On the third Sunday of each month, we’re delighted to present the Vince Lateano Trio playing two sets, for the pure pleasure of it.
Vince Lateano, drums
Peter Barshay, bass
Ben Stolorow, piano
byob and a twenty for the trio!
Vince Lateano has been a marvelous presence on the San Francisco scene since he came to the City in the mid-1960s. He quickly worked his way into the local jazz scene, playing, recording and touring with Vince Guaraldi, subbing around town for Johnny Markham when Markham went on the road with Sinatra and other major acts, and working extensively with Cal Tjader, Eddie Duran, Chet Baker, Clare Fisher and a host of others through the years… Later, all through the 1990s ’til it closed as such in 2003, he was the house drummer at Jazz at Pearl’s in North Beach, playing with his own trio several nights a week and backing up any number of musicians appearing as headliners on the weekends.
He’s rolled on from there in that same vein all across the region, and has also been a great and charming session leader locally, running jazz jams at Pier 23 on the Embarcadero, the Dogpatch Saloon down on 3rd Street, the 7 Mile House on Bayshore near the Cow Palace, Sweeties near the wharf.
On the last Sunday of the month, he runs a jam session here at Bird & Beckett with this trio — Peter on bass and Ben on piano — giving room and sage but light counsel to players from aspiring musicians to old hands.
Every third Sunday in 2023,
Vince brings in just the trio for a couple of sets
from 5 to 7pm.
The jazz piano trio is one of those perfect things.
Come and enjoy yourself.
Byob and a twenty for the band!
Can’t afford a twenty? Come anyway and do what you can.
No reservations required, but if you do want to reserve,
call the shop at 415-586-3733.
Our events are put on under the umbrella of the nonprofit Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project (the "BBCLP"). That's how we fund our ambitious schedule of 300 or so concerts and literary events every year.
The BBCLP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit...
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