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Keith L. Brown at Knoxville Jazz Festival at The Square Room

Where

The Square Room
Knoxville Jazz Festival

4 Market Square
Knoxville, TN

When

Sat, August 29, 2015
8:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2015-08-29 8:00 pm 2015-08-29 Keith L. Brown at Knoxville Jazz Festival at The Square Room We're pleased to present Knoxville’s own, pianist, Keith Brown in a concert/CD release party. The Journey confirms Brown’s status as an up and coming young artist on the larger jazz scene. m.

The youngest son of world-renowned pianist, Donald Brown, Keith Brown has been hearing jazz music since the cradle. Heavily influenced by the “Memphis 3”--Mulgrew Miller, James Williams, and his father as well as another Memphian, Phineas Newborn, the younger Brown is forging his own way fusing jazz, funk, r&b, and country.

The Journey reflects these varied influences as do the special guests performing the concert. They include Grammy award winning drummer Terreon “Tank” Gulley, who also produced Brown’s CD, Kenneth Whalum, a hot new hip hop player and Kirk Whalum’s nephew, and Russell Gunn, one of the most talked about young trumpeters on the national jazz scene. Rounding out the band are Knoxville’s formidable young players, Jamel Mitchell on sax and Clint Mullican on bass.
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Tickets

$25.00

Musicians

Russell Gunn
Russell Gunn
trumpet
Greg Tardy
Greg Tardy
sax, tenor
Kenneth Whalum III
Kenneth Whalum III
sax, tenor

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We're pleased to present Knoxville’s own, pianist, Keith Brown in a concert/CD release party. The Journey confirms Brown’s status as an up and coming young artist on the larger jazz scene. m.

The youngest son of world-renowned pianist, Donald Brown, Keith Brown has been hearing jazz music since the cradle. Heavily influenced by the “Memphis 3”--Mulgrew Miller, James Williams, and his father as well as another Memphian, Phineas Newborn, the younger Brown is forging his own way fusing jazz, funk, r&b, and country.

The Journey reflects these varied influences as do the special guests performing the concert. They include Grammy award winning drummer Terreon “Tank” Gulley, who also produced Brown’s CD, Kenneth Whalum, a hot new hip hop player and Kirk Whalum’s nephew, and Russell Gunn, one of the most talked about young trumpeters on the national jazz scene. Rounding out the band are Knoxville’s formidable young players, Jamel Mitchell on sax and Clint Mullican on bass....

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