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Hard-hitting Living Colour Drummer Will Calhoun Comes to Scullers August 14 with Marc Cary and Luques Curtis
(Published: August 11, 2014)

Will Calhoun brings his trio to Scullers Jazz Club Thursday, August 14, 2014 at 8 PM, featuring Marc Cary on piano and Luques Curtis on bass.

Before he became famous as a member of the groundbreaking hard rock group Living Colour, Will Calhoun was an aspiring jazz drummer raised on a steady diet of his father's bebop records. Calhoun goes back to his roots on his latest album, Life In This World ­ but to get there he takes a circuitous route through a wealth of musical experience around the globe. From studies with master musicians in Africa to experiments with electronic music in his home studio, Calhoun's adventurous sonic imagination couldn't help but expand the horizons of a stellar jazz recording, "Life in This World," which pairs the drummer with greats including Wallace Roney, Donald Harrison, Charnett Moffett, Marc Cary, Doug Wimbish, John Benitez and legendary bassist Ron Carter.

Jazz pianist, keyboardist, producer and composer Marc Cary holds tight to his roots in Washington, D.C.'s go-go music scene, but they represent only one more element to fuse with the many other musical forms he explores. Cary's interests run from Indian classical to Malian music to hip-hop. He started his career working with Betty Carter, a legendary vocalist famous for drawing soul and sincerity out of her bands, and went on to work with Roy Hargrove, Dizzy Gillespie, Erykah Badu, Shirley Horn, Stefon Harris, Q-Tip and - most influential of all - Abbey Lincoln. Luques Curtis is one of the most versatile bass players around.  His credits include working with Eddie Palmieri, Brian Lynch, Ralph Peterson, Christian Scott, Sean Jones, Gary Burton, Stefon Harris, Donald Harrison, Etienne Charles, Albert Rivera, Elio Villafranca, Francisco Mela, and others.

The Will Calhoun Trio is brought to you by KCC Productions.

Scullers is located at 400 Soldiers Field Road in the DoubleTree Hilton hotel in Allston.
Showtime is 8 PM; tickets are $35 for the show, $75 for dinner and show.
For Tickets and Information: 617.562.4111; Email: Info@ScullersJazz.com


For booking information, please contact:
Kimberly Chmura ∙ kcc_productions@yahoo.com
305-332-2623

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

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KCC Productions
kcc_productions@yahoo.com


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