Former Rolling Stones guitarist to play 6 shows in New York City this week

Tue, 08 May 2012

Former Rolling Stones guitarist, Mick Taylor, will kick of a six-night run of shows at the iconic Iridium Jazz Cafe in New York City this week.

The legendary guitarist will play Six nights in a row from tomorrow (Wednesday 9th May) at the venue with the last show on 19th May.

Speaking about the upcoming shows and what the audience can expect to hear the guitarist says, "That’s sort of hard to clarify because I don’t really have a band at the moment. "I’m coming to New York on my own, playing with [drummer] Bernard Purdie, who used to play with Aretha Franklin’s band and many famous Atlantic Records releases; [bassist] Wilbur Bascomb; and [keyboardist] Max Middleton, who’s coming in from England. We used to have a band in New York when I lived there. We used to play together quite a bit, and it was good fun."
For more details on the show and ticket information visit www.iridiumjazzclub.com.

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