"A brilliant, feeling, almost-preemptive player in the annals of Philadelphian music." -- a.d. amorosi, New York Press
Guitarist Skip Heller, whose rough-and-tumble, sweat-drenched live shows are establishing him as the hardest-working live performer in jazz today, has announced he is going back out on the road in support of his acclaimed Hyena disc Fakebook.
The Skip Heller Quartet will appear July 16 at Dizzy's in San Diego.
In August, The Skip Heller Trio will take the stage at Tritone in Philadelphia on the 15th, followed by three dates in Alabama: the 19th in at the Elbow Room in Fairhope, a return visit to Satori in Mobile, and concluding with a show in Hunsville at the Flying Monkey.
Additional dates in the Midwest are forthcoming.
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