Scribe/podcaster Kyle Eagle does his hat trick/third Nels Cline interview for today’s Orlando Weekly. Eagle has the requisite brio to suggest a name for this trio with Larry Ochs and Gerald Cleaver.
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Nels Cline is best known by his Clark Kent persona as the lead guitarist in Wilco. Cline is listed in Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Guitarists as there doesn’t seem to be any boundaries in which to explore and innovate. Post-Coltrane lineage reed player Larry Ochs is cofounder of the 41 year-old ROVA Saxophone Quartet – ground floor influencers in the language of that now-accepted ensemble formation. Detroit native and University Of Michigan faculty member Gerald Cleaver moved to the Lion’s Den of NYC’s jazz scene to carve out a reputation as a first call drummer. The improvisational nature of jazz is the basis of this trio, while not necessarily the nature of their protean sonic offerings.
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Medeski, Martin And Wood drummer Billy Martin is the new Executive Director of the Woodstock, N.Y.’s Creative Music Studio, the music education non-profit founded by Karl Berger, Ingrid Sertso and Ornette Coleman in 1971. Karl, Ingrid and Billy come back to Orlando to teach and play during this February visit, joined by longtime Sam Rivers bassist Doug Mathews.
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Sunday, February 3, 2019 7pm Timucua Arts white house 2000 S. Summerlin Ave. Tangled Bell Ensemble: Elizabeth Baker, piano Matthew Davis, cello Harley Galeano, drums Steven Garnett, voice A.J. Herring, trombone Jim Ivy, saxophones, composition, conducting Syoma Klochko, accordion/guitar Thomas Milovac, bass Sarah Morrison, violin Dan Reaves, electronics Holly…
Forty plus years after Negativland’s first salvos, Mark Hosler’s solo work still uses the unlike and in the case of his concert at Timucua, it’s disjunct electronic devices roughly creating the signal path of late 1960’s synthesis.
“OneBeat, the celebrated musical-incubator returns to Timucua White House for a unique improvisatory style show. This inaugural OneBeat 2018 show will bring together 25 socially engaged musicians from 18 countries — in a rolling, spontaneous round-robin improv session as well as a series of intimate duo and trio performances.