Rock-Influenced Jazz Bands The Bad Plus and Danilo Rea's Doctor 3
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The last date listed for Jazz Bands The Bad Plus and Danilo Rea's Doctor 3 was Thursday May 15, 2008 / 7:30pm.
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Get yourself down to Funky Town and prepare to boogie with some of the best music of the 1970s in this all-singing, all-dancing salute to the decade. Featuring an array of disco, funk, R&B and pop hits from stars of the era like Rick James, Barry White, Sonny & Cher, The Carpenters and The Jackson 5. More than 60 local performers will sing, dance and skate to some of your favorite songs. In addition, you'll see unforgettable clips from classic '70s TV shows, movies and commercials. This is a one-night-only blast from the past that you won't want to miss! Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
“(The Bad Plus are) better than anyone at mixing the sensibilities of post ’60’s jazz and indie rock.” —New York Times
“[The Bad Plus are an] audacious, rule-breaking jazz trio” —Billboard
The Bad Plus is “better than anyone at mixing the sensibilities of post ’60’s jazz and indie rock” (The New York Times). Italy’s Doctor 3, led by pianist Danilo Rea, redefine the music of their youth (Neil Young, Paul Simon, and much more) with staggering instrumental prowess.
The Bad Plus*
- Ethan Iverson,_ piano_
- Reid Anderson, bass
- David King, drums
- Danilo Rea, piano
- Enzo Pietropaoli, bass
- Fabrizio Sferra, drums
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