Julian Lage Group: Newport Jazz 2010 Lage burst onto the San Francisco music scene as a young prodigy. He's matured into a guitarist who seamlessly incorporates various references into improvisational music full of savvy and vision.
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Julian Lage Group: Newport Jazz 2010

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Lage burst onto the San Francisco music scene as a young prodigy comfortable in blues, folk, classical and several jazz idioms. He's matured into a guitarist who seamlessly incorporates all those references into improvisational music bursting with compositional savvy and intriguing vision. His quintet, with cello and hand percussion, performs at the CareFusion Newport Folk Festival in Newport, R.I.

Personnel
  • Julian Lage, guitar
  • Dan Blake, sax
  • Aristides Rivas, cello
  • Jorge Roeder, bass
  • Tupac Mantilla, percussion
Set List
  • "Listening Walk"
  • "However"
  • "Telegram"
  • "Lil Darlin'"
  • "Cocoon"
  • "Ode To Elvin"
  • "Motor Minder"
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