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"This Our Music" with Knucklebean, James Carney, and the Inbetweens!

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Friends of SOUND! Please join us this Wednesday, July 9 in New York City for an evening of joyful noise!

RUCMA presents... “This Is Our Music"

Wednesday, July 9 @ Clemente Soto Velez

107 Suffolk Street between Delancey and Rivington

Doors at 7:30PM, Show at 8PM, $10/$7 for students and seniors

8PM - James Carney Group: James Carney (electric piano, compositions), John Hebert (bass), Ches Smith (drums)

9PM - Knucklebean: Ben Syversen (trumpet), Kevin Moehringer (trombone), Matt Thomas (saxophones), Matt Silberman (saxophones), Brad Farberman (guitar), Adam Minkoff (bass), Nick Anderson (drums)

10PM - The Inbetweens: Mike Gamble (guitar), Noah Jarrett (bass), Conor Elmes (drums)

On James Carney:

“Carney is a stylistic chameleon who uses different textures and colors to create tension and augment a song's complexity." - Terrell Holmes, All About Jazz

On Knucklebean:

“Local big band Knucklebean combines avant-garde skronk with rubbery funk and soul-jazz grooves." - Time Out New York

On The Inbetweens:

“The music is free and interesting, with the potential to appeal to a variety of music fans." - Mark F. Turner, All About Jazz

On “This Is Our Music" Series:

“Pointedly titled after an Ornette Coleman album, [This Is Our Music] gathers three adventurous groups under one umbrella." - Nate Chinen, The New York Times

“[This Is Our Music] is proving a valuable addition to Brooklyn's forward-thinking jazz scene." - Time Out New York (even though it's not always in Brooklyn!)



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