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Tribute to John Coltrane and Impulse! Records
Jazz Heritage Center
San Francisco, CA
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Online ticket sales are now closed. Please purchase tickets at the door. Reserved seating: $25 pp (door) $35 pp (both shows door) Standing room: $10 per show "Best of Bop City: Celebrating 50 years of IMPULSE!" The Blues and the Abstract Truth - Tributes to 'Trane, Hartman, Oliver Nelson, Hawkins and Ellington Sonny Buxton, Host with Larry Vuckovich, piano; Noel Jewkes, alto and sop. sax; Jeff Chambers, bass; Lorca Hart, drums; Jamie Davis, vocals Saturday October 15th 7:30 pm & 9:30 pm Jazz Heritage Center Lush Life Gallery 1320 Fillmore St., SF CA 94115 415.255.7745 www.jazzheritagecenter.org

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Tribute to John Coltrane and Impulse! Records
IMPULSE! Records 50th Anniversary Exhibit
comes to Jazz Heritage Center's Lush Life Gallery
in San Francisco


This exhibition celebrates the 50th anniversary of Impulse with iconic album covers and images of musical history giants captured by legendary photographer Chuck Stewart's camera.  These images tell the label's story as vividly as its music does.

From the very beginning, artwork was a major component in the identity of Impulse Records. When producer Creed Taylor laid out his vision for the label in late 1960, before any records had been released, he set a visual standard to match the music: laminated gatefold covers rich in colorful graphic design, distinctive typography and magnificent photography. The label launched in early 1961 with its own slogan: "The New Wave Of Jazz Is On Impulse!"  Creed Taylor and his successor Bob Thiele fulfilled that promise in a variety of musical directions. Albums with well-defined concepts and cutting edge music were the label's forte.
       
The exhibit will run from September 29  October 23 at the Jazz Heritage Center's Lush Life Gallery, 1320 Fillmore St., San Francisco CA 94115. The Jazz Heritage Center is located in the famed Fillmore District of San Francisco with it's own lauded musical history, and has been open since 2007.  The Center has  hosted many fine exhibitions, most recently the very successful "Presenting Bill Graham" exhibit which was extended several times due to overwhelming demand.
 

"Best of Bop City:  Celebrating 50 years of IMPULSE!"
The Blues and the Abstract Truth - Tributes to 'Trane, Hartman, Oliver Nelson, Hawkins and Ellington

Sonny Buxton, Host
  with Larry Vuckovich, piano; Noel Jewkes, alto and sop. sax; Jeff Chambers, bass; Lorca Hart, drums; Jamie Davis, vocals

Saturday October 15th
7:30 pm  &   9:30 pm
Jazz Heritage Center Lush Life Gallery
1320 Fillmore St., SF CA  94115
415.255.7745    
www.jazzheritagecenter.org


Reserved seating:   $20 pp (advance) / $25 pp (door)
                   $30 pp (both shows advance) ) /
                   $35 pp (both shows door)
Standing room:      $10 per show

Location

Jazz Heritage Center (View)
1320 Fillmore Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
United States

Categories

Arts > Performance
Music > Jazz
Arts

Minimum Age: 12
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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