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Eric Harland & Walter Smith Iii Present "voyager In Twio" at Regattabar

Molly Collins uploaded this event on January 16, 2019

Where

Regattabar
One Bennett Street
Cambridge, MA
Map
617-395-7757

Eric Harland & Walter Smith Iii Present

When

Thu, February 21, 2019
8:00 pm

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Musicians

Walter Smith III
Walter Smith III

saxophone, tenor

About

Multi-Grammy Nominated Drummer, Eric Harland is the most "In demand drummer" of his generation. He has already been on over 400 recordings and multiple film scores at his age of 42. Eric has been recognized in the Boston Globe, New York Times, JazzTimes, Modern Drummer, All About Jazz, The New Yorker, DownBeat, L'uomo Vogue and other prominent publications.

It has been his privilege to share the stage with masters such as Betty Carter, Joe Henderson, MyCoy Tyner, Michael Brecker, Terence Blanchard, Branford and Wynton Marsalis, Wayne Shorter, Savion Glover, SFJAZZ Collective and many others, as well as todays up and coming artist like Esperanza Spalding, Jane Monheit, Taylor Eigsti, Julian Lage, Stacie Orrico, Robert Glasper and so on. His current list of performing groups are "JAMES FARM" with Joshua Redman, "PRISM" with Dave Holland and Kevin Eubanks, "SANGAM" with Charles Lloyd and Zakir Hussain, "Charles Lloyd New Quartet", "OVERTONE" with Dave Holland, Jason Moran, Chris Potter and "VOYAGER" Eric's own widely recognized group. But Eric doesn't stop there, he also manages to fit in many collaborations with world renowned artist like Les Claypool "PRIMUS", "DISPATCH" the band, KRS1, John Mayer, Gigi Hadid, Spike Lee, Steve Miller, Mariah Carey, Randy Jackson from "AMERICAN IDOL" and etc. ...

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