 11th St., New York City, two sets from 8 p.m., 212-33O-93O9, www.bahainyc.org/jazz.html, [email protected], [email protected]

P.S. from Vision Festival producer Patricia Nicholson Parker, 3/O4:

“Henry Grimes is a very special gift to this scene. He plays with so much dedication and gentleness in his music. The group with Andrew Lamb and Newman Taylor-Baker under Henry's leadership is filled with freedom and zest and enthusiasm and great music. You really can hear the special voice of each musician. They give each other all the space and yet all the fullness of sound. It is wonderful to hear."

For bookings, interviews, & further information:

www.HenryGrimes.com, [email protected], Voicemail 212-841-O899.

[NOTE: No unauthorized recording or filming will be permitted at any Henry Grimes concert.]

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