BUSTER WILLIAMS & SOMETHING MORE

One of jazz’s most valuable sidemen, Buster Williams has flourished through many periods of changing fashions in jazz. Best known since the 1980s for his solid, dark tone and highly refined technique on the acoustic bass, the jazz-rock generation knows him as the mobile anchor of Herbie Hancock’s exploratory Mwandishi Sextet. Williams doubled on acoustic and electric basses and experimenting with electronic effects, revolutionizing the sound. The bassist went on to back acts like Nancy Wilson, Miles Davis, Sonny Rollins, and Count Basie.Williams’ undeniable chops and prolific career have given him a staying power to, in his words, “keep on fighting, no matter who’s supposedly in charge and whatever it is they try to tell you.”

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THURSDAY JUNE 22 | RACHEL BROWNE THEATRE

SHOWS @ 7:30 & 10 PM

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