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A Love Supreme – John Coltrane Tribute sponsored by Indy Jazz Fest to take place Sunday, January 20 at The Jazz Kitchen (5377 N College Ave). Doors at 5pm. Show at 7pm. Tickets are $20-30 and are available at www.thejazzkitchen.com, by phone at 317-253-4900 or at the Box Office.

Join us for a special night celebrating the landmark recording of John Coltrane with the Indianapolis Jazz Collective led by Rob Dixon (saxophone) and joined by Steve Allee (piano), Steve Houghton (drums), Jim Anderson of Cincinnati (bass), Ernest Stuart of Philadelphia (trombone).

John Coltrane recorded A Love Supreme in December of 1964 and released it the following year. He presented it as a spiritual declaration that his musical devotion was now intertwined with his faith in God. In many ways, the album mirrors Coltrane’s spiritual quest that grew out of his personal troubles, including a long struggle with drug and alcohol addiction.

Indy Jazz Fest
Indy Jazz Fest is the preeminent performance event of the Indianapolis Jazz Foundation. A celebration of community and culture that showcases jazz music in a variety of great venues across the city, Indy Jazz Fest will ultimately reach upwards of 34,000 people through a combination of performances, workshops, school concerts, master classes, and community partnerships, as an integral cog in the Indianapolis arts scene. Indy Jazz Fest has become a cultural icon since its start in 1999. With an increased emphasis on jazz education, Indy Jazz Fest has expanded from just one day to an entire experience, ultimately benefiting the Indianapolis arts community throughout the year by creating meaningful links between jazz education and the city’s jazz performance scene. For more information, visit IndyJazzFest.net.