Jazz on the bandstand is as much about variety as it is confluence, and this intergenerational trio unites a handful of historic vernaculars into its unique jargon. Meaning pre-bop rhythmic ploys might be wedged against moments of modernism — few songbooks open the door to both James P. Johnson and Eric Dolphy. One thing’s certain: As the septuagenarian drummer sets everything in motion — check the action... More >>>