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Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio
September 24, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 11:30 pm, Tickets: $18.00 – $50.00
The Last Concert Cafe Presents:
Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio
with Special Guests Flyjack
Houston, TX at Last Concert Cafe
Saturday, September 24th, 2022
TICKETS 🎟️: On-sale Thursday, July 7th at 10am CST
VIP tickets available
DOORS 🚪: 7:00 PM
SHOWTIME 🎶: 8:00 PM
More on Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio:
Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio—or as it is sometimes referred to, DLO3—specialize in the lost art of “feel good music.” The ingredients of this intoxicating cocktail include a big helping of the 1960s organ jazz stylings of Jimmy Smith and Baby Face Willette; a pinch of the snappy soul strut of Booker T. & The M.G.’s, The Meters, and sprinkles Motown, Stax Records, blues, and cosmic Jimi Hendrix-style guitar. It’s a soul-jazz concoction that goes straight to your heart and head makes your body break out in a sweat.
The band features organist Delvon Lamarr, a self-taught virtuosic musician, with perfect pitch who taught himself jazz and has effortlessly been able to play a multitude of instruments. On guitar is the dynamo Jimmy James who eases through Steve Cropper-style chanking guitar, volcanic acid-rock freak-out lead playing, and slinky Grant Green style jazz. From Bellingham, Washington is drummer Julian MacDonough who has been in the scene since Delvon first laid his hand on the hammond organ. To say that Julian was destined for this trio is pure explosive chemistry that is sure to have you movin’ and groovin’.
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More on Flyjack:
Flyjack was conceived in 2007 by longtime musical partners Buck McKinney (guitar) and Brad Bradburn (bass) during a weekly residency at holdover chitlin’ circuit nightclub TC’s Lounge in deep east Austin, Texas. Quickly developing a reputation as the “Mothers of rare groove, funk and soul,” Flyjack’s mission was simple and heartfelt––to revive forgotten tracks by obscure musical groups whose performances were sampled repeatedly during the early hip-hop era, but whose names were unknown to all but the most die-hard crate-diggers. Over the course of the next several years, the band released 2 EPs, and collaborated with an impressive roster of musicians, including Jab’o Starks from James Brown’s JB’s, Italian keyboard phenom Paolo “Apollo” Negri, and Austin, Texas chanteuse Tameca Jones.
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Address: 1403 Nance St, Houston, TX 77002
Phone: (713) 226-8563