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    Jeff Parker to Tour with Steve Gunn in December

    Composer/multi-instrumentalist Jeff Parker will tour on a double bill with guitarist/singer-songwriter Steve Gunn in December. The fifteen-city tour begins at Thalia Hall in Chicago, heads throughout the Midwest and East Coast, and culminates at Bowery Ballroom in NYC. Tickets go on sale this Friday, May 7, at 10am ET. You can find details below; for all the latest, click here.

    Jeff Parker's album Suite for Max Brown—named for and dedicated to his mother—was released on International Anthem and Nonesuch Records in January 2020. The album features nine original songs plus "Gnarciss," an interpretation of Joe Henderson's "Black Narcissus," and John Coltrane's "After the Rain." Parker plays the majority of the instruments on the album. "The veteran guitarist has created an effortlessly detailed album, full of tradition and experimentation that spans generations," says Pitchfork. "It lives at the vanguard of new jazz music." You can hear it here.

    JEFF PARKER & STEVE GUNN ON TOUR

    Dec 2 Thalia Hall Chicago, IL
    Dec 3 Cedar Cultural Center Minneapolis, MN
    Dec 4 Cactus Club Milwaukee, WI
    Dec 5 Lakeside Inn Lakeside, MI
    Dec 7 Third Man Records Nashville, TN
    Dec 8 Terminal West Atlanta, GA
    Dec 9 Recover Brands Charlotte, NC
    Dec 10 Grey Eagle Tavern Asheville, NC
    Dec 11 Cat's Cradle Carrboro, NC
    Dec 12 Creative Alliance Baltimore, MD
    Dec 14 The Sinclair Cambridge, MA
    Dec 15 Gateway City Arts Holyoke, MA
    Dec 16 Tubby's Kingston, NY
    Dec 17 Ardmore Music Hall Ardmore, PA
    Dec 18 Bowery Ballroom New York, NY
         
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Composer/multi-instrumentalist Jeff Parker will tour on a double bill with guitarist/singer-songwriter Steve Gunn in December. The fifteen-city tour begins at Thalia Hall in Chicago, heads throughout the Midwest and East Coast, and culminates at Bowery Ballroom in NYC. You can find details here.

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Composer/multi-instrumentalist Jeff Parker will tour on a double bill with guitarist/singer-songwriter Steve Gunn in December. The fifteen-city tour begins at Thalia Hall in Chicago, heads throughout the Midwest and East Coast, and culminates at Bowery Ballroom in NYC. Tickets go on sale this Friday, May 7, at 10am ET. You can find details below; for all the latest, click here.

Jeff Parker's album Suite for Max Brown—named for and dedicated to his mother—was released on International Anthem and Nonesuch Records in January 2020. The album features nine original songs plus "Gnarciss," an interpretation of Joe Henderson's "Black Narcissus," and John Coltrane's "After the Rain." Parker plays the majority of the instruments on the album. "The veteran guitarist has created an effortlessly detailed album, full of tradition and experimentation that spans generations," says Pitchfork. "It lives at the vanguard of new jazz music." You can hear it here.

JEFF PARKER & STEVE GUNN ON TOUR

Dec 2 Thalia Hall Chicago, IL
Dec 3 Cedar Cultural Center Minneapolis, MN
Dec 4 Cactus Club Milwaukee, WI
Dec 5 Lakeside Inn Lakeside, MI
Dec 7 Third Man Records Nashville, TN
Dec 8 Terminal West Atlanta, GA
Dec 9 Recover Brands Charlotte, NC
Dec 10 Grey Eagle Tavern Asheville, NC
Dec 11 Cat's Cradle Carrboro, NC
Dec 12 Creative Alliance Baltimore, MD
Dec 14 The Sinclair Cambridge, MA
Dec 15 Gateway City Arts Holyoke, MA
Dec 16 Tubby's Kingston, NY
Dec 17 Ardmore Music Hall Ardmore, PA
Dec 18 Bowery Ballroom New York, NY
     
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