Grant Levin will be returning to the Joe Henderson Lab at SFJAZZ Center next April with this group: Jaz Sawyer and Jeff Marrs at SFJAZZ Hotplate.
“Bay Area jazz drumming luminaries Sawyer and Marrs revisit the 1959 joint Mercury studio album from iconic drummers Buddy Rich and Max Roach.”
Jaz Sawyer drums
Jeff Marrs drums
James Mahone saxophones
Grant Levin piano
David Ewell bass
Save the date: Thursday april 16, 2020 – Read more and book your tickets here.
Once again Grant Levin will be performing at the SFJazz Center in San Francisco.
This time he will participate kicking off the Joe Hendeson Festival, together with Bay Area-raised jazz star Dayna Stephens who returns home to perform music from Joe Henderson’s provocative 1969 album Power to the People.
Previous shows when Grant have played at SFJazz have all been sold out. Make sure to get your ticket early – they are now released.
Grant Levin joined the Jemal Ramirez Group – JRQuartet – on stage at Cafe Pink House in Saratoga, March 23 and 24. Two wonderful concerts, featuring world renowned saxophonist Dayna Stephens.
Luckily, seven of the tunes were recorded Continue reading
Grant Levin has been invited to join Tiffany Austin as she performs Nina Simone’s High Priestess of Soul at part of the SFJAZZ Hotplate Series.
There will be two shows Thursday, February 12, at 8pm and 9.30pm at SFJAZZ Center, Joe Henderson Lab. Tickets are for sale now – get yours here. The last performance SFJAZZ Hotplate: Miles Davis’ ‘Kind of Blue’ was sold out.
SFJAZZ Hotplate is a monthly concert series at the Joe Henderson Lab featuring Bay Area’s most gifted musicians re-imagining a famous recording of a jazz legend. The 2nd Thursday of every month, Hotplate aims to show another side of SFJAZZ, an informal setting where you can drop in for a drink and hear some of the best jazz the local scene has to offer.