7/16/18 Broadcasts

  • 8:00pm – 1:00am Marshall Allen & Friends

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    Please join us for this very special visit by Sun Ra Arkestra bandleader Marshall Allen, with Bobby Bradford (trumpet), Don Preston (keys), Elliott Levin (winds), JP Maramba (bass) & Ryan Sawyer (drums).

    DJ Set By Uncle Power

    Zebulon

    2478 N Fletcher Dr
    Los AngelesCA90039

    Doors 8:00 PM (event ends at 1:00 AM)

    Buy Tickets ($15)

    Marshall Allen

    Marshall Belford Allen (born May 25, 1924 in Louisville, Kentucky) alto saxophonist, multi-instrumentalist (flute, clarinet, oboe, kora, and Electronic Valve Instrument), composer, bandleader, and arranger. Best known for his long association with Sun Ra, lasting from the late 1950s until Ra’s death, after which Allen has continued to lead the Sun Ra Arkestra.

    At 18, Marshall enlisted in the Army’s 92nd Infantry (renowned as the Buffalo Soldiers), playing clarinet and alto saxophone in the 17th Division Special Service Band. Stationed in Paris during World War II, he played with pianist Art Simmons and saxophonist Don Byas, and he toured and recorded with James Moody during the late ’40’s. Upon honorable discharge, Mr. Allen enrolled in the Paris Conservatory of Music, studying clarinet with Delacluse. Returning to the States in 1951, Marshall settled in Chicago, where he led his own bands, playing in clubs and dance halls, while writing his own music and arrangements, as he continues to do today.

     

  • 7:00pm – 10:00pm DUBLAB Presents: Grand Central Fridays at Grand Central Market w/ DJ Tottie

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    dublab is bringing its soundsystem and collective of DJs to the Grand Central Market to get the weekend and evening started. Enjoy DJ sets along with food and drinks in a fun, upbeat atmosphere with the classic sounds from the wide musical map dublab is known for exploring. Wether it’s modern dance, funk, soul or music from around the world, every Friday from 7pm to 10pm a different dublab DJ will select the right tracks while you get ready to bring on the night!

    DJ Tottie will keep things dancey and fun. Don’t miss it.

  • 8:00pm – 1:00am Marshall Allen & Friends

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    Please join us for this very special visit by Sun Ra Arkestra bandleader Marshall Allen, with Bobby Bradford (trumpet), Don Preston (keys), Elliott Levin (winds), JP Maramba (bass) & Ryan Sawyer (drums).

    DJ Set By Jimi Hey

    Zebulon

    2478 N Fletcher Dr
    Los AngelesCA90039

    Doors 8:00 PM (event ends at 1:00 AM)

    Buy Tickets ($15)

    Marshall Allen

    Marshall Belford Allen (born May 25, 1924 in Louisville, Kentucky) alto saxophonist, multi-instrumentalist (flute, clarinet, oboe, kora, and Electronic Valve Instrument), composer, bandleader, and arranger. Best known for his long association with Sun Ra, lasting from the late 1950s until Ra’s death, after which Allen has continued to lead the Sun Ra Arkestra.

    At 18, Marshall enlisted in the Army’s 92nd Infantry (renowned as the Buffalo Soldiers), playing clarinet and alto saxophone in the 17th Division Special Service Band. Stationed in Paris during World War II, he played with pianist Art Simmons and saxophonist Don Byas, and he toured and recorded with James Moody during the late ’40’s. Upon honorable discharge, Mr. Allen enrolled in the Paris Conservatory of Music, studying clarinet with Delacluse. Returning to the States in 1951, Marshall settled in Chicago, where he led his own bands, playing in clubs and dance halls, while writing his own music and arrangements, as he continues to do today.

  • 9:00pm – 2:00am Underground

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    LA’s Premiere Indie, New Wave, Post-Punk, Britpop, 60’s-Now Dance Club

    Club Underground is every Friday at the Grand Star Jazz Club.  Join DJ Larry G.(Dublab) & Special Guests along LA’s cutest crowd every Friday!

    FREE entry until 9:45PM w/ RSVP
    –$5 after w/ RSVP
    –$8 all night w/out RSVP

    UNDERGROUND @ GRAND STAR JAZZ CLUB
    943 N Broadway
    Los Angeles, CA 90012
    EVERY Friday at Grand Star Jazz Club