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Blicher Hemmer Gadd featuring Steve Gadd: A New Album's World Tour Live in Bangkok

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Approx. 30 minutes before show start.

Public Sale :

25 January 2018 , 10 am onward.

Ticket Price :

2,500 Baht


Show Date

Date Time
Friday March 2, 2018 8.00 pm

Seating Plan / Pricing

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2,500 Baht
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Buy 2 tickets gets 1 "Omara" CD with Signatures.

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Steve Gadd - Drums
Michael Blicher - Saxophone
Dan Hemmer- Hammond Organ

DATE:  MARCH 2ND, 2018
TIME: 8.00PM (Doors: 7.30pm)
PLACE: Dr. Thaworn Phornprapha Auditorium (5th floor, Siam Motor Building, Rama1 Rd.
TICKET: 2,500 BAHT (All seats)

Drumlegend Steve Gadd with saxophonist Michael Blicher and Hammond-wizard Dan Hemmer LIVE in Bangkok
Michael Blicher (sax), Dan Hemmer (Hammond) and legendary drummer Steve Gadd started this unique trio in 2014 and have played 35 almost sold-out shows all over Europe for the last couple of years.
Their first album “Blicher Hemmer Gadd” was released in 2014.
The new album “Omara” will be released on february 15th 2018, which will kick-off the bands release-tour, that will bring the band to Australia, Thailand, Hong Kong and Japan.

A chance encounter and a shared love of this special kind of music lead Steve Gadd, known for his collaboration with Paul Simon, Steely Dan and Eric Clapton among others, to join forces with saxophone player Michael Blicher and Hammond organ player Dan Hemmer in 2014.

The band has toured all over Europe and Scandinavia twice and this second album was recorded live in Germany, England, and Denmark during their 2016 tour. These recordings has captured the amazingly charming live energy from four hardswingin’ late-night shows at some of Europes best intimate jazz-clubs and Blicher, Hemmer, and Gadd swings with vividness on this brilliant live set that has an engagingly punchy sense of detail and soulfullness and the audience responds ecstatically.

Legendary BBC DJ, Gilles Peterson recently presented the Blicher Hemmer Gadd album on his show saying “Now here´s something real interesting!”.
Steve Gadd on the Blicher Hemmer Gadd project:
“It was our debut tour and I had a ball playing with these guys, it was a lot of fun and I think that this could become a really unique trio. The crowds were so receptive and they really loved Michael’s music and us as a band. They made us all feel very appreciated – that was really something!

The music that Michael wrote for this band is just very unique and it fits  perfectly to his and Dan’s way of playing. I grew up listening to organ bands – I love that kind of music. I know Michael has been listening to a lot of great New Orleans drummers, and I think he has come up with his own unique thing and the crowds loved it. “


One of the most influential drummers of all time, Steve Gadd set a new standard in contemporary
drumming techniques and performance, and in doing so launched a thousand imitators.
Recording so many legendarydrum tracks like; " Aja"," Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover"and "Nite Sprite", there is no drummer alive today who in some way has not been effected by Steve Gadd. His influence is still very much felt and can be heard in the playing of everyone from Vinnie Colaiuta to Carter Beauford. And still to this day there is no one who can get "inside" a tune and find the "pocket" quite like the great Steve Gadd.

Stephen Kendall Gadd was born April 9, 1945 in Rochester, NY. Steve's Uncle, a drummer in the army, encouraged him to take drum lessons at the age of seven; by the time Steve was 11 he had sat in with Dizzy
Gillespie. Studied music at Eastman College, Rochester, playing in wind ensemble and concert band, and at nights in a club with Chick Corea, Chuck Mangione, Joe Romano and Frank Pullara. After college, drafted into army and spent three years in a military band. After the army, gigged and worked with a big band in Rochester. 1972, formed a trio with Tony Levin and Mike Holmes, going to New York with it. The trio fizzled out, but Gadd began to work extensively as a studio musician. Healso played with Corea's first Return to Forever. 1970's and 1980's, toured internationally, recorded with Paul Simon and
with Al DiMeola's Electric Rendezvous Band.

By the end of the 1970's Gadd was the most in-demand and probably the most imitated drummer in the world. In Japan transcriptions of his solos were on sale, and all the leading Japanese drummers were sounding like him. Chick Corea commented, "Every drummer wants to play like Gadd because he plays perfect . . . He has brought orchestral and compositional thinking to the drum kit while at the same time having a great imagination and a great ability to swing."

After graduating from Eastman, Steve was drafted into the Army. While carrying out his three-year tour
of duty, Steve ended up playing drums in the military band. After leaving the Army, Steve began
gigging with a big band in the Rochester area and in 1972, formed a trio with Tony Levin and Mike Holmes. It was after relocating to New York City that Steve became one of the most sought after studio musicians in town. It was as a studio musician that Steve came into his own and worked with such musicians as Chick Corea, Paul Simon, Donald Fagen and Walter Becker, Aretha Franklin, Carly Simon,  Bob James,  Nancy Wilson and Joe Cocker to name a few.

In the 70's and 80's, Steve Cut five albums with Chick Corea, several albums with Al DiMeola including Al's Electric Rendezvous, and recorded and toured with Gato Barbieri, George Benson, Stanley Clarke, Steely Dan, Joe Cocker, Maynard Ferguson, Roberta Flack, Jim Hall and of course, Paul Simon.

In 1976 Steve became a member of the group Stuff with Gordon Edwards, Richard Tee, Eric Gale, Cornell Dupree and Chris Parker, while continuing his heavy schedule of studio work. Towards the end of the 70's, Steve had not only become one of the most in-demand drummers, but he had also become one of the most imitated, and revered drummers in the world. The 90's saw Steve become Eric Clapton's first call drummer, solidifying Steve's reputation as one of the most accomplished and skilled drummers of his generation.

Today Steve is just as busy as he ever was with one of the most intense recording and touring schedules in the business, spending time in the studio and on the road with Eric Clapton, James Taylor, and his own group;

Steve's influence on the drumming community can be heard in players from all walks of life, whether they know it or not. His feel, imagination, and abilities are the signatures of his trademark sound. Few others can manage to get inside a tune like Steve Gadd."


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