Wayne Krantz Set For West Coast Tour

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Guitarist Wayne Krantz, a former sideman with Steely Dan, Michael Brecker, Billy Cobham and others, has scheduled a West Coast tour for his New York-based band (Tim Lefebvre and Keith Carlock). With a growing, cult-like, underground international following – the band has shunned mainstream label involvement – a new album, Greenwich Mean and an extraordinarily powerful and creative live show, the group defines the current state of the electric improvisational art. Deeply grooving and interactive, highly individualized and relentlessly innovative, this music undermines establishment complacency at every turn.

For more information go to Krantz’s web site at www.waynekrantz.com.

Tour dates are as follows:

March 30: Los Angeles, The Baked Potato
March 31: Santa Monica, Calif., McCabe’s
April 1: Fresno, Calif., Starline
April 2: San Francisco, Boom Boom Room
April 3: San Francisco, San Francisco State University
April 7: Ashland, Ore., Sisiyou Brew Pub
April 8: Eugene, Ore., Sam Bond’s
April 9: Portland, Ore., Fez Ballroom
April 10: Seattle, I-Spy



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