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Critically acclaimed New York saxophonist Daniel Bennett is releasing the third installment of his Bear Thompson trilogy on Saturday, Apri 16, 2011. The Boston Globe calls Bennetts music “a mix of jazz folk and trance." The new album is entitled “Peace and Stability Among Bears." The disc features Bennett on alto saxophone and flute Chris Hersch on guitar Jason Davis on bass and poly-meter guru Rick Landwehr on drums. Landwehr is the author of “Drummer's Guide to Odd Time Signatures" (Alfred Music). The album is already creating a buzz throughout the music community. The Daniel Bennett Group has a devoted following in jazz folk and new music...
On Friday, February 18th, renowned "folk-jazz" saxophonist Daniel Bennett and legendary 8-string "groove" guitarist Charlie Hunter will team up for a special double bill performance at the Triad Theatre (www.triadnyc.com) to benefit New Yorks Abingdon Theatre Company. The Triad is located on New York City's upper west side (158 West 72nd Street). This is an all-ages event. Half of all proceeds will go towards New York City's Abingdon Theatre Company. The double bill concert starts at 9:30pm and tickets are $15 in advance. All advance tickets must be purchase at www.smarttix.com. For more ticket info call (212) 868-4444. Guitarist Charlie...
This could very well be one of the most interesting double bill concerts of 2009. Saxophonist James Carter brings his organ trio to the Cambridge YMCA Theatre (820 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA) on May 16 (8pm). Also on the bill is "Folk-Jazz" saxophonist Daniel Bennett. The concert is part of the ongoing Bennett Alliance Concert Series. Visit www.bennettalliance.com for discount advance tickets.

Saxophonist James Carter (www.jamescarterlive.com) has performed with the Lincoln Center J
The Charlie Hunter Trio and the Daniel Bennett Group will play a rare double bill performance at the restored Cambridge YMCA Theatre (820 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA). The show is part of the ongoing Bennett Alliance Concert Series. Visit bennettalliance.com for advance tickets and more information.

As the "hip-hop" or "acid jazz" movement of the mid-1990s gained momentum in the United States, Charlie Hunter was leading it in the San Francisco Bay Area. Young groups

The sixth installment of the Bennett Alliance Concert Series has arrived! On Saturday, August 16, guitarist Bill Frisell plays a rare double bill concert with Boston saxophonist Daniel Bennett. The concert is at the beautifully restored Cambridge YMCA Theatre, located at 820 Massachusetts Ave in Cambridge, MA. For information and advance tickets, call Bennett Alliance at (617) 512-4836 or visit www.bennettalliance.com.


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