0 I might go! Add to calendar 2014-09-06 2014-09-06 35 Castles Made of Sound at The Cutting Room 8 all-star New York musicians - core alumni members of the freewheeling, Grammy-winning Gil Evans Orchestra of the mid and late '70s - reunite to celebrate the band's "Monday Night At Sweet Basil" era.

Already a living legend in this post Miles Davis era, Gil was more interested in Jimi Hendrix than "Sketches Of Spain." He wanted to see where the music could go. The result was the freewheeling, award-winning band that traveled the world for nearly 2 decades, while holding sway every Monday night in Greenwich Village. This group of players aren't just reading charts 25 years later; they were there.

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Castles Made of Sound at The Cutting Room

Where

The Cutting Room
44 E 32nd St
New York, NY
(212) 691-1900

When

Sat, September 6, 2014
9:30 pm

Tickets

$20

Musicians

Mark Egan

Mark Egan
bass

Tom Malone
trombone

Dave Stryker

Dave Stryker
guitar

Lew Soloff

Lew Soloff
trumpet

Pete Levin

Pete Levin
keyboard

Alex Foster

Alex Foster
saxophone

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8 all-star New York musicians - core alumni members of the freewheeling, Grammy-winning Gil Evans Orchestra of the mid and late '70s - reunite to celebrate the band's "Monday Night At Sweet Basil" era.

Already a living legend in this post Miles Davis era, Gil was more interested in Jimi Hendrix than "Sketches Of Spain." He wanted to see where the music could go. The result was the freewheeling, award-winning band that traveled the world for nearly 2 decades, while holding sway every Monday night in Greenwich Village. This group of players aren't just reading charts 25 years later; they were there....
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Pete Levin added this event on August 7, 2014  

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