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John Flanders & Double Helix

Whether you’re a jazzbo or not, chances are you’ve been entertained by long-time Utah writer and performer John Flanders, along with the remarkably pliable band of players that make up his long-time cohorts Double Helix. They are an omnipresent force on Utah’s music scene. Best known for his sax work, Flanders includes dalliances on piano and Wurlitzer on his new album, The Go Between, which he’s celebrating with a CD release party this weekend. As those familiar with Flanders and Co. might expect, the new collection of original material eschews sonic boundaries in favor of a voracious approach to music-making, biting off chunks of Latin, swing, funk and fusion along its 12-song path. Guest appearances by guitarist Mike Miller and pianist Mitchel Forman add some flavor, and the recording also marks the last jazz work of long-time Utah piano force Wayne Christiansen. Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main St., Park City, 6 p.m., $12 in advance/$15 at the door/$20 for cabaret seating

Date: Jan 9, 2011
Time: 6 p.m.
Phone: 435-649-9371
Address: 328 Main, Park City, 84060
Where: Egyptian Theatre