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Jazz Recap: The Chad McCullough Group Performs “Bitches Brew” at JRAC by Harvey Tillis

The Chad McCullough Group performed Miles Davis’s 1970 classic recording, “Bitches Brew”, at Chris Anderson’s Jazz Record Art Collective, JRAC, in Chicago.


“Thought by many to be among the most revolutionary albums in jazz history, Miles Davis’ Bitches Brew solidified the genre known as jazz-rock fusion …(and) is so forward-thinking that it retains its freshness and mystery in the 21st century.” Thom Juke.


The band consisted of Chad McCullough trumpet, Geof Bradfield tenor, Zoey Szmulewitz guitar, Vijay Tellis-Nayak keyboards, John Christensen bass,Wayne Salzmann II drums, Chris Baker drums. Visual artist Alex Puryear created artwork in response to the music.


The show was also presented as a Live stream (see below) and virtual tips are appreciated! Here is a recap the night set in photos by Harvey Tillis.

Harvey Tillis is a documentary still photographer with a fine art eye available for recording sessions, environmental portraits, and creative projects. Contact him at harveytillisphotography.com



Watch the Livestream

Chad McCullough - Trumpet Geof Bradfield - Bs. Clarinet, Soprano Sax Zoey Szmulewitz - Guitar Vijay Tellis-Nayak - Keyboard Larry Kohut - Electric Bass Wayne Salzmann II - Drums Neil Hemphill - Drums


BAND Zelle/PayPal: chadmcc@gmail.com

Venmo: @chad-mccullough

ARTIST Zelle/PayPal: puryear.art@gmail.com

DONATE TO FSC Venmo: payments@fultonstreetcollective.com

Zelle/PayPal: donate@fultonstreetcollective.com

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