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Newport Jazz Festival with Bill Charlap Trio and Natalie Cole
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Categories Jazz R&B and Soul
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Newport Jazz Festival with Bill Charlap Trio and Natalie Cole

Friday, Aug 2, 2013 8:00p

Newport Jazz Festival with Bill Charlap Trio and Natalie Cole at International Tennis Hall of Fame.

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Performers at this Event
Jon Cleary
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A respected session and sideman, British blues pianist and composer Jon Cleary has worked with rock, blues, and soul artists like Bonnie Raitt, D'Angelo, Maria Muldaur, Taj Mahal, and Eric Clapton....
Dr. John
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Cutting his teeth on New Orleans session work while still a teen in the 1950s, pianist and singer Dr. John (born Mac Rebennack) emerged in the late 1960s with GRIS-GRIS, a blend of snaky rhythms, Crescent City funk, and swampland voodoo flair....
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
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Formed in New Orleans in 1961, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band is one of the last links remaining to the iconic sound of traditional New Orleans jazz. The scene/school that birthed the talents of Louis Armstrong and King Oliver is still alive and well in New Orleans because of the elderly veterans (plus some of their younger acolytes) of the PHJB....
Location & Nearby Info
International Tennis Hall of Fame
194 Bellevue Ave.
Newport, RI 02840
(401) 849-3990
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Nov 09, 2007 - Tharrah on Dr. John
This guy looks like a pimp!

You have to respect that in this day and age. Especially when they put Dr. in their name. Event his background makes his sound awesome. He apparently lost his ring finger on his left hand from a gunshot wound. Thats pretty hard core if ask me. I would see him if only because he sounds like he's got great stories, that I hope he tells in between songs.