East Side's From Miles to Astor: Quartet Fuses '60s Jazz and Tango
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The last date listed for East Side's From Miles to Astor was Sunday January 23, 2011 / 2:00pm.
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Jazz guitarist Reynold Philipsek and chromatic harmonica player Clint Hoover together with percussionist Michael Bissonnette and bassist Matt Senjem, fuse 1960s Blue Note jazz with tango and other Latin influences. East Side’s improvisational music melds many diverse influences.