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MUSIC: Tearing into witty and funky new arrangements of little-known jazz nuggets from the 1920s and 30s, as well as radically transforming songs by artists such as Prince, and the Beatles, Steven Bernstein leads an 9-piece outfit playing irreverent 21st-century Jazz.

Steven Bernstein: Sexmob

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Date(s) - 02/22/2024 - 02/23/2024
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM



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Trumpeter Steven Bernstein’s week begins with his long-running band Sexmob, playing a cross-section of fresh material and selections from their repertoire.

The quartet has honed a singular sound over two decades marked by high-energy, protean group improvisation and rollicking grooves unlike any other band on the planet. Originally formed for a weekly residency at New York’s Knitting Factory, they’ve earned a devoted fan base with boisterous deconstructions of tunes by a shaggy menagerie of pop acts, from Abba and James Brown to Prince and Elvis Presley, and subversively re-imagined film music of Nino Rota and John Barry. They’ve released nine superlative albums for the Ropeadope, Columbia, Rex, Thirsty Ear, and Royal Potato labels.