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Eric Revis Quartet at Kuumbwa Jazz Center

Where

Kuumbwa Jazz Center
320-2 Cedar Street
Santa Cruz, CA
831-427-2227

When

Thu, October 30, 2014
7:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2014-10-30 7:00 pm 2014-10-30 Eric Revis Quartet at Kuumbwa Jazz Center When you’ve been accompanying Branford Marsalis on bass for the better part of twenty years, you’re bound to become adept at facilitating a collective vision, but as a bandleader Eric Revis branches out with an improvisational touch and thematically broad compositions. His music is akin to his bass tone: deep, rich and woody with a flawless execution, no doubt honed by those many years with Marsalis and others, such as Kurt Rosenwinkel and McCoy Tyner. Revis’ playing is personal and distinctive while his skills as a band leader and composer are equally profound and inspiring. Rounding out his quartet are Darius Jones – alto saxophone; Bill McHenry – tenor saxophone and Ted Poor– drums. Kuumbwa Jazz Center, 320-2 Cedar Street false MM/DD/YYYY

Tickets

$22.00

Musicians

Eric Revis
Eric Revis
bass
Ted Poor
Ted Poor
drums
Darius Jones
Darius Jones
sax, alto
Bill McHenry
Bill McHenry
saxophone

About

When you’ve been accompanying Branford Marsalis on bass for the better part of twenty years, you’re bound to become adept at facilitating a collective vision, but as a bandleader Eric Revis branches out with an improvisational touch and thematically broad compositions. His music is akin to his bass tone: deep, rich and woody with a flawless execution, no doubt honed by those many years with Marsalis and others, such as Kurt Rosenwinkel and McCoy Tyner. Revis’ playing is personal and distinctive while his skills as a band leader and composer are equally profound and inspiring. Rounding out his quartet are Darius Jones – alto saxophone; Bill McHenry – tenor saxophone and Ted Poor– drums.

Bennett Jackson uploaded this event on August 4, 2014

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