Terri Lyne Carrington at “The Vic” in Santa Monica tonight…

Last minute reminder!
World renowned, Grammy nominated drummer, Terri Lyne Carrington will be making a rare local appearance with her band at “The Vic” in Santa Monica this Thursday, July 29th. Don’t miss an opportunity to see her “up close and personal” …”The Vic” is a true listening room, with great food, atmosphere and acoustics.
Terri Lyne Carrington developed a reputation as a child prodigy, jamming with veterans Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, and Joe Williams and many more. She played her first public performance at the Wichita Jazz Festival with the great Clark Terry at age 10. By age 11, she had received a full scholarship to Berklee College of Music where she played with such musicians as Branford Marsalis, Kevin Eubanks, Mike Stern, Greg Osby and others.
In the 1980’s Terri became the drummer for “The Arsenio Hall Show” and later on the late night show, “Vibe” hosted by Sinbad. Her debut release”Real Life Story” was nominated for a Grammy and featured Carlos Santana, Patrice Rushen, Grover Washington, Jr. and others. She has toured the globe with Joe Sample, Al Jarreau and Wayne Shorter, to name only a few. Recently, Terri has been touring with Herbie Hancock and Cassandra Wilson, as well as her own stellar band and enjoying the success of her latest CD, “Jazz is A Spirit”.
(The Victorian at Heritage Square)
2640 Main Street
Santa Monica, CA
Thursday, July 29th, 2004
8:00 PM to Midnight
Two sets 8:00 and 10:00
Terri Lyne Carrington
Mitch Forman (Piano)
Alan Hampton (Bass)
The password “TLC” will get you in with a COVER CHARGE
Seating is limited and reservations are recommended.
FOR Reservations
Call Ray Slayton
(888) for-jazz
(888) 367-5299
free parking
“The Vic” features an eclectic menu with reasonably priced
For further information, contact Collin Artists at 323-660-1016

One Response to “Terri Lyne Carrington at “The Vic” in Santa Monica tonight…”

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