Truth Revolution at the Zinc Bar NYC!
Truth Revolution Records artists at the Zinc Bar coming up for 3 weeks straight!
All of these artists have new releases from 2015 and will be rocking their music this month at the Zinc Bar! So make your way down to the village and warm up at one of NYC's hottest Jazz establishments! Most of these shows have a jam session right after that attracts the city's finest young musicians so you might want to stick around for that as well!
Ralph Irizarry & Timbalaye - Tuesday - 1.26.2016 - 8PM
Ralph Irizarry has been one of the most sought-after percussionists in the studio and on tours for the last 30 years. Irizarry celebrates the inception of his group Timbalaye on his new project ‘20th Anniversary’, featuring original compositions and arrangements written by past Timbalaye collaborators.
Roberto Quintero - Congas
Anibal Rojas - Sax
Adan Perez - Piano
Apollo Ayala - Bass
Hommy Ramos - Trombone
Dennis Hernandez - Trumpet
Ralphie irizarry - Timbales
Albert Rivera (Vandoren Jam) - Monday - 2.01.2016 - 10PM
Downbeat magazine called Albert and his band "part of the next wave in this jazz ritual." He was selected as a 2012 Chamber Music America Residency Grant and a winner of the 2009 ASCAP Young Jazz Composers Award. He is the current Director of Operations at the Litchfield Jazz Camp.
Zaccai Curtis - Piano
Zwelakhe-Duma Bell le Pere - Bass
Ian Carroll - Drums
TBA - Trumpet
Marcus Persiani - Tuesday - 2.02.2016 - 8PM
As a piano player, Marcus has been a steady, vital presence in New York City’s uptown jam-session scene. In his role as leader, Persiani has just released a new CD, “Uptown Suite.” It features original compositions that capture Harlem in its many musical tones and colors, from the blues, “Stoney Island,” paying homage to his Chicago roots, to the Latin-jazz-waltz “Mineret.”
Duane Eubanks - Trumpet
Reggie Nicholson - Drums
Zaid Shukri - bass
Cocomama - Tuesday - 2.09.2016 - 8PM
The debut album Quiero celebrates the coming together of wide ranging musical experiences, three different languages and the collective artistry of nine creative women. Quiero showcases the band members' songwriting abilities and individual musical strengths. “It was time to make a recording reflecting our current sound because so many people associated us only with Latin dance music.” by Musical Director Nicki Denner
Karina Colis - Drums
Jennifer Vincent - Bass
Nicki Denner - Piano
Christelle Durandy - Vocals, Percussion
Ariacne Trujillo - Vocals