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Street Beat Brass returns to Rockwood Music Hall to close the night on Friday night April 10th from midnight-1am. We played for a packed house there in January, so expect another big party this time around. Jeff Fairbanks, trombone/leader/arranger Mike Webster, alto sax Jason Wiseman, trumpet James Rogers, sousaphone Vin Scialla, drums No cover -- Suggested donation $10 Rockwood Music Hall 196 Allen St NYC 212-477-4155 www.rockwoodmusichall.com Street Beat Brass www.streetbeatbrass.com www.facebook/com/streetbeatbrass Map link for Rockwood Music Hall: https://www.google.com/maps/place/196+Allen+St,+New+York,+NYemail@example.com,-73.9885967,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x89c25983f47a9911:0xb3235ee89ee55f37Save
Street Beat Brass has been chosen to perform in front of 32,000 riders at NYC's annual TD Five Boro Bike Tour, one of the world's largest cycling events. We perform 3 sets between 8:00am and 11:30am. Our stage is on FDR Drive near the equivalent of 68th St, overlooking the East River in Manhattan. Check www.bike.nyc for more info about the overall event, and about participating media outlets to have a chance to see us broadcast. www.streetbeatbrass.com www.bike.nycSave
Street Beat Brass Band returns to The Penrose in Manhattan's UES on Sunday 6/14/15 @ 8-10pm. Penrose: 1590 2nd Ave New York, NY 212-203-2751 www.penrosebar.com/ Street Beat Brass: Jeff Fairbanks -trombone, leader Jason Wiseman -trumpet Mike Webster -alto sax James Rogers -tuba Vin Scialla -drums www.streetbeatbrass.com www.facebook.com/streetbeatbrassSave
Sounds Like: Jeff Fairbanks' Project Hansori, Street Beat Brass Band
Label: Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records
Bio: Chosen by the US State Department, Street Beat officially represented American culture on its recent tour in South America. Award-winning, internationally acclaimed trombonist leads this strolling band of handpicked veterans of Broadway and bands of Frankie Valli, Count Basie, and Glenn Miller. ...See Full Bio
“Call it diplomacy by tuba. The U.S. Department of State has selected a Queens brass band to tour Venezuela as musical ambassadors with hopes the booming tunes will thaw the chilly relationship between the two nations. Street Beat Brass, a five-piece band based in Sunnyside, in January will perform in a street parade in San Cristobal and lead a class at El Sistema, the world-renowned classical music program for low-income children. The relationship between the U.S. and Venezuela has been on a downward spiral since the fiery leftist Hugo Chavez was elected president in 1998. But Fairbanks said his band’s diverse range of music — a hodgepodge of American root genres, such as New Orleans jazz, Mexican banda, Klezmer and gospel — might just be the key to exorcising all that diplomatic beef. The band, which has been together since 2012, was invited by the U.S. Embassy in Caracas, according to the State Department.”