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The Aaron Hill Trio Feat. Keith Snipes
September 28 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Aaron Hill (keys)
Eric Kennedy (drums)
Obasi Akoto (bass)
Keith Snipes (vocals)
After their last SOLD OUT show, The Aaron Hill Trio will be RETURNING to Keystone Korner Baltimore Wednesday, September 28th, at 7:30 pm with an EP RELEASE CELEBRATION!
The Aaron Hill Trio— Aaron Hill, Obasi Akoto, & Eric Kennedy— feat. Vocalist, Keith Snipes as he debuts new music that is sure to add swing and flair to your summer. The Aaron Hill Trio hopes to create a musical experience that thrives on improvisation and conversation.
Aaron Hill— a Baltimore, MD-based musician mentored by Dr. Maurice Johnson— boasts over 30 million streams of his music and 1 million downloads worldwide. Hill founded the group Fruition Experience— a satiating blend of NeoSoul, Jazz, & Hip-Hop— which has been called ‘Cosmic Soul’. Most recently he has been creating music and featured with The Aaron Hill Trio— a group reminiscent of Keith Jarrett’s standard trio.
As a piano artist bred in hip hop, gospel, and jazz, Aaron’s influences include a plethora of iconic artists including pianists Keith Jarrett, Robert Glasper, Russel Ferrante and Chick Corea as well as hip hop group The Roots. Aaron currently tours the World with his concept “Street Serenades”, a pop up solo piano concert series for the communities. Aaron’s music is influenced by Jazz, Hip Hop, NeoSoul, Gospel, New Age, Funk, and Classical music.
Keith Snipes is a native of Baltimore, Maryland, with a passion for the arts. He is an actor, narrator, poet, lyricist and vocalist. Known for his distinctive baritone voice, he has performed classic and contemporary works such as, Aaron Copeland’s “Lincoln Portrait” and Henry William Curry’s “Eulogy For A Dream.” Keith can also be heard as the narrator of “New Visions New Voices, Moments of the Movement,” a joint audio project of the Library of Congress and the National Museum of African American History and Culture, featuring first person accounts from participants in the Civil Rights Movement.
::club date/restaurant, Keystone Korner Baltimore::In-person, Live-streamed, Indoor
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