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A night of music celebrating Miles Davis

by Sue O’Connell
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Thursday Mar 22, 2012
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On Tuesday, April 3, The Beehive, will present a tribute to the innovative jazz genius Miles Davis with some of the most powerful and seasoned musicians in Boston.

Davis was at the forefront of major developments in the genre like bebop, cool jazz, hard bop, modal jazz and jazz fusion from the late 1940s to the early 1960s. His album Kind of Blue is the best-selling album in the history of jazz music and his work garnered him eight Grammy Awards, a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and three Grammy Hall of Fame Awards.

Phil Grenadier on trumpet, George Garzone on sax, Tim Ray on the keys, John Lockwood on bass and Luther Grey on drums take the stage to honor Davis in all of his musical incarnations.

Executive Chef Rebecca Newell will be complimenting the music with a special menu. The Beehive is located at 541 Tremont Street, Boston, 02116.

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