Spin Cycle Presents: STICKUM
Kris Myers – Drums / Vocals (Umphrey’s McGee)
Bob Reynolds – Saxophone (John Mayer)
Jason Hann-Percussion (String Cheese Incident, EOTO)
Eric Sittner – Bass (VOCE)
Lincoln Cleary – Keys (Independent, Recording Artist)
WITH SPECIAL GUESTS: The Higgs
Come enjoy a COLOSSAL lineup of world-class musician when these fantastic players join forces, for two nights only, to supply listeners an incredible musical experience. This is a TOP-NOTCH Super Jam with ALL-STAR players from both the jazz and jam worlds.
Stickum will play 2 sets. The first, covering tunes by some of our favorite artists from contemporaries like jazz artists Seamus Blake Ari Hoenig, Dafnis Prieto, The Bad Plus, Weather Report, with a twist of Radiohead, Tame Impala, Bjork, D’Angelo, and other Alt Pop pioneers. Stickum will also feature some originals from Bob Reynolds as well, for his original compositions will make you dive into cosmic bliss! This project has been active in the last couple years, and each time, the band soars to new heights!
The night kicks off at 8pm with Orange County’s own experimental cosmic rock quartet, The Higgs!
$15 ADV / $18 DOORS
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Kris Myers has made a name for himself rocking the drum kit with progressive rock band Umphrey’s McGee for over 14 years. Known for his impeccable precision and jazz style, there’s no genre Kris can’t play. Myers has performed at legendary festivals and such as Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, Fuji Rock Festival, South by Southwest, Red Rocks, The Beacon Theatre, The Ryman Theatre, and more during his tenure with Umphrey’s McGee. Kris has shared the stage with some of the best musicians in the world including Buddy Guy, Huey Lewis, Les Claypool, Stephen Perkins, Joshua Redman, Taj Mahal, Bela Fleck, Gene Ween, and Victor Wooten. When not on tour, Kris currently plays in various projects with Mike Keneally, Kick the Cat, and Adrian Belew. He is also a co-owner of a publishing company called Goodnight Nurse Publishing.
Percussionist Jason Hann, most known for his work with String Cheese Incident and the electronic duo, EOTO, uses a full palate of rhythms and sonic textures from around the planet to express his voice to any project he dives into. Having studied folkloric music in Mali, Ghana, and Korea — and including other studies in Indian, Cuban, Brazilian, Senegalese, Malinke, and Middle Eastern music and performing in countless performances and recordings — and whose resume includes artists as diverse as Dr Dre, Isaac Hayes, Mickey Hart, Lorena McKinnett, and Ricki Lee Jones — Jason presents a unique, tasteful, and creative approach to any musical setting.
Saxophonist Bob Reynolds is an in-demand jazz performer, educator, and sideman, as well as a regular member of the Grammy Award-winning band Snarky Puppy. Born in Morristown, New Jersey in 1977, Reynolds grew up in Jacksonville, Florida, where he first started playing saxophone at age 13. Although he listened to a range of music as a kid, by his late teens he was a dedicated jazz student. After high school he honed his skills at Boston's Berklee College of Music, where he mentored with George Garzone, Hal Crook, and others. As a leader, he debuted with 2000's The Bob Reynolds Quartet, followed by 2006's Can't Wait for Perfect. That same year, he joined fellow Berklee alum John Mayer's band and spent the next five years with the pop star, touring and appearing on such albums as 2008's Where the Light Is and 2009's Battle Studies. In 2013, he returned to his solo work with Somewhere in Between, which reached number one on digital jazz charts. He then made his Snarky Puppy debut appearing on the genre-bending group's 2014 effort, We Like It Here. Two years later he was back with Snarky Puppy for the Grammy Award-winning Culcha Vulcha. In 2017, Reynolds delivered the EP Guitar Band, which featured appearances from Kneebody bassist Kaveh Rastegar as well as fellow Snarky Puppy members Robert «Sput» Searight (drums) and Mark Lettieri (guitar).
Eric Sittner originally hails from Chicago and plays everything from Bach to Bebop, Beatles to Beyoncé. As a session musician in Los Angeles he has recorded in the bass section on many film/soundtrack scores, with various jazz groups, and numerous creative original rock and r&b projects. Eric loves to perform in chamber ensembles, orchestras, and string quintets, as well as performing creative music that incorporates an introspective, spacious, and dynamically interactive approach. Eric has been a performing member of the Vardan Ovsepian Chamber Ensemble (VOCE) for the last 5 years.
Lincoln Cleary is a Los Angeles based keyboard player who's touring credits include Brian McKnight, Solange, FloRida, Ricky Martin, Anna Nalick and Lee Dewyze. He has also made appearances on records and tv with various artists including Seal, Trisha Yearwood, Daughtry, The Game and 50 cent.
The Higgs is a four piece Cosmic California Rock band. It's members include John Lovero (Guitar), Garrett Morris (Drums), David Barsky (Bass), and Jesse August Jennings (Keys). The Higgs are an original eclectic mix of powerful rock, psychedelia, and electronic flavors.
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