Phenom of modern drumming Chris Dave is joining us at the Hi-Fi House, Wednesday August 15th for a one-night-only performance! Come hear the drummer that Questlove called his "worst nightmare", and "the most dangerous drummer alive". Best known for his work with artists like D'Angelo and Robert Glasper, and appearances on major works like Adele's '21'. Hear what the writers at Rolling Stone were talking about when they wrote: "Dave's great gift is for creating ear-bending beats, often realized on a tricked-out kit with as many as five snare drums, that still blend in beautifully with an ensemble texture."
One-night-only performance. All ages. Get your tickets today!
More on Chris Dave and the Drumhedz from the artist's Blue Note bio:
"You already know the Drumhedz. You just don't know that you know the Drumhedz. They've been playing on your favorite albums for years, setting the tone or keeping time at the best shows you've ever seen, making the young stars sound like legends and the legends sound like gods, quietly stacking Grammys without ever delivering an acceptance speech, and moving onto the next gig with the simple satisfaction of a job well done. They're the session players and the road warriors, or, "Cats that were looked over, but they're bad," in the words of the Drumhedz bandleader Chris Dave, who's drummed for everyone from Adele to Bieber and Dolly to D'Angelo. "They all have stories like mine." Sure enough, the group's self-titled debut LP showcases a family of musicians whose credits coil like ivy around nearly every pillar of modern sound, getting together to do things to music they couldn't on anyone else's project."
Don't miss your chance to see these legendary performers live at the Hi-Fi House, Wednesday August 15th. Space is limited so get your tickets today!