Do you like experimental bass and uniquely made instruments?
Do you enjoy progressive jazz and fusion?
Are you a fan of the label ECM Records?
Come celebrate the 30th anniversary of Eberhard Weber’s “Pendulum” album with a solo bass performance by
JAIR-ROHM PARKER WELLS (from Robert Musso’s Machine Gun)
with special guest DARYL SHAWN
Sun Oct 29 7:00 pm all ages welcome $15 at the door (cash only)
Acoustic Music Works 2142 Murray Ave at Phillips Squirrel Hill
Solo bassist Jair-Rohm Parker Wells will be embarking on a special tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Eberhard Weber’s “Pendulum” album. The tour, which is set to start at the Rhoneymeade Festival in Centre Hall, PA will take Wells across Europe and the United States performing the iconic compositions from the album live on stage.
What makes this tour even more special is that Wells will be performing on the NS Design Omni Bass, a unique and versatile instrument that allows him to create a wide range of sounds and textures. The music itself is a unique blend of jazz, ambient, and chamber classical textures with electronics, creating an immersive and captivating experience for audiences.
Wells has been a fan of “Pendulum” for years and was deeply inspired by Weber from an early age growing up in Munich, Germany. With his deep admiration and respect for Weber’s music, Wells promises to deliver a performance that stays true to the essence of the album.
The solo bass tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of “Pendulum” is a reminder of the importance of celebrating musical milestones and ensuring that the legacy of our great artists live on. It promises to be a unique and immersive experience for music lovers who appreciate the art of bass music and jazz.
So mark your calendars and get ready to be transported on a musical journey with Jair-Rohm Parker Wells as he performs the iconic “Pendulum” live on stage, using the NS Design Omni Bass to create an unforgettable experience for all.