Saturday, November 29, 2008

Sworn to the Drum performing live
on KDHX's "All Soul No Borders"
this Sunday, November 30

Via 52nd City: The percussion-heavy jazz and world music group Sworn to the Drum will perform live from 10:30 p.m. to midnight this Sunday, November 30 on "All Soul, No Borders," the KDHX (88.1 FM) radio program hosted by Josh Weinstein. From Weinstein's email:
"The group bills themselves as a "musical salute to the drum." They play improvisational jazz with a variety of world drumming infused. The group is led by Baba Mike Nelson. He plays trumpet, flügelhorn, conch shells, and assorted percussion including the bata drum. Sunday's line-up will include Aaron Parker on alto sax and flute, Mondel on congas, Ariel on Bass, plus the poetry of K. Curtis Lyle and vocal/rhythmic accompaniment by David A. N. Jackson."
(For those who can't listen to the over-the-air broadcast, note that KDHX streams its signal on its Web site, and also archives most programs for online listening for at least a couple of weeks after the original broadcast. )

Weinstein also says the group "are promoting an upcoming concert at The Regional Arts Commission, 6128 Delmar next Sunday, December 7 from 7-9 PM." StLJN will have more details on that if & when we can get 'em...

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