In Association with E-Man Williams & T.P.C. presents
BLACK MUSIC LEGACIES IN JAZZ A Tribute to the Music of
Three Legendary Artists
John Coltrane Lee Morgan Doug Carn
Join us for an evening of exciting Jazz and Poetry
Coming Saturday JUNE 21 8:PM – Until
@ The Performers Corner 214 Hardy Street Inglewood , CA. 90301 (near La Brea & Century Blvd.) Information: (951- 840-7120
Host/MC- Robert J. Carmack
Donation: $20 at Door (includes adult or soft beverage with snacks)
Through the art of music & poetry, we will pay homage to some of the greatest musicians to play jazz.
Guests Musicians performing , Saxophonist Dale Fielder, Guitarist Jacques Lesure, ,
Alah-Deen & Mechelle La’Chaux
Special invited poet : Tu’Nook & Host Robert J. Carmack
Willard Jenkins- JazzTimes Magazine : As a saxophonist, Fielder’s style lies somewhere between Shorter’s tensile fragility and Coltrane’s towering strength. He straddles this line well.
Jazz Critic -Scott Yanow -“Those who love Wes Montgomery, Grant Green, early George Benson and straight ahead jazz guitar in general will find much to enjoy in Jacques Lesure’s playing. It is not that Lesure necessarily sounds exactly like any of the earlier greats. Instead,he infuses the tradition with his own musical personality and enthusiastic ideas”
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Just waiting for you to take this on the road and head this way — to the Hampton Roads area of Virginia.