Tue Feb 20
409 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
Frank Kuumba Lacy - trombone, flumpet, French horn, vocals
Kim Clarke - acoustic and electric bass, vocals
Alex Collins - piano, keyboards
Ronnie Burrage - drums, keys, vocals
MoBE: Burrage's brand descriptive musical performance on Music of the Black Experience.
St. Louis born Burrage is a celebrated and versatile drummer who also plays marimba, vibes, African/world hand drums and idiophones. His unique style is a virtual smorgasbord of rhythms where you might hear anything from bebop to funk to soul, having performed with such icons as singer/songwriter Fontella Bass; pianist Sir Roland Hanna; and a host of other legendary musicians, such as McCoy Tyner, Wayne Shorter, Sonny Rollins and Jaco Pastorius.
Holographic Principle features Ronnie Burrage on drums, keys, vocals. He's joined by Kim Clarke on electric and acoustic bass. Clarke, an internationally acclaimed composer, educator, musician, has performed with many of the giants of jazz, such as the late Joe Henderson, Art Blakey, Mary Lou Williams and DeFunkt; Frank "Ku-umba" Lacy rocks on trombone, brass and vocals. A Houston native, Lacy's remarkable career spans 50 years, performing and recording with such legends as Lionel Hampton and the Mingus Big Band; and as musical director for D'Angelo. Rounding out the quartet is rising star Alex Collins on piano and keyboard. Collins is an esteemed New York City based composer/ arranger and former winner of the prestigious Wynton Kelly Jazz Foundation Award for Jazz Achievement.
It's an evening not to be missed.
In-person seats: $25 / $10 full-time students with valid ID
In -person attendees receive a link to the recording to view for one week.
Streaming Cost is $15
The link will be revealed 15 minutes before the show
and will remain active through Feb. 27