EVENT CANCELLED – PDX Jazz presents A Christian McBride Situation
June 18 | 9:00 pm- $29.50 – $49.50
SHOW UPDATE – EVENT CANCELLED
Dear Jazz Fans,
The health and safety of our patrons is a priority of PDX Jazz.
Due to the continuing escalation of COVID-19, the following performance has been cancelled, A Christian McBride Situation, Thursday, June 18, 2020 at Revolution Hall.
Refunds are available at the point of ticket purchase.
Thank you for your understanding. -The PDX Jazz Team
A Christian McBride Situation explores the bassist’s experimental side, playing an original musical mix McBride has described as “avant free-funk.”
The name comes from the Monterey Jazz Festival in 2007 when the members of McBride’s group had to cancel making the manager exclaim “looks like we have A Christian McBride situation.” The bassist extraordinaire reached out some of his heavyweight friends at the festival and a new group was created.
Christian McBride is a six-time Grammy Award winning bassist/composer and the host of NPR’s Jazz Night in America. Since the early 1990s Christian McBride has recorded on over 300 dates as a sideman. However, he’s been a leader from his debut recording in 1995. Aside from various stints with Sting, Chick Corea, Pat Metheny, Roy Haynes, Freddie Hubbard and George Duke, McBride has been artist-in-residence and artistic director with organizations such as Jazz House Kids, Los Angeles Philharmonic, The Jazz Museum in Harlem, Jazz Asoen and NJPAC (New Jersey Performing Arts Center — Newark). McBride manages to tour consistently with his quartet, the New Jawn.
He also fronts the Grammy-winning Christian McBride Big Band, whose Mack Avenue recordings, The Good Feeling and Bringin’ It won the Grammy Award for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album in 2012 and 2017, respectively. In addition, McBride hosts “The Lowdown: Conversations With Christian” on Sirius/XM and DJs at clubs as DJ Brother Mister. McBride was recently named the artistic director of the historic Newport Jazz Festival, taking over the reins from the festival’s longtime artistic director and founder, George Wein.