Lamar Harris with Dawn Weber

Call it funky, call it jazzy, call it whatever you want, but Lamar Harris’s seamless blend of horns, electric sounds, and vocals forms an explosive combination. A respected trombonist, producer, and arranger, Harris has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in the business such as Dwele, George Benson, Pieces of A Dream, The Cab Calloway Big Band, Musiq, Common, Earth Wind & Fire, Dr. John, and many others.

World-class trumpet player. Prolific songwriter. Stylish vocalist. Mesmerizing, high-energy stage presence. Add it up and you get only one person– Dawn Weber. The St. Louis-based artist has a background that includes extensive training in both classical trumpet and flugelhorn as well as jazz. Weber’s style ranges from jazz, rock, R&B, swing, and salsa to hip-hop, electronic, and funk. Weber was a member of popular St. Louis bands Vargas Swing, Urban Jazz Naturals and Mo and Dawn (The Remix Project) and is currently leading her own bands, including the Electro Funk Assembly, Dawn: Unplugged, and Naked Rock Fight.

The combination of these two performers, backed by saxophonist Chris McBride’s Quartet, will be sure to result in hard grooves, funky horns, and a good time had by all.

style: jazz / funk

One Comment

  1. Troy
    Posted January 15, 2013 at 4:34 pm | Permalink

    My wife and I visit Jazz at the Bistro frequently and absolutely love the ambience and eclectic entertainers. We’ve heard Lamar Harris play there a few times and truly enjoy his music and stage presentation. Lamar (DJ Nune) always bring passion to his music and puts on a great show. A St. Louis music staple to say the least! My wife and I will be there for sure on the 26th and the Cuban roast will be the choice for the evening! Great job Nune and excellent venue Jazz @ the Bistro.

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