Ron Carter Trio in Concert at Blue Note, along with the Francisco Mela Trio
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The last date listed for Ron Carter Trio w/Mulgrew Miller, Russell Malone + Francisco Mela Trio was Sunday November 1, 2009 / 10:30pm.
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When President Obama awarded jazz trumpeter Arturo Sandoval the Presidential Medal of Freedom, he declared Sandoval "one of the best ever to play." But this is just the latest honor in a career decorated with nine Grammy Awards, six Billboard Awards and an Emmy. And that's not even counting the HBO film about his life, For Love or Country, where Andy Garcia portrayed Sandoval's stunning rise from humble origins in a small town in Cuba to international fame as one of the best jazz musicians of all time. Known for his blazing melodies and perfect technique, Sandoval has wowed audiences around the world with the rich tones of his slower numbers and the electric storm of his faster tempos. Hear in person the man who played with Dizzy Gillespie, Woody Herman, Stan Getz and Frank Sinatra, when this legendary performer comes to play an equally legendary venue, the Blue Note Jazz Club. Learn More
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I always wanted to attend the Blue Note but could never afford it. Thanks, to Goldstar, I got to experience great Jazz at the Blue Note. Surprised that headliner Ron Carter went on first. 2nd trio was good but only had time for 2 numbers. Still a great night of Jazz.
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Ron Carter trio w/ Mulgrew Miller--FANTASTIC. Blue Note is, as usual, dangerously overcrowded and noisy, drunk tourists somewhat mar the experience. Wish they would enforce cell phone rule and speak to customers who are talking, laughing, passing...continued
In the early 1960s Carter performed throughout the United States in concert halls and nightclubs with Jaki Byard and Eric Dolphy. He later toured Europe with Cannonball Adderley. From 1963 to 1968, he was a member of the classic and acclaimed Miles Davis Quintet. He was named Outstanding Bassist of the Decade by the Detroit News, Jazz Bassist of the Year by Downbeat magazine, and Most Valuable Player by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.
Ron Carter, bass
Mulgrew Miller, piano
Russell Malone, guitar
Francisco Mela, drums
Alfredo Rodriguez, piano
Peter Slavov, bass