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01 I'm The Heavenly Way (Bukka White)
02 stage announcements
03 Trouble in Mind
04 Hard Times Killing Floor Blues (Skip James)
05 song intro
06 Dark was the Night, Cold was the Ground (Blind Willie Johnson)
07 band introductions
08 stage announcement, interview
10 Parchment Farm
12 Future Blues
13 stage announcements
14 I Shall Not Be Moved (Mississippi John Jurt)
15 closing notes
Noah Preminger – tenor saxophone;
Dave Douglas – trumpet;
Kim Cass – bass;
Ian Froman – drums
interview was done between sets. enjoy!
A series of free concerts in Bushnell Park, Hartford
Produced by the Hartford Jazz Society, Monday Night Jazz, the nation’s longest-running free jazz concert series, returns to downtown Hartford’s Bushnell Park for its 49th consecutive season.
Event Schedule: Opening act starts at 6 pm. Headliner starts at 7:30 pm. Jeff Fuller Trio opened.
Noah Preminger, just 29, has recorded numerous critically acclaimed albums and is steadily listed as one of the best tenor saxophonists by critics and readers on the annual Downbeat Poll. Two new recordings are expected by early 2016, including an all-ballads date on the French vinyl label, Newvelle Records, and a recording inspired by Delta Mississippi Blues musicians, Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground.
Born in 1986, Preminger grew up in Canton, Connecticut. Preminger released his debut album, Dry Bridge Road, just after his 21st birthday and was named Debut of the Year in the Village Voice Critics Poll. Preminger’s second and third albums as a leader came in 2011 and 2013 while signed to the Palmetto Records label. The Boston Globe says Preminger’s music is “… impressive, challenging, and beautiful.” The saxophonist has performed on key stages from the US to Europe and Australia, and has played and/or recorded with the likes of Billy Hart, Dave Holland, John Patitucci, Fred Hersch, Dave Douglas, Rudy Royston, Rob Garcia, Joe Lovano, Victor Lewis, John and Bucky Pizzarelli, Billy Drummond, George Cables, Roscoe Mitchell, and Dr. Eddie Henderson.