We Have a New Drumset

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Thanks to the kind folks at Maxwell’s Drum Shop – we are now the proud owner of a Gretsch Brooklyn Jazz Drumset.  Thanks again for all your support this year.  We have one more residency to go before we head into the new year.  Check back for all the great residencies and performances in 2015.

Upcoming Events

Max Johnson Residency – Night 2

Friday, December 19th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

The Max Johnson Trio gears up for the recording of their 3rd album with this spectacular residency at Ibeam.  These concerts will feature all new music and a slew of special guests, and every night will be different!  Sets at 8:30 and 10 pm

Kirk Knuffke – Cornet
Max Johnson – Bass
Ziv Ravitz – Drums
with:
Steve Swell – Trombone (2nd set)

-”Johnson is an intrepid composer, architect of sound and beast of the bass,” – Brad Cohan, The New York City Jazz Record
-”The Johnson trio establishes its own momentum, largely by the particularity of its components: Mr. Knuffke’s pinpoint accuracy and mellow, centered tone; Mr. Ravitz’s way of urging his cymbals and toms astir; and Mr. Johnson’s grounded but unreserved presence at the center of it all.” – Nate Chinen, The New York Times

Max Johnson Residency – Night 3

Saturday, December 20th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

The Max Johnson Trio gears up for the recording of their 3rd album with this spectacular residency at Ibeam.  These concerts will feature all new music and a slew of special guests, and every night will be different! Sets at 8:30 and 10:00 pm.

Kirk Knuffke – Cornet
Max Johnson – Bass
Ziv Ravitz – Drums
with:
John O’Gallagher – Alto Saxophone (2nd set )
Ingrid Laubrock – Tenor Saxophone (2nd set )

-”Johnson is an intrepid composer, architect of sound and beast of the bass,” – Brad Cohan, The New York City Jazz Record
-”The Johnson trio establishes its own momentum, largely by the particularity of its components: Mr. Knuffke’s pinpoint accuracy and mellow, centered tone; Mr. Ravitz’s way of urging his cymbals and toms astir; and Mr. Johnson’s grounded but unreserved presence at the center of it all.” – Nate Chinen, The New York Times