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2015 NewYear's Progressions: Byrd flies into Jazz & Beyond

Laroo/Byrd Funk-Tet@J's Crabshack

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J's Crabshack, 2074 Park Street, Hartford, CT

 

Cliff Davis's Thursday edition of Early Jazz invites Laroo/Byrd with the groove of Master rhythm team Steve Clarke and George Mastrogiannis to BRING THE FUNK and splatter the joy at this top seafood joint in Hartford's Parkville section. More Info: http://www.jscrabshack.com/events/

Age limit: 18+ or w/adult

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Bernhard Haaks Quartet Featuring Duo Laroo/Byrd

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Alvin & Friends Restaurant, 14 Memorial Hwy, New Rochelle, NY 10801

 

Byrd/Laroo and bassist Cliff Schmitt join Bernhard Haaks rendering a night of straight-ahead jazz at the hottest new jazz venue in Lower Upstate New York--Two sets 7:30 and 9 pm. For more info: call (914) 654-6549 or http://www.alvinandfriendsrestaurant.com/music/

$15 cover for one set; $20 for both Age limit: All ages

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Laroo/Byrd@Jon Fisher's Sunday Hinge Jam

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Hinge Restaurant, 48 Main Street, Northampton, MA

 

Byrd & Laroo join Drummer Jon Fisher and Bassist Jason Schwartz for one set show of straight ahead jazz followed by a jazz jam at this fine eating venue in Northampton center. For more info: call 413-727-8561 or http://hingeat48.com/calendar/

Free to Diners Age limit: 18+ or w/adult

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Apr6

Byrd & Laroo w Bob Paskowitz Jazztet@Cliff Davis's Early Jazz

J's Crabshack, 2074 Park Street, Hartford, CT

 

Swing is the thing with some latin-feel jazz at this Monday nite edition of Cliff Davis's Early Jazz Series, as Byrd and Laroo on piano and bass, respectively, joins reedman extraordinaire Bob Paskowitz in Hartford's longest-standing seafood restaurant. More info at www.jscrabshack.com

Age limit: 18+ or w/adult

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My Latest ASE joy: a Funk of Burnin' Love* 

Original title: Jazz Souls on Fire, Short Blog by Warren Byrd--an ASE co-founder

*ASE=The Afro-Semitic Experience-- http://afrosemiticexperience.net/

The purpose of doing any project is nothing to do with such lofty anthropological goals as they make us want to write for the major grant proposals. It's more a matter of the non-verbal compulsion to create. Yet, as many of know there's no escaping the tyranny of linear thought and process orientation. In fact, I've learned to respect it for what it is: a way to… Read more

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