Sweetwater Music Hall will host an impressive lineup of musicians performing a celebration of the music of John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme next year. Guitarist Steve Kimock will appear with the ensemble on February 3 at the Mill Valley, California venue.
Along with Kimock the A Love Supreme celebration will include saxophonist Larry Ochs, bassist Reed Mathis guitarist Henry Kaiser, keyboardist Bob Bralove and drummer John Hanrahan. Tickets to the show are currently on sale via this link.
Coltrane released A Love Supreme in 1965 featuring the renowned saxophonist’s quartet made up of bassist Jimmy Garrison, drummer Elvin Jones and pianist McCoy Tyner. A single recording session held at Rudy Van Gelder’s studio on December 9, 1964 in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey resulted in the landmark LP issued the following month. Coltrane was just 40 years old when he died on July 17, 1967 in Huntington, New York.
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