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Pat Metheny Trio Adds One

It might be called the Pat Metheny Trio, but Metheny’s 2005 Trio Tour will have FOUR people. In addition to Christian McBride and Antonio Sanchez, the 2005 Trio Tour will also feature saxophonist David Sanchez.

It all began during a set Metheny and Sanchez played together at Montreal’s International Jazz Festival, when the musical dialogue was so compelling that Metheny wanted to continue it. The result will be a tour that features performances with both trio and quartet tunes.

Sanchez is well-prepared to take on playing with the Pat Metheny Trio. His first album, Obsesion, was produces by Branford Marsalis and earned him a 2001 Grammy nomination.

Tour dates are as follows:

  • Sept. 7-9 Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley-Seattle, Wash.
  • Sept. 11 Johnson’s Beach-Guerneville, Calif.
  • Sept. 13 Kuumbwa Jazz Center-Santa Cruz, Calif.
  • Sept. 14 Van Duzer Theatre, HSU-Arcata, Calif.
  • Sept. 15 Hawkins Amphitheater-Reno, Nev.
  • Sept. 16 Laxson Auditorium-Chico, Calif.
  • Sept. 17 Garden Theater-Saratoga, Calif.
  • Sept. 18 Monterey Jazz Festival-Monterey, Calif.
  • Sept. 20 House of Blues-Las Vegas, Nev.
  • Sept. 21 Lancaster Performing Arts Center-Lancaster, Calif.
  • Sept. 22 Humphrey’s Concerts-San Diego, Calif.*
  • Sept. 23 Lobero Theatre-Santa Barbara, Calif.
  • Sept. 24 Walt Disney Concert Hall-Los Angeles, Calif.
  • Sept. 26 Lensic Performing Arts Center-Santa Fe, N.M.
  • Sept. 27 Boulder Theater-Boulder, Colo.
  • Sept. 29 The Blue Note-Columbia, Mo.*
  • Sept. 30 Orchestra Hall-Chicago, Ill.*
  • Oct. 1 Krannert Center-Urbana, Ill.
  • Oct. 2 Touhill Performing Arts Center-St. Louis, Mo.
  • Oct. 5 Barrymore Theatre-Madison, Wisc.
  • Oct. 6 Loeb Playhouse, Purdue University-West Lafayette, Ind.
  • Oct. 7 Victoria Theatre-Dayton, Ohio
  • Oct. 8 Hill Auditorium-Ann Arbor, Mich.
  • Oct. 25 Lincoln Theatre at University of Hartford-West Hartford, Conn.
  • Oct. 26 Scottish Rite Cathedral-West Reading, Penn.
  • Oct. 27 Byham Theater-Pittsburgh, Penn.
  • Oct. 28 Tarrytown Music Hall-Tarrytown, N.Y.
  • Oct. 29 Stockton Performing Arts Center-Pomona, N.J.
  • Oct. 30 Fisher Auditorium/IUP-Indiana, Penn.
  • Nov. 2 The Community Theatre-Morristown, N.J.
  • Nov. 3 Quick Center for the Arts-Fairfield, Conn.
  • Nov. 4 McCarter Theatre-Princeton, N.J.
  • Nov. 5 Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center-Johnstown, Penn.*
  • Nov. 7 Ram’s Head-Annapolis, Md.
  • Nov. 9 The Grand Opera House-Wilmington, Del.
  • Nov. 10 Paramount Theater-Charlottesville, Va.
  • Nov. 11 Page Auditorium-Durham, N.C.
  • Nov. 12 Shaftman Performance Hall at Jefferson Center-Roanoke, Va.
  • Nov. 13 Tennessee Theatre-Knoxville, Tenn.
  • Nov. 15 Farthing Auditorium/Appalachian State University-Boone, N.C.

*Dates without Sanchez

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