409 N Charles St
Saxophonist Brad Linde may be the most prolific musician in the D.C. jazz scene. He’s been involved in 32 different groups, many under his own leadership, over his last 15 years in D.C., ranging from a band dedicated to free-jazz arrangements of Roger Miller honky-tonk tunes to the Bohemian Caverns Jazz Ensemble in all its majesty and might. In all of them, he tends to work in his love for more free, expressive playing, the harmonic complexity of Duke Ellington and Lennie Tristano, swing, and a more spontaneous spirit from all the musicians.
He performs solo set in a live stream broadcast from Baltimore’s An Die Musik Live, drawing inspiration from the likes of Albert Ayler, Anthony Braxton, Jimmy Giuffre and Erroll Garner.
The link to the livestream will be emailed once you’ve purchased a ticket.