ARTHUR BLYTHE Memorial Sunday, April 16th 4-8 PM @ STAGE

 Image result for Arthur Blythe  "Lets All Come Celebrate The Life And Career Of This International Jazz Saxophone Master. All Are Welcome, No Cover, Bring Your Instrument and Wail One For Arthur More Info Call 323 251 0688" - Under the direction of Dwight Trible, Music Director @ The 'new' World STAGE 4321 Degnan Blvd., L.A./Leimert Park Village 90008 [map

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Comment by Jo- Koo on April 17, 2017 at 12:47pm

 "The Trifecta!" - Gwendolyn H.   Image may contain: 2 people, people on stage and indoor

 Attending Arthur Blythe Memorial Sunday April 16th wuz Bobby West,  Fritz Wise & Trevvor Ware @ The 'new' World STAGE. - posted to Fb wall by Michael C., (pic.?)  

Comment by Jo- Koo on April 16, 2017 at 2:47am

Arthur Blythe "Celebration Of Life Memorial"

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Comment by Jo- Koo on April 14, 2017 at 6:12pm

 

 Sun. April 16 – Organized by Dwight Trible, it’s a Tribute to Arthur Blythe! (See below.) Musicians are invited to jam one for the recently departed sax great. 

 San Diego’s Arthur Blythe had his own hard-edged yet bluesy alto-sax sound. His modern, rhythmically invigorating compositions didn’t sound like anyone else’s. And he could interpret Monk without sounding wimpy or wrong. That’s three major signs of a true original, and only a handful of musicians can achieve even one. With Horace Tapscott, the World Saxophone Quartet and the Leaders, as well as on his own, Blythe stood at the forefront of jazz beginning in the ‘70s, but Illness kept him from the wider recognition he deserved. If you witnessed the tribute at Angel City Jazz Fest in 2014, though, you felt the real love he inspired in a core of musicians and fans. Rest in peace, Black Arthur. 

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