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This just in: The John Winn-tet is playing a free concert tonight at the Henrico Theatre from 7 to 9. The theatre requests you call in advance to reserve your seat. Check out some details below, courtesy Adam Larrabee:
We’ll be playing all kinds of jazz-oriented music, some singing, some swinging, some funk, some ballads, and maybe a surprise or two. Also a couple of funny, and poignant songs. The band will be:
John Winn: Sax & Vocals
Adam Larrabee: guitar
Randall Pharr: bass
Brian Caputo: drums.
There is a strong possibility that Daniel Clarke will drop in to play some piano as well (if his plane gets in from Minneapolis in time).
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Also tonight: Hotel X • 6.00pm; Wine Tasting featuring Carol Covell & Stan Smith Duo • 6.30pm; BopNation • 8.00pm; Jason Jenkins Trio • 8.00pm; Roger D. Carroll & Chez Roue • 9.00pm; No BS! Brass • 9.30pm.
I walked into Bogart’s last night to see John Winn and his quartet. Upon entering the door, I looked at the band to my right and noticed, to my surprise, that they were elevated. In the past couple weeks, I have been a bit hard on the relocated venue about the lack of the mysterious […]
This RVAjazz original review has been published by All About Jazz. Read the article here [where: 711 St. Christopher’s Rd., Richmond, VA 23226]
Adam Larrabee’s compositions based on Bulgarian, Turkish and Middle Eastern music require intense focus and concentration to perform. Rehearsals are of utmost importance, but considering at least three members of the quintet are “full-time daddies” as well as first-call musicians, it can be difficult to work around everyone’s schedule. Larrabee (gtr), J.C. Kuhl (sax), John […]