Lenny Robinson's Exploration Live Streaming Concert at An Die Musik Live

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Erin Connelly uploaded this event on April 20, 2021

Where

An Die Musik Live
409 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD
Map
410-385-2638

When

Fri, May 14, 2021
7:00 pm

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Janelle Gill, piano
Michael Bowie, bass
Chris Barrick, vibes
Lenny Robinson, drums

Born in Philadelphia and raised in Baltimore, Lenny Robinson attended Morgan State University as well as the Peabody Conservatory of Music studying with Charles M phis, Principal Percussionist with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. While still in college, he did a European tour with a theatrical jazz ensemble performing at several festivals including Montreux, North Sea and others. After leaving college, he performed with several R&B groups including Jean Carne, Roy Ayers, The O'Jays and others. He then joined the 26th Army Band in Brooklyn, New York, where he also became a part of the New York jazz community. He formed a band that included such artists as Onaje Alan Gumbs, John Purcell, Anthony Cox and the late Kenny Kirkland. After leaving the Army, Lenny moved to the Washington, DC, area where he quickly became one of the most in-d and drummers in town performing with such artists as Clifford Jordon, George Col an, Archie Shepp, Larry Willis, Dewey Redman, Ronnie Mathews, John Hicks, Buster Williams, Roy Hargrove and others. He also has gone on the road with such artists as Ahmad Jamal, Lou Donaldson, Vanessa Rubin, Don Braden, and Stanley Turrentine's working band....

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