Friday, February 23 2018 • 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm • The Basement

Dartanyan Brown

The Basement // $7 // Doors 5 PM // Show 5:30 PM // All Ages

Are your weekends getting off on the wrong foot? We think we’ve found the root of your problem – you are sorely missing out on some quality libations and solid music! Well, we’ve got the solution – start your weekend out right every Friday at Roots & Craft at the Basement.

Starting at 5:30 pm, Roots & Craft presents Roots music across multiple genres and a new Craft food, wine, or beer feature each week.

Dartanyan began his career on the west coast in 1987 with Teja Bell, a guitarist and producer of uncommon talent who, along with violinist Steven Kindler produced Dolphin Smiles, an album that created a commercial stir in the New Age world. Life long friends, Bell and Brown have worked with jazz flute legend Paul Horn and recorded the album History of My Heart with synthesist and sound design pioneer Susanne Ciani.

Throughout his career, Dartanyan has recorded and/or performed with an incredible variety of musicians, dancers, performance artists and purveyors of new media. The list includes trumpeter Bill Chase, Attila Zoller, Suru Ekeh, Grover Washington, Jr., Mark Levine, Kenny Barron, Horace Arnold, Mike Vax, Larry Ridley, Clark Terry, Dick Oatts, Warren Gale, Alvin Batiste, Kent Jordan, Arnie Lawrence, Barry Finnerty, Frank Foster and many others.

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