September 14 Special Event: The Lynne Arriale Trio featuring Jay Anderson & Lewis Nash

September 14, 2017 @ 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM
The Nash
110 E Roosevelt St
Phoenix, AZ 85004
$50 *V.I.P. (each), $44, $39. (Student ticket: $29; restrictions apply.) All seats reserved. *VIP front section, 4-seat table purchase required. Only 4 VIP tables available.

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7:30 PM (Two Sets)

Admission:  $50 *V.I.P. (each), $44, $39. (Student ticket: $29; restrictions apply – Gallery seats only.) All seats reserved.
*VIP front section, 4-seat table purchase required. Only 4 VIP tables available.

Lynne Arriale-piano, Jay Anderson-bass, Lewis Nash-drums

The consummate storyteller and incomparable jazz darling , pianist/composer Lynne Arriale comes to The Nash for a unique night of jazz.  She is joined by Nash namesake Lewis Nash on drums and the ever versatile master Jay Anderson on bass to form an All-Star Trio.  This concert is definitely for the record books and sure to sell quickly!

Pianist/composer Lynne Arriale‘s career is graced by a love of melody and a joy of musical discovery. Arriale has performed on international concert and festival stages over the past 25 years. The consummate storyteller, she immediately connects with her listeners. JazzTimes wrote, “She achieves a special, deep connection with her audience, and the energy flows both ways. Arriale’s emotional authenticity allows her audience to feel and think along with her.” CLICK HERE for full bio.

Bassist/composer Jay Anderson is among the most versatile and respected jazz artists performing today. Born in Southern California, Anderson began playing acoustic bass at the age of twelve… In addition to being a highly sought-after sideman, Anderson is a proven voice in his own right. His two original recordings on the DMP label, “NEXT EXIT” and “LOCAL COLOR” have received critical acclaim both in the U.S. and abroad. CLICK HERE for full bio.

Lewis Nash, for whom the The Nash is named, was raised and born in Phoenix. He began playing drums at age 10 and was drawn to jazz by the age of 18 when he performed with local jazz groups. Now an internationally-renowned drummer, Lewis is acclaimed “the most valuable player” in jazz (Modern Drummer Magazine). CLICK HERE for full bio.



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