The Cookers at Nate Holden Performing Arts Center

Where

Nate Holden Performing Arts Center
4718 W. Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
323-964-9768

When

Fri, February 17, 2017
8:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2017-02-17 8:00 pm 2017-02-17 The Cookers at Nate Holden Performing Arts Center New York Times: they are a dream team of forward-leaning hard-bop heavyweight Jazz Masters with a soulful swagger that could shred burlap.

NPR: The Cookers form a summit of swinging road warriors who are simply one of the most burning and hardest-hitting bands on the scene. These guys are all giants... In The Cookers they have combined their incredible collective legacy of composit and experience.

Los Angeles Times: The Cookers have the rich pallet of a big band with an Ornette-inspired jaggedness that drives and cooks like a small one.

JazzTimes: This band smokes! The mighty seven wield instruments like sonic weapons as they stir up a fiery jazz creating a turbulent energy. They were right there when Coltrane was happening and they are still creating groundbreaking jazz.

Our good fortune is... the magnificent seven continue to ride.

Heres to The Cookers!

Billy Harper -tenor saxophone Eddie Henderson -trumpet David Weiss -trumpet Donald Harrison -alto saxophone George Cables -piano Cecil McBee -bass Billy Hart -drums
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Tickets

$35

Musicians

The Cookers The Cookers
band/orchestra

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New York Times: they are a dream team of forward-leaning hard-bop heavyweight Jazz Masters with a soulful swagger that could shred burlap.

NPR: The Cookers form a summit of swinging road warriors who are simply one of the most burning and hardest-hitting bands on the scene. These guys are all giants... In The Cookers they have combined their incredible collective legacy of composit and experience.

Los Angeles Times: The Cookers have the rich pallet of a big band with an Ornette-inspired jaggedness that drives and cooks like a small one.

JazzTimes: This band smokes! The mighty seven wield instruments like sonic weapons as they stir up a fiery jazz creating a turbulent energy. They were right there when Coltrane was happening and they are still creating groundbreaking jazz....
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