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Devin Gray at Greenwich House Music School June 27

June 22, 2012

Devin Gray is a fine drummer/composer interested in multiple musical directions, who strives for quality and sincerity in his work. His exciting energy has propelled him towards many different musical directions and projects. Considered by his contemporaries as cutting edge, Gray shows promise as an artist that will not only move the music forward, but one who will share his unique musical vision with the rest of the world.

His fresh approach to modern drumming has enabled him to play with many of America’s great jazz musicians. He has performed and recorded with innovative musicians of contrasting styles and backgrounds such as: Tony Malaby, Gary Thomas, Ingrid Jensen, Dave Burrell, Dave Ballou, Michael Formanek, George Garzone, Chris Speed, Sam Rivers, John O’Gallagher, Ellery Eskelin, Kris Davis, Ted Rosenthal, Dave Liebman, Andrew D’Angelo, Vardan Ovsepian, Bill McHenry as well as many others.

Devin has been fortunate to perform in many places around the globe and continues to make peace with his audiences. Devin will be playing with avant-jazz all stars Ellery Eskelin on tenor sax, Michael Formanek on bass, and Ralph Alessi on trumpet at the Greenwich House Music School. This is part of the new ‘Sound it Out’ music series beginning Wednesday June 27 at 8pm. They will share selections from Dirigo Rataplan, released in April of 2012 (SKIRLRECORDS). All About Jazz calls the album “an eloquent debut from an immensely talented musician”. We just call it fabulous. See you at the show!

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