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Marcus Miller performs at the 2013 Newport Jazz Festival

Marcus Miller performs at the 2013 Newport Jazz Festival

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Newport Jazz Festival

Marcus Miller, Live In Concert: Newport Jazz 2013

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Few musicians today are as versatile as Marcus Miller: bassist, keyboardist, bass clarinetist, film composer, producer and more. He does jazz, rock, jazz-rock, pop, R&B, smooth jazz — anything that black musicians have invented in the last half-century. He was in Miles Davis' last band, and the ethos of that music tends to carry over into his own. His band closed out day one on the main Fort stage.

Set List

All compositions by Marcus Miller.

  • "Detroit"
  • "Redemption"
  • "Revelation"
  • "Jekyll & Hyde"
  • "Gorée"
  • "Tutu"
Personnel
  • Marcus Miller, electric bass
  • Lee Hogans, trumpet
  • Alex Han, saxophones
  • Brett Williams, keyboards
  • Adam Agati, guitar
  • Louis Cato, drummer
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