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To make your purchase by phone call 206-441-9729.John Beasley WebsiteJohn Beasley FacebookRonald Bruner Jr. FacebookDarryl Jones WebsiteDarryl Jones FacebookDwight Trible Website3 Brave Souls Facebook Website3 Brave Souls Youtube3 Brave Souls VideoThe Pacific Jazz Institute at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley presents 3 Brave Souls with John Beasley (keyboard), Darryl Jones (bass), Ronald Bruner, Jr. (drums) and Dwight Trible (vocals) for two nights only! Set times on Tuesday and Wednesday at 7:30pm. Doors open at 5:30pm. "Eclectic brand of funk…danceable music…songs with hypnotic grooves, a soulful stew or a silky ballad. There's seldom a dull moment here." - Jazz TimesMiles Davis alumni and funk-feel-freaks join forces to form 3 Brave Souls and baptize classic jazz flavorings with contagious and penetrating funk grooves with honey dew sounds of southern soul. Their new release, 3 Brave Souls, has already been chosen by Jazz Inside magazine as a top CD of 2012!Bios:Grammy-nominee John Beasley started his music career touring with Freddie Hubbard for 8 years and with his garage band (Vinnie Colauita+John Patittuci). At 28, Miles Davis took him on tour. Beasley went on to perform and record with Steely Dan, Dianne Reeves, Christian McBride, Chaka Khan, Kenny Garrett, Queen Latifah, LA Philharmonic, and James Brown's final LA concert, to list a few. On a break from the Rolling Stones tour, groove-meister of the highest order, bassist Darryl Jones has been omnipresence in high-profile jazz, pop, and rock gigs, including 5 years with Miles Davis, Rolling Stones since 1993, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Sting, Eric Clapton and Peter Gabriel. This personal project 3 Brave Souls feature Jones' compositions and his husky vocals.By 30, Ronald Bruner Jr. raked up a credit list to dream of, having performed with jazz icons Wayne Shorter, Dianne Reeves, Ron Carter, a regular member of Kenny Garrett band, Roy Hargrove, and Marcus Miller, to name a few."To call Dwight Trible's manner of singing "unique" is not simply to misuse the word and mean "unusual." Nobody else does what he does, or at least not with the same precision and intensity. He uses whole dimensions that other singers don't even know about. While climbing and falling in pitch with the best of them, he also manipulated the volume, the direction, and the distance from the microphone with which he sang, oscillating from soft and still to powerful and commanding." - Colin Marshall, Santa Barbara Independent