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David Murray Infinity Quartet featuring Macy Gray and Gregory Porter Take the SubCulture Stage This Week!
(Published: June 17, 2013)

Few musicians in jazz history have proven more vigorously productive and resourceful than David Murray. Over his four-decade career, the Grammy-winner has released over 150 albums under his own name.

A gifted songwriter and dazzling singer, Macy Gray has been overturning fan expectation and industry formula since releasing her debut album, On How Life Is, featuring the massive global hit "I Try". To date, Macy's career has produced two Grammys, two MTV awards, over 15 million units sold, and a thriving acting career.

Together, along with Grammy-nominated Gregory Porter and the Infinity Quartet, they will bring 'Be My Monster Love' to life with their four performances at SubCulture. David's compositions, interwoven with his new Infinity Quartet (the finest line-up of contemporary jazz musicians) and Macy and Gregory's vocals create a provocative musical tour de force.

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

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