Bill Frisell

. March 1, 2015.
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“I spend a lot of time copying saxophone players and trumpet players.” —Bill Frisell

No surprise. Frisell has been said to play “the guitar like Miles Davis played the trumpet: in the hands of such radical thinkers, their instruments simply become different animals.”—The New Yorker. Touring to promote his latest album, Guitar In the Space Age, Frisell comes to town for a rare solo performance.

$40. 7:30pm. 911 North University Ave. 734-763-3333.

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