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THIRD WORLD LOVE ON TOUR!In Support + Celebration of NEW BLUES (Anzic Records)
(Published: February 28, 2008)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

THIRD WORLD LOVE ON TOUR!
In Support + Celebration of NEW BLUES (Anzic Records)

Third World Love is: AVISHAI COHEN (trumpet), YONATAN AVISHAI (piano),
OMER AVITAL (bass), DANIEL FREEDMAN (drums)

New Blues will be available on 3/4/08, in stores and online at www.Anzicrecords.com, www.Thirdworldlove.com

CD Release Concerts/Celebrations:
* SF Jazz, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Forum on March 9, www.sfjazz.org*
* Kuumbwa Jazz Center in Santa Cruz, CA on March 10, www.kuumbwajazz.org*
* The Regatta Bar in Cambridge, MA on March 12, www.regattabarjazz.com*
* Drom in NYC on March 14, www.dromnyc.com *
* Third World Love with The Revolutionary Orchestra in Israel on April 1 *

Four years ago in Barcelona, four artists, trumpeter Avishai Cohen (“a gifted improviser”-The Village Voice), pianist Yonatan Avishai (“Genius pure and simple”-Ha'ir), bassist Omer Avital (“strikingly talented”-Entertainment Weekly) and drummer Daniel Freedman (whose “drumming retains a sumptuous authenticity, as if he learned everything from the dusty street of some South American or African urban center”-Modern Drummer) came together for what was to be a one time tour. Thirty seconds into Wayne Shorter's “Juju,” the first tune they ever played together, and the guys simultaneously realized that this was going to be a “dream-band” type of experience. On March 4, 2008 Anzic Records will proudly release New Blues, the fourth recording, and second U.S. release from Third World Love, a super-group in the making. Third World Love will be hitting the road in support and celebration of New Blues with concerts to take place in San Francisco, CA (March 9), Santa Cruz, CA (March 10), Cambridge, MA (March 12) and New York City (March 14)!

“This band is killer. The songs on Sketch of Tel-Aviv are timeless.”
- The New York Times

Third World Love was born as a unique musical brotherhood that has, thus far, resulted in numerous sold-out tours and three highly successful recordings, Third World Love Songs, Avanim and Sketch of Tel Aviv. Three of its members originate from Israel and one from New York (Daniel Freedman). Now with three quarters of the band being long-time noted mainstays on the NYC scene (pianist Yonatan Avishai resides in the south of France), New Blues solidifies the band's position as an internationalized, “downtown” amalgam that revels in its striking uniqueness, brilliantly delving deep into multiple genres over the course of the recording.

Throughout Israel and Europe Third World Love routinely plays in venues to large crowds (often a thousand plus strong) of mostly young people dancing and partying the entire night; not your typical jazz scenario - but actually a very exciting part of the perpetual story of jazz and “world” music, reminiscent of the rambunctious, out-for-a-good-time crowds that jazz musicians entertained in another era. Third World Love is a band that is generating excitement for jazz amongst a new generation of fans with a singular brand of music that is a blast to get into, physically and/or intellectually. Time Out Tel-Aviv put it this succinctly, “Forget what you thought about jazz . . . Never in my life have I seen so many people moving to the sounds of such complicate melodies and harmonies. When the music is created on stage, there is no choice but to listen, shake your ass and notice how your stupid smile is getting bigger and bigger every second.”

Now, in 2008, with several of its members enjoying long-term critical acclaim in the States, Third World Love is primed to make inroads into the U.S. with the release of New Blues (their 2nd U.S. release), an organic combination of compositional forms that blends jazz, African, Latin and Middle Eastern music. Several high profile tour dates are planned in support and celebration of this recording: March 9 - SF Jazz, March 10 - Kuumbwa Jazz Center (Santa Cruz, CA), March 12 - The Regatta Bar (Cambridge, MA) and March 14 at Drom in NYC.


“The music sailed intensively in a universal space with influences of Monk, Jazz Messengers, Latino, Jewish Klezmer and Mingus style Tijuana beat, funk and dub . . .” - Ma'ariv (major Israeli daily)


Press Enquiries on Third World Love + New Blues' Please contact:

Jason Paul Harman Byrne
Red Cat Publicity
Email: Redcatpublicity@aol.com
Tel: (347) 578-7601

Publicity services for Russ Nolan, Drew Gress, Pete Robbins, World Culture Music (Julie Hardy, Mike Moreno, Kendrick Scott, Nick Vayenas), Third World Love, 3 Cohens, Jason Lindner (Anzic Records), Roni Ben-Hur, Marcus Strickland & Strick Muzik, Ryan Cohan, The Tribeca PAC, Dave Douglas & Greenleaf Music, The Festival of New Trumpet Music, David Berger & The Sultans of Swing featuring Champian, The Brooklyn Jazz Underground & Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records, Darrell Grant

More Information: http://www.thirdworldlove.com

Submitted By: Jason @ Red Cat Publicity

Email: Redcatpublicity@aol.com


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