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When Kamasi Washington released his tour de force LP, The Epic, in 2015, it instantly set him on a path as our generation's torchbearer for progressive, improvisational music that would open the door for young audiences to experience music unlike anything they had heard before. The 172-minute odyssey featuring his 10-piece band, The Next Step, was littered with elements of hip-hop, classical and R&B music, all major influences on the young saxophonist and bandleader, who exceeds any notions of what "jazz" music is.
Venue: Kings Theatre
1027 Flatbush Avenue
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