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Heavy Metal Duo, The

at Cornelia Street CafeFri Dec 28 - Sat Dec 29
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Location

Cornelia Street Cafe

29 Cornelia St.
New York NY , 10014 (map)

Tel: 212-989-9319
Contact Name: info@corneliastcafe.com
Visit Website: Website.

Date & Time

Ticket Info: 212-989-9319

Cost:    $10 cover; $10 minimum

Performer

The Heavy Metal Duo

The Heavy Metal Duo, (tuba player Bob Stewart and trombonist Ray Anderson), explodes brass playing to another dimension. The product of a 30-year musical friendship, the Duo weaves blues, jazz, folksongs, spirituals and originals into a wondrous tapestry. Deeply versed in the essence of swing and occasionally sounding like an ...


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The Heavy Metal Duo, (tuba player Bob Stewart and trombonist Ray Anderson), explodes brass playing to another dimension. The product of a 30-year musical friendship, the Duo weaves blues, jazz, folksongs, spirituals and originals into a wondrous tapestry. Deeply versed in the essence of swing and occasionally sounding like an entire brass band, Stewart and Anderson cover the entire history of the music, from earliest parade ground marches to latest sonic sculptures.
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