scott foster medium landscape

Friday, April 17th – 5:30-8:00 pm
The Scott Foster Trio
considers the influence of trios past…

scott foster medium landscapeGuitarist Jim Hall, pianist Herbie Nichols, tenor player Joe Henderson, pianist Bill Evans… these and numerous other jazz artists assembled trios that beguiled and informed the ears of countless jazz cognoscenti and bystanders caught in the beauty of the moment.

You don’t have to be steeped in the history of jazz to recognize how beautiful the jazz trio can be, how richly it can create a musical soundscape in your head…

Scott Foster, Sam Bevan and Bryan Bowman will take you there this evening, if only you’ll come along for the ride, with an open mind and the ears to hear.

Leave your troubles at the doorstep and you chatter at the curb, and enjoy the ride.

Bring $10 for the band, wouldya?  They do it for love, but they gotta eat.

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$15 and worth every penny
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