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cPhour is LIVE at Ginny’s Supper Club on Thursday August 28th!

August 27, 2014
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cPhourcPhour is back! cPhour is an original band that has many different influences including John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Branford Marsalis, James Brown, D’angelo, Erykah Badu, World Music, and many others. With all of these influences, this group takes on an innovative twist to modern jazz.
The members of cPhour are currently playing and have played with many great artists. The adroit Stacy Dillard (Saxophone) is currently playing with jazz greats such as Eric Reed, Winard Harper and many others. He is one of the best young saxophonists in the world. The high in demand Craig Magnano (Guitar) is playing and/or has played with Marcus Strickland, Jon Faddis, Leron Thomas, and many of the great jazz artists. Craig is also involved with studio work, recording, and is making very interesting tracks. The highly intense Ryan Berg (Bass), has played with many people including John Scofield, Anthony
Wonsey, Lenny White, and is very busy playing just about every night of the week. The fierce and passionate Jeremy “Bean” Clemons (Drums) is currently playing drum and bass/jungle sounds with Carl Craig and with the great jazz singer Andy Bey.
This group of very individual characters have a great chemistry rivaling that of the jazz greats. Though words can’t fully explain what they do, the incredible music will certainly speak for itself.
Get tickets here and if you want a table call the club at 212.421.3821 and reserve one!

Venue Information:
Ginny’s Supper Club
310 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY, 10027
http://ginnyssupperclub.com/

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