Sat, Jun 22 - 8:30pm - $35adv/$40door

 GrĂ©goire Maret on harmonica. Keys - Steve MillionBass - Eric Hochberg Drums - Ernie AdamsGuitar - Bob Palmieri////////////////////////////////



Tim Ries & Bernard Fowler

 Saxophonist, composer, arranger and producer Tim Ries's performing and recording credits include a who’s who of jazz, rock and pop icons: The Rolling Stones (touring from 1999 to the present), Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Donald Fagen, Michael Jackson, Blood, Sweat and Tears, Lyle Lovette, and many jazz greats including Chico Hamilton, Michael Brecker, Joe Henderson, Tony Bennett, and many many others. Tim has released seven records as a leader. His last two releasses, The Rolling Stones Project (Concord) and Stones World (Sunnyside), are his versions of Stones tunes arranged in the jazz and world music genres. Guest artists featured on these records include: all four Rolling Stones, Norah Jones, Sheryl Crow, Milton Nascimento, Bill Frisell, John Scofield, Jack DeJohnette, Lisa Fischer, Bernard Fowler, Larry Goldings, Eddie Palmieri, Brian Blade, flamenco dancer Sara Baras and fado singer Ana Moura. Bernard Fowler is an arty guy, so when he makes an album of Rolling Stones covers, it’s going to be something out of the ordinary. Back in the day, he sang with the groundbreaking dub-electronic band Tackhead as well as downtown avant-funkers Material; along with iconic DJ Larry Levan, he was a founding member of the New York Citi Peech Boys, who emerged from Manhattan’s fabled early-‘80s house/garage scene. Blue-chip visionaries like Philip Glass, Yoko Ono and Ryuichi Sakamoto have him sing on their records; the guy is on Public Image Ltd.'s landmark 1986 Album and Herbie Hancock's hit mid-'80s electro-funk albums.Fowler has another gig too: he’s sung and played percussion with the Rolling Stones, on stage and in the studio, since 1988. At soundcheck somewhere along their 2015 Zip Code tour, he started riffing on a Stones song as dramatically delivered spoken-word — and the band dug it. “Mick said, ‘Bernard, I’ve heard Rolling Stones songs done a lot of ways but never like this,’” Fowler recalls. “I said, ‘Well, you know what? When the tour is over, I'm going to cut it.’ And he said, ‘You should.’ That’s all I had to hear. That was the green light.”


of the Rolling Stones!

 "It's Rolling Stones songs deconstructed," says Bernard Fowler, explaining the title of his new album Inside Out. "I just took these songs and turned them inside-out."Fowler is an arty guy, so when he makes an album of Rolling Stones covers, it’s going to be something out of the ordinary. Back in the day, he sang with the groundbreaking dub-electronic band Tackhead as well as downtown avant-funkers Material; along with iconic DJ Larry Levan, he was a founding member of the New York Citi Peech Boys, who emerged from Manhattan’s fabled early-‘80s house/garage scene. Blue-chip visionaries like Philip Glass, Yoko Ono and Ryuichi Sakamoto have him sing on their records; the guy is on Public Image Ltd.'s landmark 1986 Album and Herbie Hancock's hit mid-'80s electro-funk albums.Fowler has another gig too: he’s sung and played percussion with the Rolling Stones, on stage and in the studio, since 1988. At soundcheck somewhere along their 2015 Zip Code tour, he started riffing on a Stones song as dramatically delivered spoken-word — and the band dug it. “Mick said, ‘Bernard, I’ve heard Rolling Stones songs done a lot of ways but never like this,’” Fowler recalls. “I said, ‘Well, you know what? When the tour is over, I'm going to cut it.’ And he said, ‘You should.’ That’s all I had to hear. That was the green light.”


Double CD Release

 


with Gregoire Maret

 



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