Music Program
 

Wednesday, April 17, 1991

NEW JAZZ NETWORK TOUR: SUN RA ARKESTRA

Presented at:
Marquee at the Tralf

Sun Ra ARKESTRA, featuring: Sun Ra (Piano, Synthesizer); John Gilmore (Tenor Saxaphone, Clarinet); Marshall Allen (Alto Saxaphone, Flute); June Tyson (Vocals, Violin); James Jackson (Bassoon, Flute); Tyrone Hill (Trombone); Earl 'Buster' Smith (Drums); Noel Scott (Alto Saxaphone); Jothan Callins (Trumpet, Flugelhorn); Elson Santos (Percussion); Charles Davis (Baritone Saxaphone); Michael Ray (Trumpet); Ahmed Abdullah (Trumpet); Eric Walker (Drums); Fred Adams (Trumpet); Clifford Barbaro (Drums); Bruce Edwards (Guitar, Vocals); Spencer Westin (Road Manager).

 
The New Jazz Network Tour is a statewide partnership project of Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, Buffalo, NY, and the Music Program of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), a public agency.


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