Live On Stage at Levitt Pavillion is Snarky Puppy.

With the release of their live, two-disc album/DVD, Tell Your Friends, Snarky Puppy has gone from an underground secret to one of the most internationally respected names in instrumental music. The three-time Dallas Observer Music Award-winning group for Best Jazz Act has gained a reputation for putting on a live show unparalleled in energy, virtuosity and musicianship. They seamlessly fuse a deep knowledge and respect for musical tradition with sonic and conceptual innovation in a way that is able to reach the most critical or most carefree audience.

After spending its formative years at the University of North Texas, Snarky Puppy is somewhere between a garage band and a collective, with more than 25 players in regular rotation who include Grammy Award winners and mainstays with artists, such as Erykah Badu, Marcus Miller, P Diddy, Dirty Money, The Polyphonic Spree, Snoop Dogg, Roy Hargrove’s RH Factor, Morcheeba, Tower of Power, Ari Hoenig and Adam Rogers, Justin Timberlake, Kenny Garrett, Yo-Yo Ma, Lucy Woodward, and Bilal. 

James Gandolfini, RIP "Woke up this mornin', got yourself a gun"...

Atonoffun Mark-the Saxaholic will try to get there early and save some seats, so feel free to call him at[masked]-JAZZ.  Also on Sunday, Bradd is at[masked] and some meetup members plan to start singing at Aroundabout Sport Bar (2701 Galleria across from 6 Flags Mall) beforehand. So sign-on, come out and/or text for updates. Should be a great evening of music!

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    Mark-my husband and possibly another friend will be coming as well. Davette ran into us at the Levitt Friday night and we sat together and chatted.

    June 23, 2013

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