|Sent on:||Wednesday, October 24, 2012 6:19 PM|
Ron Carter, one of the world's best jazz bassists, brings his quartet to the Boulder Theater. The show starts at 8pm, Boulder Theater, 14th and Spruce.
We'll meet up at 6pm at the bar next door for apps and drinks.
Call (303)[masked] for tickets; get your ticket early! Tickets $25 - $40. We'll have a Boulder Jazz Fans sign at our table so you can find us, or call me on my cellphone, (303) 818-8722. --Jane
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About Ron Carter -- He is one of the most influential and widely recorded bassists in jazz history. With appearances on more than 2,000 records, his career has spanned the past six decades and is still going strong today.
Carter achieved international attention as a member of Miles Davis' legendary "second great quintet" during the mid- to late 1960s. With nimble and accurate technique, his clear lines always kept the pulse steadily moving and synchronized perfectly with everyone on stage. This reliability landed him sideman gigs with countless other musicians: McCoy Tyner, Eric Dolphy, Herbie Hancock and Horace Silver, just to name a few legends.