Sunday, September 13, 2015
Concert Review: True Dig at the Prairie Village Jazz Festival
“You couldn't ask for a more blessed day,” Tyrone Clark said during True Dig’s set at the Prairie Village Jazz Festival on Saturday afternoon.
He was right. The warm sunshine and cool breeze seemed heaven-sent. The music performed by True Dig- bandleader and bassist Clark, vocalist Lisa Henry, pianist Charles Williams, guitarist Charles Gatschet and drummer Michael Warren- suited the mild setting.
The ensemble’s R&B-inflected jazz resembled the genial 1970s sound of the Crusaders and Bobbi Humphrey. Sold by the charismatic Henry, the party songs “Fly Boy” and “Midwest Girls” provided the highlights of True Dig’s enjoyable outing.
(Original image by Plastic Sax.)
Posted by Happy In Bag at 2:21 PM
Labels: Charles Gatschet, Charles Williams, Jazz, Kansas City, Lisa Henry, Mike Warren, Prairie Village Jazz Festival, Tyrone Clark
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