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The NYC Jazz Scene with Marcus Miller

March 3, 2016

 

 

 

The NYC Jazz Scene with Marcus Miller

Events take place at Multiple Venues: Waldorf Astoria, BB Kings, Diamond Horseshoe, Blue Note, & Birdland.

March 20th, 7:30PM
March 21st,12:30PM
March 21st, 7:00PM
March 22nd,12:30PM
March 22nd, 6:00PM

 

MARCUS MILLER:
Multi-instrumentalist, Marcus Miller is highly proficient as a keyboardist, clarinetist/bass clarinetist and, primarily, as a world-renowned electric bassist, topping critics’ and readers’ polls for three decades. His résumé as an A-list player brims with over 500 recording credits as a sideman on albums across the spectrum of musical styles: rock (Donald Fagen and Eric Clapton), Jazz (George Benson, Dizzy Gillespie, Joe Sample, Wayne Shorter and Grover Washington, Jr.), pop (Roberta Flack, Paul Simon and Mariah Carey), R&B (Aretha Franklin and Chaka Khan), hip hop (Jay-Z and Snoop Dogg), blues (Z.Z. Hill), new wave (Billy Idol), smooth jazz (Al Jarreau and Dave Koz) and opera (collaborations with tenor Kenn Hicks and soprano Kathleen Battle).

 

As a film music composer, Miller rose from writing the go-go party classic “Da Butt” for Spike Lee’s “School Daze” to becoming the go-to composer for 20+ films (from the documentary “1 Love” to the animated children’s fable “The Trumpet and The Swan” to the Eddie Murphy/Halle Berry classic “Boomerang”).

 

As a producer, writer and player, Marcus was the last primary collaborator of jazz legend Miles Davis, contributing the composition and album “Tutu” to the canon of contemporary jazz music. The breadth of his collaborative talents were best showcased in his work with the late, great soul man Luther Vandross, contributing to well over half of his albums as a producer, composer and/or player on a string of hits capped by “Power of Love/Love Power” for which Marcus won his first Grammy, 1991’s R&B Song of the Year.

 

 

 

 

 

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