Upcoming Appearances For Elliott Caine In Support Of His New CD "Blues from Mars"


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Thursday, June 29, 7-9pm: Farmers Market, 3rd & Fairfax, LA (Elliott Caine Quintet)

Friday, June 30, 6:30-10:30pm: Ports O' Call, @ Berth 76, Port of LA, San Pedro (EC Quartet)

Saturday, July 1, noon-2pm: Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 North Sepulveda Blvd., LA (EC Quintet - EC-trumpet, Carl Randall-tenor sax, Scott Oakley-piano, Bill Markus-bass, Kenny Elliott-drums)

Monday, July 3, 6:30-10:15pm: Schatzi on Main, 3110 Main St., Santa Monica (EC Quartet)

Thursday, July 6, 8:30-11pm: Zona Rosa Caffe, 15 South El Molino, Pasadena (EC Quintet)

Saturday, July 8, 8-11:30pm: Cafe 322, 322 West Sierra Madre Blvd., Sierra Madre (EC Quartet)

Wednesday, July 12, 8-10:30pm: Jazz Bakery, 3233 Helms Ave., Culver City (EC Quintet- EC-trumpet, Carl Randall-tenor sax, John Rangel- piano, Bill Markus-bass, Kenny Elliott-drums + Friends-Justo Almario- tenor sax, Munyungo Jackson-perc., DJ Bonebrake-vibes); RECORD RELEASE PARTY FOR BLUES FROM MARS!!! For reservations & info, please phone: 310-271-9039.

Thursday, July 13, 8-11pm: 4 Olives Restaurant, 4276 Atlantic Ave., North Long Beach (EC Trio)

Tuesday, July 18, 2-4pm: Angelus Plaza Senior Activity Center, 255 South Hill St., LA (EC Quintet)

Sunday, July 23, 5:30-9:30pm, Colombo's Italian Restaurant, 1833 Colorado Blvd., Eagle Rock (EC Quartet)

Elliott Caine has this to say about his new CD Blues from Mars, that will be released on June 27th.

“I feel it is our best release yet. It consists of 9 original compositions and one standard, “I Thought About You"."Besides myself on trumpet and flugelhorn, I feel blessed to have recorded with some true artists: Carl Randall on tenor sax, John Rangel on piano, Bill Markus on bass, Kenny Elliott on drums. We were supplemented on certain tracks with the great talents of Justo Almario on tenor sax, Mike Rose on bari sax, Munyungo Jackson, Inocente Alvarez, Cayito Dearborn on percussion, DJ Bonebrake on vibes, and Probyn Gregory on theremin.

These musicians have played and or recorded extensively with Freddie Hubbard, Natalie Cole, Miles Davis, Lou Rawls, Orquesta Aragon, Brian Wilson, X, et al., and most of them will be performing at the Bakery for the CD release party."

Please join us for a memorable musical experience and a great party!

About Elliott Caine

Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, Elliott played in various local R&B and jazz groups, including The Indiana University Jazz Ensemble, as well as studying with the renowned David Baker, Jazz Department Chair at Indiana University.

In Los Angeles, Elliott has performed and/or recorded with numerous groups and individuals, including Teddy Edwards, Ernie Andrews, O.C. Smith, Wycliff Jean, Beck, The Beastie Boys, The Machito Orchestra, Rudy Calzado (former collaborator with Celia Cruz), Bobby Matos, Johnny Martinez, Tierra, The Solsonics, legendary jazz drummer Larance Marable; comedian/singer Joey Cheezhee, including appearances on television's “Entertainment Tonight" and an HBO special, “On The Ledge". Elliott was also an integral part of the renowned Latin-ska group, Jump With Joey, including three tours of Japan, numerous recordings, and several tours of the USA, and a performance at Capitol Records' 50th anniversary party celebration. One of the centennial celebrations of Kurt Weill featured Elliott's trumpet- playing in “Nina Wachenfeld Sings Kurt Weill". Additionally, Elliott was part of the orchestra featured at the LA House of Blues presentation, “Andy Kaufman: Dead or Alive?" Elliott also received a Platinum Record for his work with the rock group, Filter.

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