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Bradford Hayes

Bradford Hayes

Jazz Newark, NJ  US
Tunji's Blues
Tunji's Blues
My Sons
My Sons
One Little Indian
One Little Indian

Shows

  • 2011

    Feb 19

    Newark, NJ, US | 4:00pm
  • 2011

    Feb 12

    South Orange, NJ, US | 12:00pm

    Anyone interested should contact Elijah Bernard (313) 600......-6000 or Greg Jenkins (609)638-3440. THIS PLACE IS GREAT with GREAT FOOD and MARTINIS!

  • 2010

    Nov 30

    Newark, NJ, US | 6:00pm

    The Bradford Hayes Quartet plays the Reception for the Newark YMCA's 17th Annual Leaders & Legends EventFriday, July 9, 2010 10:17 AM

  • 2010

    Nov 21

    New Providence, NJ, US | 2:00pm

    The Bradford Hayes Quartet

  • 2010

    Nov 12

    Newark, NJ, US | 7:00pm

    Jazz for Justice presented by the Association of Black Law Students at Rutger University featuring the Bradford Hayes Quartet

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Label: Intensity Music, LLC

Manager: Need One!

Bio: BRADFORD HAYES, a native of Petersburg, Virginia has been a force on the jazz scene in the Northeastern U.S. for many years now. Bradford has performed in different musical settings with Jimmy Heath, Rufus Reid, Jerry Butler, and The Dells. Mr. Hayes has also opened for Chico Freeman, Betty Carte...See Full Bio

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Press

“Hayes' interpretations of works by some of his saxophone idols shows his enduring respect for their contributions to the continuum of jazz. Wayne Shorter's Black Nile, done in up-tempo straight-ahead fashion, showcases blistering and well-crafted solos by Eubanks, Cochrane and Hayes. The pace moves to a more relaxed groove on Benny Golson's Whisper Not with each of the front line players taking their turns at bat with Cochrane tickling the ivories in formidable fashion.”

— Stephen Fratallone, Jazz Connection Magazine

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The Jazz Life
Aug 18, 2010

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