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The Sun Ra Arkestra

12/16/17 | 10:00 PM

Nublu

151 Avenue C Map

512-382-7953

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16-12-2017 12:00:00 16-12-2017 12:00:00 America/New_York The Sun Ra Arkestra | 10:00 PM U.S. free-jazz ensemble that emerged during the mid-'50s. Initially centered around Sun Ra for almost 40 years, the Arkestra went through various incarnations and is still active currently under the leadership of Marshall Allen. Note: Please use The Sun Ra Arkestra as PAN for all releases involving the Arkestra. These few exceptions are not ANVs of the Arkestra and are PANs in their own right: The Sun Ra All Stars, Sun Ra Sextet, Sun Ra Quartet. For Sun Ra's solo recordings (such as piano jazz, poetry, or spoken word), use Sun Ra. Current lineup: Marshall Allen - alto saxophone, flute, EVI - joined in 1958 Michael Ray - trumpet, vocals - joined in 1978 Fred Adams - trumpet - joined in 1982 Knoel Scott - alto saxophone - joined in 1979 Vincent Chancey - french horn - joined in 1976 Cecil Brooks - trumpet Danny Ray Thompson - flute, baritone sax, alto sax, bassoon - joined in 1967 Abshalom Ben Shlomo - alto sax, clarinet - joined in 1970 Rey Scott - baritone saxophone - joined in 1988 Dave Davis - trombone - joined in 1997 Elson Nascimento - percussion - joined in 1988 Craig Holiday Haynes - drums - joined in 1980 D. Hotep - guitar - joined in 2000 Yahya Abdul-Majid - tenor saxophone - joined in 1980 Kash Killion - cello - joined in 1989 Bill Davis - bass - joined in 1962 Tyler Mitchell - bass - joined in 1985 Juini Booth - bass - joined in 1967 Farid Abdul-Bari Barron - piano James Stewart - tenor - joined in 2011 Craig Harris - trombone Wayne Anthony Smith Jr. - drums Tara Middleton - voice, percussion, violin Atakatune (Stanley Morgan) - conga, timbal - joined in 1972 George Burton - piano - joined in 2015 http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=264708 Nublu Nublu

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U.S. free-jazz ensemble that emerged during the mid-'50s. Initially centered around Sun Ra for almost 40 years, the Arkestra went through various incarnations and is still active currently under the leadership of Marshall Allen.

Note: Please use The Sun Ra Arkestra as PAN for all releases involving the Arkestra. These few exceptions are not ANVs of the Arkestra and are PANs in their own right: The Sun Ra All Stars, Sun Ra Sextet, Sun Ra Quartet. For Sun Ra's solo recordings (such as piano jazz, poetry, or spoken word), use Sun Ra.

Current lineup: Marshall Allen - alto saxophone, flute, EVI - joined in 1958 Michael Ray - trumpet, vocals - joined in 1978 Fred Adams - trumpet - joined in 1982 Knoel Scott - alto saxophone - joined in 1979 Vincent Chancey - french horn - joined in 1976 Cecil Brooks - trumpet Danny Ray Thompson - flute, baritone sax, alto sax, bassoon - joined in 1967 Abshalom Ben Shlomo - alto sax, clarinet - joined in 1970 Rey Scott - baritone saxophone - joined in 1988 Dave Davis - trombone - joined in 1997 Elson Nascimento - percussion - joined in 1988 Craig Holiday Haynes - drums - joined in 1980 D. Hotep - guitar - joined in 2000 Yahya Abdul-Majid - tenor saxophone - joined in 1980 Kash Killion - cello - joined in 1989 Bill Davis - bass - joined in 1962 Tyler Mitchell - bass - joined in 1985 Juini Booth - bass - joined in 1967 Farid Abdul-Bari Barron - piano James Stewart - tenor - joined in 2011 Craig Harris - trombone Wayne Anthony Smith Jr. - drums Tara Middleton - voice, percussion, violin Atakatune (Stanley Morgan) - conga, timbal - joined in 1972 George Burton - piano - joined in 2015

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