Remove All Fear

Michael J. Reed

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Upcoming Shows

Jul17

KASAN BELGRAVE RESIDENCY AND SESSION

(EDT, UTC-04) (EDT, UTC-04)

Cliff Bell's, Park Ave, Detroit

$25 Cover SHOWTIMES ARE AT 7:30PM & 9:30PM FOR THIS PERFORMANCE. Doors open at 5pm for dinner. Seating begins at 6pm for “Dinner & a Show”. The second show starts seating at 9pm. Musicians pay no cover when they bring their instrument.

Multi-woodwind-instrumentalist and Detroit native Kasan Belgrave is well-rounded within the Detroit music community. His musical heritage of passing down the knowledge and exposure of Detroit music to the youth; like his father, late trumpeter Marcus Belgrave. Kasan has worked with many greats in his young career such as the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, Wynton Marsalis & Jazz @ Lincoln Center, Dee Bridgewater, Karriem Riggins, Theo Crocker, Etienne Charles, and many others; in his scholar years at University of Michigan he studied under Robert Hurst, pianist Benny Green, and Andrew Bishop, then continued his studies at MSU under the direction of Diego Rivera and Rodney Whitaker. Deeply rooted in the tradition of Black American Music, Kasan is also congruently involved in parallel domains of the strong techno scene in Detroit; he appeared on the track “On My Own” with Jon Dixon & Moodyman; he has also performed with Scott Grooves, Carl Craig, Shigeto, and Kyle Hall. Facebook – Kasan Belgrave Instagram – @baskasanball

Jul18

Anthony Stanco @ The Dirty Dog

(EDT, UTC-04) (EDT, UTC-04)

Dirty Dog Jazz Cafe, Kercheval Ave, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI

Anthony Stanco, a trumpet virtuoso from Southeast Michigan, emerged from Detroit’s musical legacy. Stanco’s acclaimed albums, including “The Crucial Elements” and “You Know The Feeling,” underscore his musical prowess. Anticipation surrounds his upcoming release, “Stanco’s Time,” slated for Origin Records. As a Bach Trumpet endorsing artist, his signature sound resonates with audiences and fellow musicians alike. Explore his musical journey at www.anthonystanco.com.

Reservations by Phone: (313) 882-5299 or at https://dirtydogjazz.cafe/reservations/

Thursday $20 Per Person Seating: 6:00pm-9:00pm Band Performs: 7:00pm-8:30pm

Friday - Saturday 2 Seatings $20 Per Person 1st Seating: 6:00pm-8:00pm Band Performs: 6:30pm-7:30pm 2nd Seating: 8:30pm-10:30pm Band Performs: 9:00pm-10:00pm

Jul19

Anthony Stanco @ The Dirty Dog

(EDT, UTC-04) (EDT, UTC-04)

Dirty Dog Jazz Cafe, Kercheval Ave, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI

Anthony Stanco, a trumpet virtuoso from Southeast Michigan, emerged from Detroit’s musical legacy. Stanco’s acclaimed albums, including “The Crucial Elements” and “You Know The Feeling,” underscore his musical prowess. Anticipation surrounds his upcoming release, “Stanco’s Time,” slated for Origin Records. As a Bach Trumpet endorsing artist, his signature sound resonates with audiences and fellow musicians alike. Explore his musical journey at www.anthonystanco.com.

Reservations by Phone: (313) 882-5299 or at https://dirtydogjazz.cafe/reservations/

Thursday $20 Per Person Seating: 6:00pm-9:00pm Band Performs: 7:00pm-8:30pm

Friday - Saturday 2 Seatings $20 Per Person 1st Seating: 6:00pm-8:00pm Band Performs: 6:30pm-7:30pm 2nd Seating: 8:30pm-10:30pm Band Performs: 9:00pm-10:00pm

Jul20

Anthony Stanco @ The Dirty Dog

(EDT, UTC-04) (EDT, UTC-04)

Dirty Dog Jazz Cafe, Kercheval Ave, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI

Anthony Stanco, a trumpet virtuoso from Southeast Michigan, emerged from Detroit’s musical legacy. Stanco’s acclaimed albums, including “The Crucial Elements” and “You Know The Feeling,” underscore his musical prowess. Anticipation surrounds his upcoming release, “Stanco’s Time,” slated for Origin Records. As a Bach Trumpet endorsing artist, his signature sound resonates with audiences and fellow musicians alike. Explore his musical journey at www.anthonystanco.com.

Reservations by Phone: (313) 882-5299 or at https://dirtydogjazz.cafe/reservations/

Thursday $20 Per Person Seating: 6:00pm-9:00pm Band Performs: 7:00pm-8:30pm

Friday - Saturday 2 Seatings $20 Per Person 1st Seating: 6:00pm-8:00pm Band Performs: 6:30pm-7:30pm 2nd Seating: 8:30pm-10:30pm Band Performs: 9:00pm-10:00pm

Jul25

Ron Brooks Quartet

(EDT, UTC-04) (EDT, UTC-04)

Blue LLama Jazz Club, 314 Main St, Ann Arbor

DOORS @6PM/8:30PM, SHOWTIME @7PM/9PM $15 Cover

Ron Brooks began his jazz journey after high school in Ann Arbor. Brooks went to EMU for his undergrad and followed it up with Masters and PHD work at the University of Michigan. While in college, Brooks competed in the Notre Dame Inter-Collegiate Jazz Festival with the Bob James Trio.

After the festival, iconic producer Quincy Jones gave the trio an opportunity to record on Mercury Records. Brooks’ next step was to record with the Contemporary Jazz Quintet, a Detroit-based ensemble that released two fantastic albums on Blue Note Records, followed by one more on Strata Records, the independent jazz label founded by CJQ pianist, Detroit’s own Kenny Cox. 2020 saw the release of The Black Hole, a previously unreleased set from CJQ that had been recorded at the Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival.

In between then and now, the stage was set for Brooks to enjoy great success in opening Ann Arbor’s own jazz club, The Bird of Paradise, a venue which saw wide recognition for almost 20 years. At the Bird, Brooks enjoyed playing with and listening to world-renowned jazz musicians, as did the Ann Arbor jazz-loving community.