todd reid

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This special June series explores and celebrates the classic and contemporary soul-jazz repertoire of the great organ trios. Important and historic collaborations were forged in the 1960s between organists and guitarists, and several iconic guitarists such as Wes Montgomery, George Benson, and Pat Martino launched their recording careers in this format. This classic sound lived on through the acid jazz of the 1970s to the retro funk of the 90s.

A Jam Supreme (Jazz Jam) - hosted by Jean Luc Davis

Jun 13, 2018
dazzledenver.com

Open Jam Session! Dazzle's weekly jazz jam session! Come and play with the heaviest jazz players in town! A different special guest every week on piano or guitar, host, Jean-Luc Davis - bass and Todd Reid - drums.

Tuesdays evenings at Dazzle - 10:30pm
No cover

 

 

Local Musican Spotlight: Todd Reid

Jun 1, 2018

Drummer Todd Reid is yet another artist with talent and the credentials that make him a local “man to call” when a top drummer is needed.

Discovered by his musician father at age 9 banging on 3 coffee cans using leaky ballpoint pens as sticks in their living room, it would seem his future was clearly marked.  Dad bought him a drum set, and he was shortly sitting in at a local jazz club in Kettering, OH.

Eddie Harris Tribute | Thursdays

Apr 6, 2018
nocturnejazz.com

A quartet of Denver's jazz elite ( saxophonist Keith Oxman, guitarist Dave Corbus, bassist Ken Walker and drummer Todd Reid ) will be exploring Eddie Harris' legacy and musical ideas through their own lens Thursday nights through March & April.  An influential force on the jazz world for decades, tenor saxophonist Eddie Harris used his light and fluid sound to bring groundbreaking compositions such as “Listen Here”, “Freedom Jazz Dance”, and “Cold Duck Time" to the world.

Todd Reid has been active as a jazz musician since childhood, sitting in with jazz groups beginning at age nine. After graduating from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music with both a Bachelor of Music in Jazz & Commercial Music (1983) and a Masters of Music in Percussion (1986), Todd moved to New York City, where he worked with such jazz artists as Gerry Mulligan, Dr.

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