Tracy Silverman w/Roy Futureman WootenPop/Rock
Electric violin virtuoso Tracy Silverman hasn’t performed in his hometown of Nashville since May 2012, when he premiered Terry Riley’s The Palmian Chord Ryddle with the Nashville Symphony. Wanting to make up for lost time, Silverman has decided to play a little bit of everything at his concert Monday night at The Basement. He’ll dabble in some Hendrix, sample a little Stevie Wonder and then fiddle his way through Bach. Silverman recently came across composer John Adams’ handwritten manuscript for The Dharma at Big Sur, the electric violin concerto that Silverman played to inaugurate Los Angeles’ Disney Hall. Silverman will play a solo version of that concerto at The Basement, while projecting the manuscript on a screen. Silverman’s Eclectica pals Roy “Futureman” Wooten and Steve Forrest will join him for part of the show, so expect the evening to end on a funky note.
Mon, Aug 19 | 9:00 PM
21 and over