When Jamaican-born pianist Monty Alexander was just a teenager, Frank Sinatra heard him play in a nightclub, leading to Alexander's regular gig in a top NYC jazz club that helped shape his career. Sixty years and upwards of 80 albums later, it's safe to say the jazz musician is today a legend in his own right, having worked with such illustrious greats as Miles Davis, Tony Bennett and Dizzy Gillespie. His sound is a potent cocktail of jazz, gospel, bebop, Jamaican sounds, calypso and rhythm & blues. Experience the natural exuberance that pushes this trio's already rich harmonies to pulsating rhythms when they take the stage at The Triple Door in Seattle.
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