Loading Events

« All Events

Fri, October 6 @ 9:30 pm - 10:45 pm

$35 – $85

Goldings/ Bernstein/ Stewart Organ Trio

DOORS @6:30PM, SHOWTIME @7PM / DOORS @9PM, SHOWTIME @9:30PM

In the mid 1990s, The New York Times described Larry Goldings, Peter Bernstein, and Bill Stewart as “the best organ trio of the last decade.” The trio, which has now been together for over 30 years, has been recognized for charting new ground, with its synergistic playing, and thoughtful music. They have over a dozen recordings, all of which display their distinctive sound, whether exploring the depths of jazz standards, or playing their own original compositions. Of their newest offering, Toy Tunes (Pirouet), Downbeat said, “The whole album subtly subverts organ-trio cliches, offering not chicken-shack party stomps but instead some hip after-hours atmospherics…4 stars”

Larry Goldings – With his signature Hammond organ style and versatility on many keyboards, Boston native Larry Goldings (b. 1968) has traversed not only the wide spectrum of jazz where he is perhaps best known, but also the worlds of funk, pop, and electronic music. High in demand as a sideman, Goldings’ sound can be heard on scores of albums by artists in a variety of musical genres.

Peter Bernstein – Guitarist Peter Bernstein has been an integral part of the world jazz scene since 1989. He has been sought out by musicians from all generations – touring with legendary players such as Jimmy Cobb, Lou Donaldson, Bobby Hutcherson, Lee Konitz, Sonny Rollins, and Dr. Lonnie Smith and jazz stars of today such as Eric Alexander, Brad Mehldau, Diana Krall, Nicholas Payton, and Joshua Redman. His recognizable guitar voice graces over a hundred recordings.

Bill Stewart – Originally from Des Moines, Iowa, drummer Bill Stewart (b. 1967) made his name as the rhythmic force behind guitarist John Scofield since 1990 and still collaborating with him regularly since 1990. He is now one of the most sought after jazz drummers in the world. Stewart’s playing is distinguished by its melodic focus, and its polyrhythmic, or layered, character. Although his drumming bears the influence of various melodic and hard swinging drummers who preceded him, including Max Roach, Roy Haynes, and Jack DeJohnette, Stewart’s voice is clearly his own, and has influenced a younger generation of drummers.

Details

Date:
Fri, October 6
Time:
9:30 pm - 10:45 pm
Series:
Cost:
$35 – $85
Event Tags:

Venue

Blue LLama Jazz Club
314 S. Main St.
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 United States
+ Google Map
Phone
734-372-3200
View Venue Website

Organizer

Blue LLama Jazz Club
Phone
734-372-3200
View Organizer Website

Other

Event Header Summary
DOORS @6:30PM, SHOWTIME @7PM / DOORS @9PM, SHOWTIME @9:30PM
Primary Ticket Link
http://www.opentable.com/restaurant/profile/1015081/reserve?restref=1015081&datetime=2023-10-06T18:00&covers=2&searchdatetime=2023-10-06T18:00&partysize=2
Secondary Ticket Link
http://www.opentable.com/restaurant/profile/1015081/reserve?restref=1015081&datetime=2023-10-06T18:00&covers=2&searchdatetime=2023-10-06T18:00&partysize=2
Primary Ticket Link Text
Pre-Pay $85 Dinner & Show
Secondary Ticket Link Text
Pre-Pay Cocktail Table Ticket + Show $35