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Brian Jones

Brian Jones.
Photo credit: Peter McElhinney

Noah Campbell

Noah Campbell.
Photo credit: Peter McElhinney

Brian Jones Album Release & Noah Campbell Trio

Wednesday May 18, 2022
7:30pm doors, 8:00pm music
$20 includes download card for Kaleidoscopic Haze

The Brian Jones Trio, featuring Trey Pollard on guitar and Adam Hopkins on bass, recorded the music that became Kaleidoscopic Haze one evening during 2019 at Spacebomb. While technically released on January 22, 2021, the album was never given a proper release due to COVID spiking at the time, and live shows being an impossibility. On May 18, 2022 the trio will finally reunite at Artspace for the first time since recording the album. Admission to the show includes a download card to the full album, available via Bandcamp.

The Noah Cambell Trio will play an opening set at 8:00pm, featuring Sean Yeskoo on bass, and Kevin Gaines on drums.

As a session drummer/percussionist, Brian Jones has recorded with various artists including Agents of Good Roots, Mandy Moore, Rex Richardson, Jason Mraz, Fight the Big Bull, Rachael Yamagata, Doug Richards, and many others. As a freelance drummer, Jones has performed live with artists including Jandek, Darius Jones, Matthew E. White, Steven Bernstein, Mark Turner, Gary Thomas, Randy Brecker, John Abercrombie, Peter Bernstein, Terrell Stafford, and many others.

Jones performs throughout Virginia in many settings, often with his own ensembles playing various styles of jazz, improvisation, and new music. Jones started Slang Sanctuary Records in 1999 as a limited edition record label focusing on jazz, free improvisation, and alternative pop. Since 1999, Slang Sanctuary has released over twenty-five recordings, currently available at Jones has also been involved in presenting two annual musical events in Richmond, VA: the Mingus Awareness Project (starting in 2007) and a John Cage MUSICIRCUS (starting in 2004).

Saxophonist Noah Campbell was born and raised in Richmond VA, and is a recent graduate of Dartmouth under the musical guidance of cornetist Taylor Ho Bynam. He graduated with a degree in Government, and a minor in African American Studies. In the Fall he will be attending Brown University to pursue a Ph.D. in Political Theory. In addition to Taylor Ho Bynam, Campbell has performed with many of the world's finest improvisers, including Thumbscrew and Tomeka Reid, among others.

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