Snap On 2&4 W/ Rod Mc Gaha

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On Friday, April 22 at 8pm, please join the Nashville Jazz Workshop in welcoming trumpeter Rod McGaha back to the Jazz Cave for the Snap on 2&4 concert series. McGaha is a favorite of Nashville jazz fans and jazz trumpeters across the country for his incredibly expressive and lyrical style of playing.

Rod McGaha's bio is a familiar one to local jazz fans. The Chicago native began playing trumpet (cornet, actually) in grade school and dove headlong into jazz while attending college at Northeastern University. Shortly thereafter, he became a student of the legendary Clark Terry. He has gone on to play and tour with many luminaries of jazz, R&B, Gospel and even Country music, including joining for a time the band of yet another legendary figure of jazz, drummer Max Roach. He has recently toured with the great Hall of Fame-inducted songwriter J.D. Souther, and he composes and arranges for his own United For Peace Orchestra, a 24-piece ensemble featuring diverse instrumentation and a genre-spanning repertoire. Rod is also a longstanding faculty member at NJW and serves on our Advisory Board.

For this special Snap on 2&4 appearance, the rhythm section will include several of the area's finest jazz players: Jody Nardone (piano), Jerry Navarro (bass), and Josh Hunt (drums). Additional soloists TBA!

The performance starts at 8pm. Doors open at 7:15.
Admission is $25 Adult / $15 High school or college students with ID.

Tickets will go on sale Monday, April 11 at 10am and will be available:


PHONE:24/7 at Brown Paper Tickets (800-838-3006), or during daytime business hours at 242-5299.
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By: Nashville Jazz Workshop

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