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Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey will release a live album ‘The Battle For Earth’ and tour in support.
We’re pleased to premiere an animated video featuring a mash-up of two songs from Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey’s new album.
The Mike Dillon Band and Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey brought their co-headlining tour to San Francisco’s Boom Boom Room on April 5. Enjoy a full gallery and video from the show.
The lineup for this year’s Megalomanics Ball has been revealed.
The Mike Dillon Band & Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey will begin a 16-date tour later this month.
About Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey
Over the course of 20 years, 22 albums, and countless tours around the world, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey has become an institution in modern music. With their unique approach, JFJO has created a devoted following of music lovers and critics alike. Defined by evolution and change, the band has invented its own improvisatory language, one which permeates JFJOs sound regardless of configuration. Though there is no Jacob or Fred, the last 20 years have been a Jazz Odyssey. Beginning in 1994 in Tulsa, OK as a funky octet with MCs and horns, JFJO became an instrumental trio in 1999, a quartet in 2007, and expanded to a 9-piece ensemble for 2011’s “Race Riot Suite.” 2014 finds the band returning to the trio setting; with Brian Haas on acoustic piano/Fender Rhodes/bass Moog and synth, Chris Combs on electric guitar/lap steel and synth, and Josh Raymer on drums, JFJO is now making the most modern and immediate music of the bands career.
Stream audio, read a recap and check out the setlists from Phish’s Camp Oswego festival, which came to a close on this date in 1999.
John Popper with Twidde and Cory Wong with Pigeons Playing Ping Pong are among the collaborative sets that have been added to the 2019 LOCKN’ lineup.
Greensky Bluegrass recruited members of the Jon Stickley Trio for “Casual Wednesday” shenanigans at The NorVa in Norfolk.
Phish unveiled pro-shot video of the 38-minute “Ruby Waves” from Sunday night at Alpine Valley in East Troy, Wisconsin.
Nationals Park will host a Grateful Dead Night in August when the Washington Nationals take on the Cincinnati Reds.