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Charged Particles & Tod Dickow honor Michael Brecker
(Published: February 13, 2019)

Murray Low is a keyboard wizard with dazzling Latin jazz technique. Aaron Germain is a gifted electric and acoustic bassist. Along with fiery drummer Jon Krosnick, these musicians are making some of the most electrifying swinging, funky Latin jazz in the country as the trio "Charged Particles". For this concert, they will be joined by saxophonist Tod Dickow in playing the wonderful music written by the late jazz great Michael Brecker. Brecker's compositions capture audiences with powerful grooves and surprising twists and turns. Toes tap and listeners smile as they the quartet takes them on an adventure through many styles of jazz toward a powerful ending.

This exciting performance will be at the 7 Mile House in Brisbane, CA (2800 Bayshore Blvd) starting at 7:00 PM on Tuesday, February 19th.

More Information: http://www.chargedparticles.com/2019.html


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