Jazz Outside (July 11, 2013)
When: Thursday, July 11, 2013
Gates open at 7:00pm
Where: Kenny Dorham's Backyard
1106 East 11th Street
Rob Halverson's Third Ear Trio - 8:00pm
WD41+ aka WD-41 - 9:00pm
Super Jam Session - 10:00pm
Cost: A $5 donation is suggested to help DiverseArts continue it’s work promoting local arts and artists. Children have free admission.
Contact: Harold McMillan Director@diversearts.org
B.Y.O.B (cans and plastic only). Soft drinks and snacks available for purchase.
Bring your own lawn chairs and blankets.
BYOB, plastic and cans only please. Some drinks and snacks available on the grounds. Great food trailers nearby. Some seating available but best to bring a chair or blanket. Cost: A $5 donation is suggested to help DiverseArts continue it’s work promoting local arts and artists. Children have free admission.
WD-41 aka WD41+ with Willie Oteri, Dave Laczko, Ricardo Acevedo and special guest Joshua Thomson on sax and Samuel Kardec on spoken word.
"...goes beyond anything Charlie Parker or Miles Davis did during even the most experimental years of the Be-Bop jazz era, although there's some of that influence in this album, also. This is as much inspired by other avant-guarde artists such as John Cage, Edgard Varese, George Crumb, or Smegma..." --Dan Fiebiger - E-Mail music review newsletter.
Willie Oteri has collaborated, recorded 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 many more.
Dave Laczko has been on the Austin Jazz scene for decades including the Brarons of Rhythm and 14 years as a Jazz DJ for KAZI radio. His modern trumpet sounds have gained attention around the world and WD41s recent CDs and Videos have been well recieved.
Ricardo Acevedo on synth and vocals, hales from the 80’s Southern Cal’s art punk and new wave scene. His bands Freaks Amor, The Blue Box and Second Culture were regulars
with likes of Wall of Voodoo, Suburban Lawns, Hunters & Collectors and Savage Republic in both the LA
and Long Beach scene.
Austin Cultral Arts Division.
DiverseArts Culture Works is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Economic Growth & Redevelopment Services Office/Cultural Arts Division believing an investment in the Arts is an investment in Austin’s future. Visit Austin at NowPlayingAustin.com.