Sunday, December 15, 2013, 2:30-5:30pm

Will Calhoun

Will Calhoun

Lucky for us, the phenomenal Will Calhoun‘s appearance has been re-scheduled for Sunday, December 15th and Will has invited the magnificent keyboardist Marc Cary to join him! We will talk to Will about his newest CD, Life in this World, and find out what he’s up in the coming year. We invite you to join us. Good conversation, superb music, and holiday cheer in abundance! Seating limited. Admission $25.
Will Calhoun, a Bronx native, is a two-time Grammy Award winner, a widely acclaimed, innovative drummer, an exceptional photographer, and a relentlessly curious musician and human being. Not many artists have the vision and artistic energy to contribute to so many genres: jazz, rock, hip-hop, ambient, et al, while concurrently producing, touring, creating new projects, working on films, traveling, researching and continually pushing the envelope.

Famous for his work with Living Colour, and voted by critics and fans alike as Best Drummer many times, Will has recorded and/or toured and performed with diverse artists including Living Colour, Mick Jagger, Mos Def, Oumou Sangare, Marcus Miller, and Wayne Shorter (on the Grammy-winning CD, High Life).

Marc Cary

Marc Cary

Composer and pianist, Marc Cary has his musical roots in Washington, D.C.’s go-go music scene, although that’s just one  element of the many other musical forms he explores. Cary’s interests run from Indian classical to Malian music to hip-hop. Beginning his career working with Betty Carter, Cary has also played with Roy Hargrove, Dizzy Gillespie, Erykah Badu, Shirley Horn, Stefon Harris, Q-Tip and – most influential of all – Abbey Lincoln, the inspiration for his newest album, For the Love of Abbey. The bottom line? We guarantee you a rollicking good time! Count on it.