Saturday, December 6th – Late Show at Amnesia

 

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– $8-10 sliding scale/door
– 21+ show

11:30 – 1:00 a.m

Brazilvox brings Brazilian flavor to the San Franciso Bay Area with Samba, Funk, Samba Reggae, Brazilian Pop (MPB), Forro and other Brazilian styles. The eight-piece band plays a mix of original music and unique arrangements of some of Brazil’s greatest music – from Chico Buarque to Seu Jorge.

visit https://www.facebook.com/brazilvox

 

 10 pm Darren Johnston’s Broken Quartet – http://darrenjohnstonmusic.com

Darren Johnston – trumpet/vocals

Faisal Zedan – riqq/derbekki/vocals

Jake Leckie – bass

Hamir Atwal – drum set

MSK.fm

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Antonino Musco (aka Msk / MSK.fm), producer/engineer, radio host and jazz trained musician with a strong improvisational and audiovisual background. Italian-born, Antonino traveled and networked across Europe before relocating to San Francisco in 2010.

As a solo artist or with his band Sicilian AV project, Antonino performed in some of the Old Continent most exclusive festivals and events, including the XIII Biennial of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean (BJCEM), Villa Celimontana Jazz Festival in Rome, IT; Praguebiennale3 in Prague, CZ; Crazycurators Biennale in Bratislava, SK.

Resident DJ at Elbo Room, Amnesia and Revolution Cafe in San Francisco; Antonino also host a weekly radio show (since 2008) on Party 934 94.9FM in Hudson Valley, New York.

 

www.soundcloud.com/mskfm | http://eermusica.bandcamp.com

 


“Johnston explores the limits of his instrument with a hankering for originality…running away and never looking back.”

– San Francisco Bay Guardian, “Pick of the Week,” July 5-11, 2006.

“fantastic…with a big bell tone and a tart phrasing style that really cuts through.”
– Signal to Noise #48.

“a resourceful improviser who writes vivid, episodic themes.”
– Downbeat Magazine, June 2007, “25  Trumpeters for the Future.”

“Someone to watch, on trumpet of course, but as a composer and bandleader as well.”
– John Corbett, Downbeat Magazine, Aug 2009

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