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Steve Wilson/Lewis Nash Duo

The Nash @ 110 E Roosevelt St, Phoenix, AZ 85004, USA The Nash
110 E Roosevelt St Roosevelt St,
Phoenix, AZ 85004,, Phoenix, AZ 85004, USA

"Musical Dialogue" Steve Wilson-saxophones, Lewis Nash-drums “These…players really don't need anyone else around them.”Pittsburgh Tribune-Review “Duologue – less is more – Fantastic!” The Birmingham Times Steve Wilson / Lewis Nash Duo have been playing for diverse audiences and presenters since their debut in July of 2001. The two had been talking about forming this duo, so they seized upon an opportunity to perform at Jazz at the Loft at Quilty’s in the SoHo district of NYC. It was magic from the first notes. Encouraged by the initial response and to grow their audience Steve and Lewis went on to perform…

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Illinois Jacquet Centennial Celebration

The Nash @ 110 E Roosevelt St, Phoenix, AZ 85004, USA The Nash
110 E Roosevelt St Roosevelt St,
Phoenix, AZ 85004,, Phoenix, AZ 85004, USA

Illinois Jacquet Centennial Celebration Bill Easley and The Lewis Nash Trio llinois Jacquet was one of the most influential tenor saxophonists in the history of jazz. On his very first recording at the age of 19 with Lionel Hampton, Jacquet spawned an entirely new style and sound for tenor saxophone with his legendary solo on “Flying Home,” which is widely regarded as the most famous solo in jazz history. Two years later, while improvising with Nat King Cole on piano and Les Paul on guitar at a benefit concert, Jacquet played a three-minute solo on a tune later to be…

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Ethan Iverson Trio

The Nash @ 110 E Roosevelt St, Phoenix, AZ 85004, USA The Nash
110 E Roosevelt St Roosevelt St,
Phoenix, AZ 85004,, Phoenix, AZ 85004, USA

Time Out New York selected Iverson as one of 25 essential New York jazz icons: “Perhaps NYC’s most thoughtful and passionate student of jazz tradition—the most admirable sort of artist-scholar.” Pianist, composer, and writer Ethan Iverson was a founding member of The Bad Plus, a game-changing collective with Reid Anderson and David King. The New York Times called TBP “Better than anyone at melding the sensibilities of post-60’s jazz and indie rock.” During his 17-year tenure, TBP performed in venues as diverse as the Village Vanguard, Carnegie Hall, and Bonnaroo; collaborated with Joshua Redman and Bill Frisell; and created a…

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