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James Brandon Lewis

James Brandon Lewis

Mar 19th 2018 @ Space Bar

San Diego, CA
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No Filter | Road Songs West Coast Tour
Monday, March 19th, 2018
8:00 PM

James Brandon Lewis & Android Trio Collaborate on a West Coast Tour presenting Lewis's Critically Acclaimed Album " No Filter " & Android Trio's New Album " Road Songs " Both albums receiving praise from New York Times , Q magazine , Loud & Quiet many other outlets

James Brandon Lewis (b.1983) is a saxophonist, composer , and critically Acclaimed Artist that has received accolades from New York Times, Q Magazine and cultural tastemakers such as Ebony Magazine, who hailed him as one of the “7 Young Players to Watch” in 2013. Lewis has shared stages with Ken Filiano, Darius Jones, and Jason Hwang, William Parker, Hamiet Bluiett , Hamid Drake , Ravi Coltrane , Jimmy Heath Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Joe Lovano Dave Douglas, Marc Ribot, Anthony Coleman and many others. James Brandon Lewis Lewis has been endorsed by Jazz legend Saxophonist Sonny Rollins “ Promising young player with the potential to do great things having listened to the Elders”. – Jazz Magazine (France). Lewis attended Howard University and holds an MFA from California Institute of the Arts.

Android Trio - Max Kutner - guitar , Andrew Niven - Drums , Eric Klerks - Bass

The group formed during extensive touring as members of the renowned Magic Band (formerly Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band) and the Grandmothers of Invention (formerly Frank Zappa’s Mothers of Invention). After playing together on a lark at a café in Sydney, Australia in 2014, Niven, eight-string guitarist and bassist, Eric Klerks, and guitarist, Max Kutner, decided to carry on exploring the possibilities of combining their varied stylistic directions. Road Songs, the first official document of these explorations, attests to the richness of each trio member’s unique performance background and acts as both a tribute to the fabled world of traveling music and a harbinger of the new sonic color that arises from ignoring genre hierarchies.