Jae Sinnett and Friends Concert Dates: September 10 at the Chandler Recital Hall on the Campus of Old Dominion University; September 11 and 12 at the Williamsburg Library Theater Starting at 7:30 pm
Jae Sinnett and Friends will perform music from Jae’s newest album, Zero to 60, scheduled for release in February 2016, on Thursday, Sept. 10 at 7:30 pm at Chandler Recital Hall on the campus of Old Dominion University. This is their only scheduled Southside performance. The concert will benefit WHRV-FM 89.5. Tickets can be purchased at www.whrv.org/concert.
**Jae Sinnett and Friends will also be performing music from Zero to 60 Sept. 11 and 12 at 7:30 pm at the Williamsburg Library Theater. Call (757) 259-4070 for more information.
“The music for Zero to 60 is incredibly varied in styles and concepts. The rhythmic complexity is there but the leading objective was to write stronger melodies. I want you to remember what you’ve heard a week down the road. Music is a reflection of the life of the composer, and I’ve certainly had a life filled with diversity. The music has a deep level of maturity and adventure. In my many years of performing, I’ve learned that when the musicians are musically challenged they reach deeply inside and produce amazing layers of creativity. In a way I’m coming back full circle to my straight up jazz roots. No funk here and all acoustic. These musicians live in this world every single day. That’s the beauty. It’s life reflected. I’ve performed many years and this longevity enables me to better merge my influences in telling a more thought-provoking compositional story. Each song is unique in structure and moves to the next with smartly woven continuity in sequencing. It’s all connected. In many ways, Zero to 60 feels like my zenith – but time will tell.” – Jae Sinnett