Jazz Outside (9.12.2013)
When: Thursday September 12 at 7:00pm gate open at 6.
Where: Kenny Dorham’s Backyard,
1106 East 11th St, Austin, TX 78702
Cost: $5 suggested donation, Kids free
Contact: Harold McMillan Director@diversearts.org
8th show in the series for this year featuring the more adventurous side of the genre with the Matt Butler Quartet followed by WD-41 and Friends and a cool jam session.
Matt Butler: http://
"Among the musicians successfully mining the field where groove meets jazz improv is Matt Butler, a talented young
guitarist who frequently works in quartet with sax, bass, and drums, is committed to open form structures and attentive group meditations on spontaneous themes. This kind of laboratory setting can, with experience and dedication, produce mesmerizing art." - Jazziz
"The Matt Butler Group is a tight band that has a full
understanding of tone and suspenseful dynamics.
Butler and his mates said as much when the notes
came one at a time as they did when they rained
upon the crowd."
Host for the show: WD-41 and Friends
Willie Oteri & WD-41 with Dave Laczko and very special guests.
Willie Oteri -Guitar, has collaborated and performed with Scott Amendola (Charlie Hunter) Dino J.A. Deane (John Zorn, Jon Hassel) Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel, King Crimson, John Lennon), Pat Mastelotto (King Crimson, XTC), Mike Keneally (Frank Zappa), Jerry Marotta (Peter Gabriel), Stu Hamm (Joe Satriani, SteveVai) and others including Ronan Chris Murphy (producer and musician), Brannen Temple (Sheena Easton, Kevin Paige, Robben Ford, Eric Johnson), bassist Chris Maresh (Eric Johnson, Abra Moore, Mitch Watkins), Mike Malone (Jimmy Smith) and Ephraim Owens (Erika Badu). In recent years, it is Oteri's role as composer and band leader which has garnered him increasing notoriety coupled with a notable unique style on guitar. www.willieoteri.com
Dave Laczko - Trumpet has been on the Austin Jazz scene for decades including the Brarons of Rhythm and 14 years as a Jazz DJ for KAZI radio and recordings with WD-41, JA Deane, Scott Amendola and Shrunken Head Shop. WD-41 currently have a top ranked video and mp3 at All About Jazz and there latest release was a Top 3 editors pick at Guitar Player Magazine.
We hope you will join us. Great food near by and B.Y.O.B (cans and plastic only). Bring your own lawn chairs and blankets. A $5 donation is suggested to help DiverseArts continue it’s work promoting local arts and artists. Children have free admission.