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Esperanza Spalding “Thank You October” tour

To celebrate her birthday month, Esperanza returns with a special two-week tour. Joined by long-time collaborators Leo Genovese and Lyndon Rochelle, this intimate trio performance will include selections from her critically-acclaimed releases, Junjo, Esperanza, Chamber Music Society, and Radio Music Society.

Tickets on sale now! http://www.esperanzaspalding.com/rms/tour/

10/1 Ridgefield, CT - Ridgefield Playhouse http://bit.ly/VHZlVM

10/2 Glenside, PA - Keswick Theatre http://bit.ly/1mvgKIp

10/3 Boston, MA - Berklee Performance Center http://bit.ly/VLn0nV

10/4 Northampton, MA - Calvin Theatre http://bit.ly/1rqhSo4

10/6 Durham, NC - The Caroline Theatre http://bit.ly/1q548LW

10/8 Alexandria, VA - The Birchmere http://bit.ly/1p1POzD

10/9 Buffalo, NY - University of Buffalo Center for the Arts http://bit.ly/1w1QUVS

10/10 Toronto, ON - Queen Elizabeth Theatre http://bit.ly/1whLypD

10/11 Cleveland, OH - Playhouse Square http://bit.ly/1tottm7
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Spalding’s latest release, Radio Music Society, expands the cast to include, among many others, jazz legends Lovano, Jack DeJohnette and Billy Hart; hip-hop giant Q-Tip, Algebra Blessett, Lalah Hathaway, Gretchen Parlato and Lionel Loueke, among an array of notable vocalists; and Portland mentors Scroggins and Memory, as well as the horn section of Memory’s American Music Program ensemble. “I’ve had the honor and blessing of working with so many phenomenal jazz musicians over the years,” Spalding explains, “As I’ve gotten to know them and their music, I’ve grown to love them as family and colleagues. I wished for an opportunity for us all to interpret songs together, so that they can be heard and received by a larger audience. All my personal heroes who are revered in the jazz world – like Joe Lovano and Terri Lyne Carrington – should be heard by a mainstream audience, because what they manifest in their music is so beautiful, sincere and uplifting. I think they literally bring good into the lives of the people who hear them”.

Radio Music Society is another unprecedented chapter in the Esperanza Spalding story, building on her past triumphs and achieving new heights that she will no doubt exceed in the future. “The main way in which the Grammy has changed my life is that I keep getting asked how the Grammy has changed my life,” she says.

Spalding continues to spread her message around the globe. In addition to over 110 Chamber Music Society concerts, she still found time to tour with Joe Lovano’s US 5, perform at Rock In Rio with Milton Nascimento, play at Prince’s “Welcome 2 America” tour and join Wayne Shorter in celebrating Herbie Hancock’s 70th birthday at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. As Jeff Baker of The Oregonian once raved of her electrifying talent, “This was about art, performed at the highest level by someone with the vision, talent, and determination to make it happen”

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