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Jazz Night in America with Christian McBride
Jazz Night in America with Christian McBride Mon, Aug 19th from 9:00PM - 10:00PM
Electric Miles
Jazz Night in America grapples with one of the most passionately debated artists in American music – Miles Davis – when he turned the jazz world upside down. We explore Electric Miles -- from Bitches Brew to Tutu – how his rock-influenced sound galvanized massive audiences, annoyed the critics, and created a controversy that outlived his lifetime. On the 50th Anniversary of Miles going electric, a period once shunned by the jazz community, is now celebrated onstage at Jazz at Lincoln Center with one of Miles’s last collaborators, the electric bassist Marcus Miller.
I'm Talkin' Jazz
<strong>I'm Talkin' Jazz</strong><br> Sun, Aug 25th from 8:00AM - 8:30AM
Bassist Jeff Denson with Alisa Clancy
Jazz Night In America with Christian McBride
Jazz Night In America with Christian McBride Mon, Aug 26th from 9:00PM - 10:00PM
The Bad Plus
Jazz Night in America kept up with The Bad Plus as it made this momentous transition: at Orrin Evans' home in Philadelphia, where he raced to get up to speed; in a Brooklyn studio, during sessions for its album Never Stop II; and at Jazz at the Bistro in St. Louis, Mo., where Evans made his public debut with the band. In this show we'll hear music from that explosive set, and reflections from Evans as well as the remaining founders of The Bad Plus, bassist Reid Anderson and drummer Dave King. All three members of the band, as it now stands, open up about the challenges of preserving a group identity while reinventing the dimensions of the group. "I'm not adjusting to a new Bad Plus; I'm just adjusting," is how King puts it. "This is The Bad Plus now." Join us in making their acquaintance.