Sun, January 12th

Revive Music APAP Showcase

jazz TICKETS

Doors 6PM
Show 6:30PM
Advance Price Free
Door Price Free
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If available, more tickets are available at door




Revive Music APAP Showcase Presents:


6:30pm - Romain Collin Trio
7:45pm - Mimi Jones' Hot Tone Label Preview f. Camille Thurman and Shirazette Tinnin 
9pm - Brandee Younger presents Afro Harping: A Tribute to Dorothy Ashby 
10pm- Kojo Odu Roney & friends


Romain Collin Trio

Romain Collin - piano
Burniss Earl Travis - bass
Nate Wood - drums
 
Described by NPR host Jon Weber as “a visionary composer, an extraordinary jazz pianist and a very bright young rising star in the jazz world”, Romain Collin continues to develop his vision, combining the tradition of improvisation with sound designing and classical music. Now releasing his second record as a leader, Collin keeps making his mark on the New York scene, as well as internationally. 
Currently based in NYC, Romain performs with his trio in the US and abroad. Notable shows include Tokyo Jazz Festival, Cyprus Jazz Festival, Blue Note Jazz Festival, Angel City Jazz Festival, Cotton Club Tokyo and NY performances at the Blue Note, Steinway Hall, Smalls and Kitano. While furthering his career as a leader, Romain continues to explore various musical genres as a sideman, performing and/or recording for artists such as Ms. Lauryn Hill, Fredrika Stahl (Sony, BMG), Tony Grey (ObliqSound), Makoto Hirahara (Columbia), Jorscan (co-production of the self-tiled 
debut jorScan), vibist Chris Dingman , saxophonist Tim Green and bassist Joe Sanders. 
Official Website



Mimi Jones' Hot Tone Label Preview f. Camille Thurman and Shirazette Tinnin

Camille Thurman - Tenor, Soprano, Flute, and Voice
Mimi Jones - Bass/ Vocal 
Shirazette Tinnin - Drums 
 
Mimi Jones, multi talented bassist, vocalist and composer, brings her beacon of musical light to the world while embracing a positive future with her inspiring messages. Mimi’s elegant sound is an eclectic mix of genres based on a strong jazz foundation that leaves room for funky bass grooves, world beat rhythms, gentle textures and the soulful cries of the Wurlizter. “This music taps in directly to the senses using elements of jazz, folk, rock, blues and different sounds from around the world which have all had such a profound effect on me.”
Official Website



Brandee Younger presents Afro Harping: A Tribute to Dorothy Ashby
 
Brandee Younger - harp
Rashaan Carter - bass
Chelsea Baratz - tenor sax
EJ Strickland - drums
Raydar Ellis - dj
 
the Brandee Younger Quartet presents Afro Harping: A Tribute to Dorothy Ashby, which pays homage to the great jazz harpist & composer by putting a new take on the soulful and funky grooves of the 1968 album. Dorothy Ashby's unparalleled musicianship is one reason that the 1968 album “Afro Harping” is a particularly sought after record among producers and beat makers. One of the most progressive artists of her time, Detroit native Dorothy Ashby proved herself a trailblazer, using the concert harp in jazz, r&b and other popular styles.
New York based harpist Brandee Younger has paved a path all her own using the harp extensively in modern styles, having shared the stage with the likes of Jack Dejohnette, Ravi Coltrane, Charlie Haden & Reggie Workman, as well as performing on tracks by Common, Ski Beats & John Legend. Younger has become one of New York's most sought after musicians and continues to challenge the role of the traditional harpist.



Kojo and friends:
 
Buster Williams - bass
William "Spaceman" Patterson - Guitar
Antoine Roney - Saxophone
Kojo Odu Roney - Drums 

Kojo Odu Roney
This gentle, kind and out-spoken 9 year old jazz prodigy and musical genius is not only a representation of the 21st Century mind but has the power to change the music paradigm as we know it- drawing a far more younger, dedicated audience to the scene. Children and their parents will come to know the powers and histories of this music through Kojo’s example.
Kojo is the 4th generation artist in his family linage which includes his mother, choreographer-Nia Love and two of the most note- worthy, well-respected musicians of our time- Antoine (father) and Wallace Roney (uncle).