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John Scofield plays the Kinotheatr Roalto in Chorzow, Poland TONIGHT!!

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John Scofield performs at the Kinotheatr Roalto in Chorzow, Poland TONIGHT!! Friday, Nov. 17th
The performance starts at 8pm.

John Scofield is definitely the most important today, in addition to Pat Metheny, guitar player in the world of jazz, blues and funk music. It is characterized by: outstanding craftsmanship and unparalleled flexibility instrumental repertoire (guitarist does not shy away from new sounds and rock riffs - but always firmly embedded in harmony), which are of great artistic and commercial success of his music. Great guitar technique and the first recognizable guitar sound refers to the various strands of American tradition and the music he creates, for many years combined generation of music lovers and listeners, not only of jazz but also blues, rock and even soul music and gospel.

Scofield is a guitarist and composer, creating the greatest albums of modern jazz, who has worked with the most outstanding personalities of contemporary improvised music, min. such as Miles Davis, George Duke, Chick Corea, Gary Burton, Charles Mingus, Ron Carter, Zbigniew Seifert, Joe Lovano, Jack De Johnetta, Larry Coryell, Bill Frisell, Mike Stern, Pat Metheny, Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, Billy Cobham, McCoy Tyner, Marc Johnson, Herbie Hancock, Michael Breacker, Brad Mehldau, Dave Holland, Al Foster, Joe Henderson, Charlie Haden, Jack DeJohnette, and many others.

The new album Uberjam Deux relaunches a decade ago and the album "Uberjam". As he suggests, "we used all possible styles, but there is dominated by dance rhythms. could say that it is something like African music in isolation. It rhytm and blues and afro-beat, reggae and house, but always in a funk issue."

 

In Katowice, Scofield will play a concert with the band was reactivated Uberjam Band - music full of powerful rhythms, sounds funky, drum and bass, acid jazz and captivating solos from the border of jazz, rock and blues.