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16 - May
(Nearby Event: Concerts & Music)
Where:The Living Room At 35 East, 35 East Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, Pennsylvania, United States, 19003
Two-time Grammy Award winner Vernon Reid of Living Colour returns to The Living Room! He will present an evening of solo guitar and share experiences from his storied life as one of the world's most renowned and innovative guitarists. Reid founded Living Colour in New York City circa 1985 and piloted the band through a remarkable career. Among the highlights: a double platinum-selling debut album "Vivid," released in 1988; its gold-certified successor, "Time's Up," released in 1990; two consecutive Grammy Awards in the category of Best Hard Rock Performance; opening for the Rolling Stones' 1989 "Steel Wheels" tour; and appearing on the first Lollapalooza tour in the summer of 1991. In addition to Living Colour, Reid released "Mistaken Identity," his first solo album, in 1996. He has collaborated with numerous other artists including choreographers Bill T. Jones on "Still/Here;" with Donald Byrd on "Jazztrain;" with The Roots on "Party 'Til The End of Time," an end of the millennium tribute featuring the music of Prince's album "1999;" with guitarists David Torn and Elliot Sharp on "Guitar Oblique" (Knitting Factory Records); he was featured in the program "Magic Science," which includes Medesky, Martin & Wood and the Gil Evans Orchestra performing Gil Evans' arrangements of songs by Jimi Hendrix, presented by Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) and the Experience Music Project in Seattle; and he performed and recorded with Free Form Funky Freqs, an experimental trio with Philadelphia bassist Jamaaladeen Tacuma and drummer G. Calvin Weston. Reid has produced records by Resort (a Mexican hard rock group) and two Grammy-nominated albums: "Papa" by the great African singer Salif Keita and "Memphis Blood: The Sun Studio Sessions" by James "Blood" Ulmer. Blood's album "No Escape from the Blues" was also produce
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