Low End Theory Festival of Improvised Bass Music, April 6-7 in Chicago


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Chicago's 3rd Annual
Festival of Improvised Bass Music
April 6th & 7th, 2007

The LOW END THEORY is an annual festival dedicated to highlighting Chicago's finest creative bassists. The festival seeks to acknowledge Chicago's rich history of influential jazz bassists by celebrating the present innovators on the scene.

April 6th at Velvet Lounge, 9:00pm www.velvetlounge.net

Set One: Joel Wanek, solo bass

Set Two: Tomeka Reid, cello & Karl Seigfried, bass Set Three: Josh Abrams, Tatsu Aoki, Harrison Bankhead & Yosef Ben Israel, bass quartet

April 7th at Heaven Gallery, 10:00pm www.heavengallery.com

Set One: Anton Hatwich, bass & Matt Schneider, guitar
Set Two: Fred Lonberg-Holm, cello & Jason Roebke, bass
Set Three: Kent Kessler & Nate McBride, bass duet

for more information contact Joel Wanek [email protected]

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