McCoy Tyner helped forge the modal jazz sound, his trademark sound appearing on John Coltrane’s “My Favorite Things” and other Coltrane albums in the early 60s.
Tyner has released more than 70 albums on his own. The quartet explores some Tyner compositions and arrangements that have that Latin tinge, played alongside Michelle Pollace’s critically acclaimed original works. Jimmy Biala, a world-renown percussionist, educator, and 2017 Silicon Valley Laureate, adds wonderful energy to the core trio of Michelle (piano), Sam Sotelo (drums), and Ron Sotelo (bass). The quartet is sure to serve up some joyous and spontaneous moments for this evening’s special performance!
Cafe Pink House is a real-deal CONCERT venue dedicated to the audience getting a very special performance experience with the musicians.
Tickets are $15/advance, $18/door. All ages.