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FRIDAY NIGHT SEPTEMBER 27
AN EVENING OF TRAILBLAZING MUSIC

Allison Miller & Derrick Hodge Present
Soul on Soul: A Tribute to Mary Lou Williams

 
“Mary Lou Williams is perpetually contemporary.”  – Duke Ellington
 
2019 Artists-in-Residence Allison Miller and Derrick Hodge pay homage to pianist and composer Mary Lou Williams, an unsung jazz pioneer whose nearly 60-year career created a diverse and compelling body of work of more than 350 compositions. Miller and Hodge will include pieces from her epic devotional work, Black Christ of the Andes, of which “St. Martin de Porres” was given its West Coast premiere at MJF8 in 1965.
 
Friday, September 27
7:30pm
Jimmy Lyons Stage

Taylor McFerrin

 
“This is music that operates at the crossroads of jazz, hip-hop
and contemporary R&B…” – PopMatters

 
The cutting edge DJ, producer, keyboardist, beatboxer, and composer Taylor McFerrin, the eldest son of celebrated singer Bobby McFerrin, has created a singular brand of vocal beats, electric piano, synthesizers, voice, deep grooves and densely layered soundscapes. Currently performing around the world with Glasper’s all-star R+R=Now project, Taylor will make his MJF debut!
 
Friday, September 27
9:00pm
Pacific Jazz Café

DJ Brother Mister

 
“I need some Crisco in my jazz, you know? Some fatback.”
– Christian McBride
DJ Brother Mister is the alter-ego of the six-time Grammy-winning bassist Christian McBride when he steps behind the turntables, spinning classic soul and funk — areas of music of which McBride is a connoisseur — while soloing over the tunes. As MJF62’s Showcase and Commission Artist, McBride will show Monterey a different aspect of his extensive musical heritage through this intimate and much-anticipated show.
 
Friday, September 27
7:00pm
Pacific Jazz Café

Chris Potter Circuits Trio

“…one of the most influential saxophonists of his generation.”
Washington Post

 
The Grammy-winning saxophonist Chris Potter has been on the cutting edge of jazz for nearly 30 years. His new genre-defying Circuits Trio with keyboardist James Francies and drummer Eric Harland has been turning heads in 2019, and the band’s chemistry blends a vibrant soundscape of electronics, unforgettable hooks and surprising turns of phrase, all played with relentless energy.
 
Friday, September 27
7:30pm
Dizzy's Den
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