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Bass Virtuoso on a Funky Jazz Trip

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Date:
Friday, Jan 8, 2016
Time:
8:00pm
Cost:
$12
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Jay Young and The Lyric Factory

Our 4th installment in the Bandwidth series is packed with familiar radio hits from some of music’s heaviest hitters. From Prince, and El Debarge, Jimi Hendrix, and Sly and the Family Stone, Marvin Gaye, Aretha, The Beatles, Miles Davis, Elton John and more..the night will surely be the most fun we’ve had yet!

About Jay Young and The Lyric Factory

Jay Young and The Lyric Factory LIVE at The Dakota

We’re back! Stay tuned for details on the next installment of the Lyric Factory, featuring:

Jay Young: Piccolo Bass
Ian Young: Bass
Kevin Washington: Drums
Sean Turner: Keys
Ernest Bisong: Violin
Haylee Dee: Vocals
Yolande Bruce: Vocals
Linda Sloan: Vocals

Jay Young is one of the Twin Cities’ ‘first call’ bassists. He is a freelance performer and educator involved in a vast array of projects, working with national and international artists. He has performed at the Guthrie Theater, Ordway Center, Illusion, and Penumbra Theatre. Jay has also been a featured performer at the Lincoln Center, Juilliard School, Boston Symphony Hall, The Blue Note, Umbra (Italy), Espoo (Finland), and Tejo (Portugal). He has shared the stage with Ray Brown, James Moody, Dizzy Gillespie, T.S. Monk, Grover Washington Jr., Dave Brubeck, Ron Carter, Buster Williams, Bobby Lyle, Eddie Daniels, the Minnesota Orchestra, Omaha Symphony, Phil Upchurch, Jennifer Holiday, Harry Connick Jr., Jay Leno, Paul Bollenbeck, Reverend Al Green, Bobby McFerrin, Jefferson Starship, Carole King, and Ray Charles, Kevin Mahogany, Joe Lovano, Ernie Watts, Tim Ries, Sony Holland, Marvin “Smitty” Smith, and many others.

What Other People Have Been Saying...

“… the music exploded, showering the room with a joyful exuberance usually reserved for dance halls and gospel services. And no one had more fun than Jay Young” -Andrea Canter, Jazz Police