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Pete Zimmer Band @ Blues Alley Monday, February 26, 2007, 8PM and 10PM

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Pete Zimmer Band
Featuring:
Joel Frahm - Tenor Saxophone
Toru Dodo - Piano
David Wong - Bass
Pete Zimmer - Drums

at BLUES ALLEY
1073 Wisconsin Ave., N.W.
Washington D.C.
Monday, February 26, 2007
8pm and 10pm $18 Cover

Latest CD
? Pete Zimmer Quintet, Judgment
George Garzone: tenor saxophone; Michael Rodriguez: trumpet; Joel Frahm: tenor saxophone; Toru Dodo: piano; John Sullivan: bass; David Wong: bass; Pete Zimmer: drums (Tippin' Records)

What The Critics Are Saying:

“The best kept secret in straight ahead jazz circa 2006"
--All Music Guide

Judgment is packed with memorable pieces, including a pair of edgy, show-stopping duo numbers, with Garzone and Zimmer sparring like they'd been doing so forever ... “Cut Off" is a Jazz Messenger-style tune featuring engaging turns by Frahm, trumpeter Michael Rodriguez, Dodo and Zimmer that leaves listeners wanting more"
--DownBeat Magazine

“Take note pronto of this young up-and-coming drummer/leader on his second disc. Rooted in hard bop, albeit shaded with modern harmonies, the quintet is winning while Zimmer's drumming boasts a crisp, swinging command with judicious musicality"
--Modern Drummer Magazine

“A recent performance at Cecil's Jazz Club was even more impressive than the recordings"
--AllAboutJazz.com

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