KUVO’s Fall Membership Campaign kicks off with the Greg Tanner Harris Vibe Quintet, broadcasting LIVE from the Bonfils-Stanton Performance Studio on Thursday, September 14 at 7:00 p.m.
KUVO Studio Club members, be sure to RSVP through the invitation when you receive it. Space is limited.
Greg Tanner Harris, a versatile musician and dedicated educator, has made a significant impact on the world of jazz and music education. With a rich background in performance, teaching, and community service, Harris has proven himself as a talented artist and a compassionate advocate for the arts. Greg has eight albums to his credit as a leader, including “Glass Gold,” “Memory of Pilots with Ron Miles,” and “This Western Front” with producer/instrumentalist Jeremy Averitt. Greg’s diverse musical journey continues with projects like “Cloudhouse,” available on all streaming platforms and Bandcamp.
Keep an eye out for a new album from Greg, and Greg also appears on a new release from the Gonzalo Teppa Quintet.
In addition to frequent engagements at Dazzle and Nocturne, Greg Tanner Harris will be performing at “Up From The Roots” – Ron Miles Scholarship Fundraiser on October 7th at the Metro State University School of Music at 800 Kalamath St., Denver.
On the KUVO broadcast, the quintet includes Max Moore on keys, Enmanuel Alexander on guitar, John Grigsby on bass, and Paul Romaine on drums.
It’s the Greg Tanner Harris Vibe Quintet, LIVE on KUVO, on the air, on the stream, on the app, and on KUVO’s YouTube Channel, Thursday, September 14 at 7:00 p.m.
LIVE performances on KUVO JAZZ are supported by Bonfils Stanton Foundation, Drum City Guitarland, Grace Design Pro Audio, Listen Up, Schmitt Music – Englewood, and made possible by KUVO’s Studio Club and Beat Collective members.
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