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Wallace Roney: The Jazz Legacy Series at Creole in NYC

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Creole Music Supper Club, in association with Brownstone Entertainment Complex, LLC, proudly present: The Jazz Legacy Series

Combine the exquisite dining experience of Creole with the flavor of Internationally known Jazz Artists... toss in the nostalgia of an ambiance found in elegant Supper Clubs and you have our Jazz Legacy Series. Brownstone Entertainment Complex, LLC; bringing Jazz back uptown to what was once the spawning ground of the Be-bop Era, and its traditions.

It was the late 80s; there was a Band out, touring the South of France, playing Gil Evans Arrangements of Sketches of Spain, conducted by Quincy Jones. At that time the Bandleader was not able to perform all of his solos, due to ill health. Instead, a young man was told to take those solos for Miles.

That young man discovered that he, and Miles shared the same Birthday; Miles took him under his wing, gave him one of his trumpets, and became a major influence in his life, sharing with him some of the insider tools of the trade. This young man became, and is a true exponent of Davis work, as is Jon Faddis of Dizzy Gillespie's work. The cream always rises to the top, just so has he risen to the top of his game; being influenced by Miles, but then finding his own voice in today's times. On Friday March 27th and Saturday March 28th we are pleased to present; the Stellar Mr. Wallace Roney.



Creole is located at 2167 Third Avenue
(N.E. corner of 118th St.)New York, N.Y.10035.
Closest Subway: Lexington Avenue stop @ 116th St.
Closest Bus: goes up Third Avenue.

On Friday March 20th & Saturday March 21st.
2 shows nightly at 8.00pm & 10.00pm. Creole (212) 876-8838 - Reservations are recommended!

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