The New Jersey-based jazz quartet New Tricks (pictured) is coming to St. Louis to perform at 7:00 p.m. Sunday, April 10 at the Bistro at Grand Center. The jazz combos from Webster Groves High School will open the show.
New Tricks is co-led by tenor saxophonist Mike Lee and trumpeter Ted Chubb, who are both originally from Cleveland, and includes bassist Kellen Harrison and drummer Shawn Baltazor. They're touring in support of their second self-released CD Alternate Side, which officially comes out on Tuesday, April 5. Admission will be $10 at the door.
For a sample of New Tricks' music, check out the embedded video window below, which features a 2009 performance of the original composition "Old Dog."
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