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JD Allen, Eric Revis and Eric McPherson at The Blue Note, August 14

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The JD Allen Trio at The Blue Note Monday, August 14th, 2006 8pm & 10:30pm

JD Allen, tenor / Eric Revis, bass / Eric McPherson, drums

Hailed by the New York Times as “a tenor saxophonist with an enigmatic,elegant and hard-driving style," J.D. Allen is one of the most thoughtful jazz saxophonists on the scene today.

The Detroit natives' apprenticeship has largely been in New York, where he has performed, recorded, and toured with legends Lester Bowie, George Cables, Betty Carter, Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, Frank Foster Big Band, Winard Harper, Butch Morris, David Murray, Wallace Roney, and contemporaries Cindy Blackman, Orrin Evans, Russell Gunn, and Me'shell N'degeocello, among others.

J.D.'s debut album, In Search Of... (Criss Cross), won him the Best New Artist award in Italy in 1999, and had reviewers praising him for his original compositions and bold playing. That same year J.D. began touring and recording with drummer Cindy Blackman's Quartet, where he remains a member.

His second release, Pharoah's Children (Criss Cross), won him accolades for its maturity and adventurousness. One of Jazziz Magazine's Critics Pics Top 10 Albums of the Year, the album was praised in the U.S. and Europe, along with leading musicians, such as Michael Brecker and Jeff “Tain" Watts.

Since making a strong impression in his early years in New York at venues like Smalls, Village Gate, and Visiones, and serving an invaluable tenure with Betty Carter, J.D. has come a long way, now fully possessed of his own sound. J.D. has appeared on NPR's Jazz Perspectives, WNYC's Soundcheck, WKCR's Musician's Show and is a member of the Romare Bearden Homecoming Jazz All-Star Band.

The Blue Note is located at:
131 West 3rd Street
RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED
212/475-8592
$5 at bar / $10 at table

Posted by: Kim Smith Public Relations

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