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FMRL: TIN/BAG :: Styrofoam Winos :: Ziona Riley

FMRL: TIN/BAG :: Styrofoam Winos :: Ziona Riley

Oct 16, 7:00pm - Oct 16, 10:00pm

Julia Martin Gallery444 Humphreys St Apt ANashville, TN37203 Map

::TIN/BAG

Duo of Bakersfield, CA-based trumpeter Kris Tiner and Tallahassee, FL-based guitarist Mike Baggetta create spare, ethereal music evoking comparison to an imagined collaboration between Wadada Leo Smith and Ray Russell.

They performed here once before in Fond Object's beloved courtyard filling the night air with their tonal hash. Join us around the porch of Julia Martin Gallery for some jazz al fresco sometimes muted.

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::Styrofoam Winos

Nashville group soul excellence in power trio formation

::Ziona Riley

Brilliant songwriter Ziona Riley is Nashville's answer to Bridget St. John. Her songs are taut, contrapuntal masterpieces which reveal more with each listen.


7 pm

$10-$15 sliding scale admission
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FMRL: Matthew Shipp Solo Piano and Poet Mia Hansford

FMRL: Matthew Shipp Solo Piano and Poet Mia Hansford

Oct 24, 8:00pm - Oct 24, 11:00pm

Darkhorse Theatre4610 Charlotte Ave.Nashville, TN37209 Map

**All guests, staff, and performers must show proof of Covid vaccination or a negative Covid test within 72 hours of show Guests and staff will be required to wear masks inside the venue. Performers will be unmasked.

Doors are at 7:30 pm; Show at 8 pm.
Sliding scale admission: $20-$25
Tickets available at the door with cash or paypal/venmo
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FMRL and Darkhorse Theatre are excited and grateful to present this show as part of Jazz Road, a national initiative of South Arts, which is funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation with additional support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

"The incomparable pianist-composer-improviser Matthew Shipp embarks on his first solo piano tour in three years, performing in 6 U.S. cities, October 15-30, 2021. The tour brings Shipp's distinctive sonic vernacular and virtuosic artistry to New York City, Charlottesville, Baltimore, Cleveland, Nashville and Ann Arbor.

Shipp's tour comes ahead of the release of Codebreaker (Nov. 5, Tao Forms), his latest solo piano recording. Within the voluminous catalogue that pianist Matthew Shipp has created over the last three and a half decades, his solo piano work has charted a unique and compelling pathway for the evolution
of the instrument’s vocabulary.

Codebreaker finds Shipp in a meditative state of mind. Though the language is unmistakably his own, his signature attacks, dense clusters and insistent circularity give way to harmonic nebulae in the mysterious resonances that Shipp conjures from the keyboard. “I was actually shocked at how introspective the album was when I listened back to it,” Shipp admits. “If I try to dissect my motivations, which are not always conscious and which just happen on their own, I see myself really basking in harmony. I'm interested in trying to wring all of the harmonics from the piano that I possibly can, and with that in mind, any set of harmonics has a set of melodic fragments that are implied.”

Matthew Shipp's Solo Piano Tour will happen in partnership with Arts for Art, Inc. (NYC),
Charlottesville Jazz Society (Charlottesville VA), An Die Musik Live (Baltimore MD), New Ghost
(Cleveland OH); FMRL/Chris Davis (Nashville TN), Edgefest (Ann Arbor MI).
Tour Schedule:
8pm OCT 14 Flamboyan Theater at The Clemente 107 Suffolk St. NYC
8pm OCT 16 Unity of Charlottesville Church, 2825 Hydraulic Circle, Charlottesville, VA
7pm OCT 17 An die Musik Live 409 N Charles St. Baltimore MD
7pm OCT 19 Bop Stop 2920 Detroit Ave. Cleveland OH
8pm OCT 24 Darkhorse Theater 4610 Charlotte Ave. Nashville TN
2pm OCT 30 Edgefest Kerrytown Concert House 415 North Fourth Ave. Ann Arbor MI

This tour is made possible with the support of Jazz Road, a national initiative of South Arts, which is funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation with additional support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
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