Jazz at the Strand: The Music of Herbie Hancock
John Coltrane: The Beauty of Struggle
Herbie Hancock: the Blue Note Years
Pianist Louis Heriveaux, helped by the classic jazz front line of trumpet and saxophone, pays tribute to a living jazz legend: Herbie Hanock.
A fateful snowstorm led to a last-minute opportunity to play with Donald Byrd – Blue Note’s biggest artist at the time. The seven-year marriage of jazz’s brightest young star and its iconic record label produced some of the most popular jazz of the 1960s. It also chronicled the journey of a kid who wrote music about his childhood neighborhood in Chicago to a man who would write about his more worldly view of life during the Civil Rights era.
The Strand Jazz Series is presented in partnership with the Jazz Legacy Project and sponsored by The Manely Firm.