Smith Dobson vibes 2

Saturday, Sept. 5 – 7:30-10 pm
Smith Dobson Quartet
jazz club… when lights are low

Smith Dobson with Richard Sears, piano; John Wiitala, bass and Evan Hughes, drums. August 1, 2015, Bird & Beckett. Photo Angela Bennett.

Smith Dobson, vibes; Richard Sears, piano; John Wiitala, bass; Evan Hughes, drums. August 1, 2015, Bird & Beckett. Photo Angela Bennett.

Smith Dobson, known for his work on drums, vibes and sax among other pursuits, is happily at work building a new quartet with a new sound, drawing on the tradition of vibes-led groups like the Modern Jazz Quartet.

For his date this Saturday, 9/5, he’s got Luke Westbrook on guitar; Miles Wick on bass and Hamir Atwal on drums.

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