While playing in John Coltrane’s historic early-to-mid-’60s quartet, McCoy Tyner employed a pentatonic-derived, African-tinged chordal vocabulary that gave left-hand accompaniment and right-hand line playing a palpably physical forward thrust. Still blazing new trails, he's firing up a three-piece with bassist veteran Gerald Cannon and in-demand Cuban drummer Francisco Mela.
|Venue name:||Blue Note||Contact:|
131 W 3rd St
|Cross street:||between Sixth Ave and MacDougal St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu, Sun 6pm–1am; Fri, Sat 6pm–4am|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F, M to W 4th St|
|Price:||at tables $45 plus $5 minimum, at bar $30|