The Joshua Redman Trio Saxophonist Joshua Redman has been the darling of jazz critics for more than a decade. With bassist Reuben Rogers and percussionist Ali Jackson Jr., he performs an improvisational set of bebop, blues and Broadway at Zankel Hall.
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The Joshua Redman Trio

Joshua Redman in concert on Creators at Carnegie - 04/23/2005

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Saxophonist Joshua Redman has been the darling of jazz critics for more than a decade. At Zankel Hall, he plays bebop and blues in a trio with two new collaborators: bassist Reuben Rogers and percussionist Ali Jackson Jr. The ensemble lets the audience eavesdrop on some new, evolving tunes and performs surprising renditions of popular songs, including "Surrey with a Fringe on Top" and Antonio Carlos Jobim's "How Insensitive."

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