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John Abercrombie Quartet
Phone (510) 238-9200
Price $25.00, $49.00 (Premier Seating + Meet and Greet)
Age Suitability All Ages
Categories Jazz Pop

John Abercrombie Quartet

Sunday, Feb 9 8:00p

John Abercrombie continues pushing the envelope of jazz guitar music into the 21st century. His first high-profile gig came in 1968 with the legendary soul jazz organist Johnny “Hammond” Smith, and since then he has collaborated with many of the all time greats in modern music, including Chico Hamilton, Gato Barbieri, Billy Cobham, Charles Earland, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Gil Evans, Jack DeJonnette, Dave Holland, McCoy Tyner, and Charles Lloyd.

His recording career as a leader began in 1974 with the release
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John Abercrombie Quartet

PREMIER SEATING + MEET and GREET tickets: Yoshi's will provide seating in the first two rows for the performance. The Meet and Greet will be one hour before the performance (7PM) and will take place in the club.

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John Abercrombie
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John Abercrombie's fluid guitar style reflects the permeable boundaries of jazz, rock, and funk, without sounding watered-down. Abercrombie cut his teeth in Johnny "Hammond" Smith’s group in the mid-1960s, and towards the end of the decade played alongside Randy and Michael Brecker in the group Dreams....
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Yoshi's Oakland Jazz Club
510 Embarcadero West
Oakland, CA 94607
(510) 238-9200
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