Jazz & Indigenous: Delbert Anderson Quartet

DDAT is a multicultural group fusing Indigenous musical traditions with the native southwest, jazz, funk and hip-hop. James Pakootas motivates with stories overcoming difficult paths and is supported by improvisational trumpet artist Delbert Anderson, national touring artist Nicholas Lucero and groove bassist Mike McCluhan. D’DAT creates a cross cultural collaboration to give audiences an exciting multi-cultured performance. D’DAT’s contemporary Indigenous sound not only attracts listeners but also tells the stories of traditions and personal identity. D’DAT has been featured on Grammy.com, JazzTimes Magazine, NPR, SiriusXM, TEDx, PBS and much more. 

Sat, Jun 04
2:00 pm

National Jazz Museum in Harlem

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Spreadin’ Jam, Joy & Jive: A Sweet R&B Ride on the Soul of My 45's w/ Nikki Williams TM
Thu, Jun 06 – Sat, Jun 29
Jazz Is: Now – Faith Quashie Quintet – Curated by Liany Mateo
Thu, Jun 13
7:00 pm

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