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Sounds Like: Chris Botti, Chuck Mangione, Mark Isham, Bra Hugh Masekela
Label: Infinite Room RPM
Manager: Chris Whitehead
Bio: NYC trumpet player and composer Pam Fleming is the leader of original world jazz group Fearless Dreamer. In addition to touring internationally with eclectic blues group Hazmat Modine and Black Rock Coalition’s Nina Simone Tribute Orchestra, Pam is best known for her work with Lilith Fair artists... See Full BioMore Info
We will video tonight! The Band: Pam Fleming - trumpet, flugelhorn, composer Allen Won - saxes Jim West - grand piano, keys David Phelps - guitar Leo Traversa - bass Todd Isler - drums, hand drums
7:30pm - 10pm Featuring: Pam Fleming--trumpet Lily White--saxes Janice Friedman--piano Jennifer Vincent--bass www.bowerywineco.com
The 4rd Annual Hastings-on-Hudson Take Me to the River Grassroots Music Festival. Music all Day- HAZMAT MODINE at 8:25-9:25pm Presented by 12milesnorth Check back to the website as the festival nears for full lineup and further information.
Special Slichot Concert! featuring a solo set from Jon Madof to open the evening, and the full-on performance by the great Ayn Sof Arkestra! Original Music by the Big Band's members! Followed by the Slichot services at midnight. Ayn Sof Arkestra The Max Raiskin Center for the Arts at the Sixth Street Community Synagogue, in Manhattan’s historic East Village, is proud to present NYC’s newest addition to the canon of new Jewish influenced music and culture, the Ayn Sof Arkestra and Bigger Band, under the direction of saxophonist Jazz Rabbi Greg Wall and grammy winning trumpeter Frank London. The Arkestra consists of some of the most innovative artists on the scene today, such as Pam Fleming, Jordan Hirsch, Paul Shapiro, Marty Fogel, Aaron Alexander, Jessica Lurie, Fima Ephron, Eyal Maoz, Uri Sharlin and many others. The repertoire will consist of original compositions and arrangements of the members and guest composers, in the great NuJu/Rad Jew/SunRaJoo tradition.