10:00 AM…….10:00 AM…….10:00 AM………10:00 AM
Robin Nolan will be doing a Live interview and musical performance on KMHD in Portland , Oregon.
Tune into 89.1 FM ….or go to their website and listen online.http://www.kmhd.org/index.php?option=co ... &Itemid=70
Robin will be joined by Michael Papillo (bass) and Ted Gottsegan (Rhythm guitar)
Robin has 2 shows and a workshop here in Portland this weekend.
Robin Nolan comes to Portland
Hot Gypsy Jazz comes to Portland when the international guitar sensation, Robin Nolan, arrives on December 29th for two shows and a workshop. Come Celebrate the New Year with the incredible guitar work of Robin Nolan, joined by local favorites Pete Krebs (guitar/vocals) and Michael Papillo (double bass) and Seattleite, Ted Gottsegen (rhythm guitar), as they blaze through a mix of Django, Latin and Swing classics, peppered with stunning and inventive original compositions.
7:30PM Showtime $12
3939 N. Mississippi Avenue
Portland, OR 97227
503.288.3895 (for ticket info)www.mississippistudios.com
Alberta Street Pub
9PM Showtime $8
1036 NE Alberta Street
Portland, OR 97211
503.284.7665 (for ticket info)www.myspace.com/albertastreetpub
Workshop: Essential Guitar Licks
3550 N. Mississippi Avenue
Portland, OR 97227
503.740.7736 (for ticket info)
Nick Lehr (Manager) 650.366.1078 <!-- e --><a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</a><!-- e -->
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Robin Nolan, while being considered one of the world’s leading Gypsy Jazz guitarists in the tradition of Django Reinhardt, has also set himself apart by creating his own unique style. From his base in Amsterdam, he has circled the globe, with performances at Lincoln Center, Montreal Jazz Festival, Toronto Jazz Festival, Djangofest and numerous others.
Essential Guitar Licks Workshop
This workshop will feature a unique collection of hip Gypsy Jazz "licks" which are applied to some of the most popular standards being played in the Gypsy Jazz scene today. These licks will allow you to begin soloing over the changes. You will be learning the basic vocabulary of Gypsy Jazz itself, the very building blocks that make up the language. You will be playing MUSIC not scales, not arpeggios, not complicated harmonic theories or life threatening technical exercises! We want to help you enjoy the music and show a few things that will definitely impress your friends.www.robinnolan.com
see you there.