This heinous snow storm has taken its toll. Ray Anderson’s flight has been canceled, and Adam Larrabee is stuck in Charlottesville. We’ve promised that the show will go on regardless of weather, and that it will.
This heinous snow storm has taken its toll. After monitoring Delta airlines and @Flack4RIC all day, we’ve found out that Ray Anderson’s flight has been canceled. Additionally, Charlottesville-based Adam Larrabee (leader of the event’s second band) is seeing some of the worst of the storm and is snowed in. We’ve promised that the show will go on regardless of weather, and that it will.
We were really looking forward to seeing Ray Anderson — and before that, Tim Berne — perform with the local musicians whom we have gotten to know so well. But now, more than ever, RVAJazzfest will really be a spotlight on Richmond’s brilliant music scene.
I’ve chosen these bands not because they would just make a good complement to a featured artist (whether Berne or Anderson), but because they’re able to stand on their own as amazing and forward-thinking musicians. So the new last-minute line-up? Not too shabby, if you ask me:
Jones+Kuhl [Brian Jones & J.C. Kuhl duo]
Trio of Justice
We hope to see you at The Camel tonight for what should still be an incredible night. Music starts at 9pm sharp.
RVAJazzfest featuring Ombak, Jones+Kuhl, and Trio of Justice takes place on Saturday, February 6, 2010, at 9pm at The Camel, 1621 W Broad St., Richmond VA.