Thursday, November 14th at 9pm:
The Jazz Record Art Collective is proud to present the Heisenberg Uncertainty Players performing Led Zeppelin's "Houses of The Holy", released in 1973.
"Arguably Led Zeppelin's most divisive album, Houses of the Holy is simultaneously one of the band's most popular and misunderstood albums. Holy has sold more than 11 million copies in the United States since its release in 1973, but it was panned by critics (Rolling Stone's review claimed it was "one of the dullest and most confusing album [they] heard this year") and disappointed much of their fanbase upon its release. The blues-infused epic rock of their first four albums had been replaced by a more eclectic and progressive sound with influences ranging from prog metal to funk to reggae."
John Dorhauer - director, arranger
Natalie Lande - soprano/alto sax, clarinet
Kelley Dorhauer - alto sax
Dan Burke - tenor sax
Matt Beck - tenor sax, clarinet, flute
James Baum - baritone sax, bass clarinet
Michael Nearpass - trombone
Josh Torrey - trombone
Andrew Meyer - trombone
Dan DiCesare - bass trombone
Adam Roebuck - trumpet
Jon Rarick - trumpet
Bennett Heinz - trumpet
Emily Kuhn - trumpet
Chris Parsons - guitar
Stu Seale - piano
Dan Parker - bass
Jon Wenzel - drums
Visual artist - Adam Dorhauer
ADMISSION & LOCATION:
$10 admission. Cash only.
Doors open at 8pm. Show starts at 9pm.
This music series is supported by Candid Wines.
The Fulton Street Collective
Located in the Hubbart Street Lofts
1821 W. Hubbard St. (3rd Floor)
Chicago, IL 60612
(773) 852 2481