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Thursday, February 05, 2009

Riddims Lost & Found in NYC

Herbie Miller's at it again (Thank God)

In Search of the Lost Riddim: Jamaican Jazz Fusion featuring Cedric Brooks (saxophone), Ernest Ranglin (guitar), Orville Hammond (piano), Wayne Batchelor (string bass), Desmond Jones (drums), Cecil Sonny Bradshaw (trumpet & piano), Larry McDonald (conga), and Douglas Ewart (reeds & percussion)
Thursday, February 26, 2009 Conversation at 6:00 pm Concert at 7:30pm Harlem Stage @ Aaron Davis Hall West 135th Street and Convent Avenue, NYC Admission: $15 For tickets please call the box office 212-281-9240 ext. 19or visit www.harlemstage.org

Renowned Caribbean cultural historian Herbie Millercurates a once-in-a-lifetime eveningcelebrating the interconnectionbetween Jamaican and American jazz culture. The evening features nine renowned jazz musiciansperforming together for the first time, includingrenowned Jamaican guitar ace Ernest Ranglin,multi-instrumentalist Douglas Ewart, and tenor saxophonistCedric Brooks. The evening will begin with a discussion amongthese musicians, moderated by Herbie Miller. Presented through the Columbia/Harlem Jazz ProjectandHarlem Stage’s Harlem Stride series and Harlem Stage Partners Program For more information about the Center for Jazz Studies please visitwww.jazz.columbia.edu or call 212-851-1633

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