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Music Event DETAIL
Come and enjoy this great jazz live performance at the Dirty Dog Jazz Cafe.
Cameron Graves
Cameron Graves
PERFORMANCE DATES
Fri, November 02 2018 - Sat, November 03 2018
SEATING TIMES:
FRIDAY:
2 Seatings: 6:00pm-Midnight $25 Cover

1st Seating: 6:00pm-9:30pm
Band Performs from 7:00pm-8:30pm

2nd Seating: 10:00pm-12:00am
Band Performs from 10:30pm-Midnight

SATURDAY:
2 Seatings: 6:00pm-Midnight $25 Cover

1st Seating: 6:00pm-9:30pm
Band Performs from 7:00pm-8:30pm

2nd Seating: 10:00pm-12:00am
Band Performs from 10:30pm-Midnight
LOCATION:
Dirty Dog Jazz Cafe
97 Kercheval, Grosse Pointe, MI 48236
DESCRIPTION

The release of Kamasi Washington's The Epic last year marked a seismic shift in the jazz landscape and the game-changing arrival of the genre-blurring Los Angeles collective West Coast Get Down. That evolution continues with the release of Planetary Prince, the debut album by visionary pianist, keyboardist, composer and WCGD founding member Cameron Graves. 

 

Upon signing with Mack Avenue Records, Graves nearly released four song EP of the same name was expanded to an eight track full length album, all packed with the same mind-expanding invention that marked all of the work previously generated by the WCGD - including Kamasi Washington's universally acclaimed debut The Epic (which prominently featured Graves throughout its three discs). These releases have marked a seismic shift in the jazz landscape and the game-changing arrival of the genre-blurring Los Angeles collective West Coast Get Down blending elements of Jazz, Classical, Rock and Hip-Hop.