Henry Kaiser's Grooves of Mystery band will be playing a "going-away gig" on September 21 at the Ashkenaz Music & Dance Community Center. Following the event Henry will leave for three months as he sets off to the South Pole for some ice-diving!
Widely recognized as one of the most creative and innovative guitarists, improvisers, and producers in the fields of rock, jazz and experimental music, California-based musician Henry Kaiser is one of the most extensively recorded as well, having appeared on more than 140 different albums. A restless collaborator who constantly seeks the most diverse and personally challenging contexts for his music, Mr. Kaiser not only produces and contributes to a staggering number of recorded projects, he performs frequently throughout the USA, Europe and Japan, with several regular groupings as well as solo guitar concerts and concerts of freely improvised music with a host of diverse instrumentalists. Evidence of his exceptional musical breadth and versatility can be found in a partial list of the extraordinary artists with whom he has recorded and/or performed: Herbie Hancock, Richard Thompson, David Lindley, Bob Weir, The ROVA Sax Quartet, Elliot Sharp, John "Drumbo" French, Raymond Kane, Michael McClure, Bill Laswell and plenty more.
HENRY KAISER'S GROOVES OF MYSTERYHenry Kaiser (gtr)
Joe Rut (gtr vcl)
09.21.04 :: Ashkenaz Center :: Berkeley, CA
Cary Sheldon (vcl)
Freddie Roulette (lap steel & vcl)
Dave Jess (bass)
John Hanes (drums)
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