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Harvey Sorgen/Marilyn Crispell/Joe Fonda The Falcon | November 29 

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November 29. These pages have sung the praises of Harvey Sorgen and Marilyn Crispell before, with good reason. Versatile drummer Sorgen has been a long-time touring member of Hot Tuna and worked with Paul Simon and Michelle Shocked in addition to racking up an overstuffed jazz resume featuring Ahmad Jamal, Anthony Braxton, Bill Frisell, and dozens more. Pianist Crispell also emerged from Woodstock's 1970s Creative Music Studio scene; has performed in bands led by Braxton, Reggie Workman, and Henry Grimes; and helped define the ECM Records sound with her albums for that label. Bassist Joe Fonda is lesser known but no less a maverick; another Braxton alum, he's been a sideman of Archie Shepp, Wadada Leo Smith, and Lou Donaldson, to name a few. The three converge for this date at the Falcon. (The Sertso/Berger Group gets creative November 5; the Manuel Valera Trio visits November 30.) 7pm. Donation requested. Marlboro. (845) 236-7970; Liveatthefalcon.com.

The original print version of this article was titled:
"Nightlife Highlights: Harvey Sorgen/Marilyn Crispell/Joe Fonda"

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