The ship may have docked, but the Jam Vibe continues! Karl Denson who played tenor sax on The Rolling Stones No Filter tour of Europe, gets back on the road with his own band. Highly regarded as one of the best live bands on the planet, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe (KDTU) will be showcasing material from their long-awaited forthcoming studio album, as well as previous acclaimed KDTU recordings like New Ammo and The Bridge. The current KDTU touring lineup is comprised of Richmond guitarist DJ Williams, original drummer of The Greyboy Allstars, Zak Najor, The Greyboy Allstars’ bassist Chris Stillwell, Crush Effects’ keyboardist David Veith, Seattle trumpeter Chris Littlefield and ace slide and lap steel guitarist Seth Freeman.
The show features Special Guest appearances by keyboardist extraordinaire and New Orleans royalty, Ivan Neville and also popular jam spinner DJ Logic.
It’s a Post Jam Cruise Jammin’ Concert
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe are back in action. The show will give fans the chance to experience what is highly regarded as one of the best live bands on the planet. Karl, who now serves as the saxophonist in The Rolling Stones, is fresh off a tour with the legendary rock band that included the highest grossing concert festival of all time, Desert Trip. With KDTU, he’ll be showcasing material from his forthcoming studio album, due in early 2017, as well as previous acclaimed KDTU recordings like New Ammo and Brother’s Keeper. Audiences can also expect a handful of KDTU’s super-charged covers by the likes of Prince, The White Stripes and Beastie Boys.
You can’t fake the funk, and The Motet bring it on hard with a signature style that slaps you in the face with sounds that are fresh and unique. The Motet is an American funk, afrobeat and jazz influenced group based in Denver, Colorado. An exuberant, lithe outfit, the Motet is known for their high-energy live shows and cross-pollinated musical sound. It’s a sound they’ve captured on such albums as Breathe, Play, Music for Life, and Instrumental Dissent. The album Dig Deep found them incorporating electronics into the mix. The band’s seventh studio album, the eponymously titled The Motet, featured a more collaborative approach than previous albums. Their newest album, Totem, was released July 8th, 2016.