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Farnell Newton Group plays the music of Freddie Hubbard

CASEY JARMAN
8:30 pm, Wednesday December 28 | $7
Ivories Jazz Lounge and Restaurant
1435 NW Flanders St.
 
[JAZZ] It comes as no surprise that Freddie Hubbard is an influence for local trumpet player and beats producer Farnell Newton. Hubbard, like Newton, was a technically thrilling player who took on projects of all stripes—the former played everything from straight-ahead jazz to funky-as-hell CTI Records sessions, and made key appearances on some of the seminal discs of the free-form movement. Newton is well equipped to cover any of these styles, but if this year's excellent Class Is Now in Session is any indication, he'll probably lean toward the funky stuff tonight at new jazz bar Ivories.

Where: Ivories Jazz Lounge and Restaurant
Phone: 241-6514
Address: 1435 NW Flanders St.
Website: ivoriesjazz.com

 
 
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