Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Confirmation: Weekly News & Notes
*Dave Helling considers potential liquor licensing changes in the Jazz District for The Kansas City Star.
*Plaza III, a venerable steakhouse that has long hosted jazz performances, will close next month.
*Joe Klopus spoke to Josh Nelson ahead of the pianist’s return visit to the Kansas City area.
*Organizers of the Jazz in the Woods festival reiterated previous reports that this year’s event has been canceled.
*Alex Anderson reviewed an appearance by David Amram.
*Béla Fleck & the Flecktones will perform at the Uptown Theater on July 9.
*Harold O’Neal created a four-minute video highlight reel.
*Tweet o’ the Week: KC Jazz Orchestra- Always brewing ideas for upcoming concerts - what sorts of music would you like to hear us do? #kcjazz
*Comment o’ the Week: Darrel McKaig- The bassist, Tamir, was my favorite accompanist. While he was highlighted during the duet with Cyrille, his playing throughout was impeccable.
*From a press release: Mikeyy Austin will join the new project from Eddie Moore, We The People, for his Kansas City debut. Mikeyy is a young up and coming MC out of Lansing Michigan… We The People is a Power Trio plus one with Eddie Moore on piano, Dominique Sanders on bass, Zach Morrow on drums, and Leonard Dstroy on Turntable/Aux percussion... this fusion group brings Prog Rock, Soul, Funk, and Hiphop together in a unique way that is spread over a bed on improvisation. 7 p.m. March 8, at RecordBar. $8.
(Original image by Plastic Sax.)
Posted by Happy In Bag at 8:42 AM
Labels: 18th and Vine, Eddie Moore, Harold O'Neal, Jazz, Jazz In the Woods, Kansas City, Kansas City Jazz Orchestra
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