Bill Frisell Trio

Brisbane Powerhouse

Experience the quicksilver sound of guitar genius and Grammy Award winner Bill Frisell, joined by bass player Thomas Morgan (Paul Motian) and drummer Rudy Royston (Branford Marsalis) for an unforgettable night of jazz mastery at Brisbane Powerhouse on Wednesday, June 5.  

One of the most innovative and influential musicians of the past 25 years, Frisell has stayed true to jazz, but that hasn’t prevented him from trying his hand at avant-garde, folk, rock, blues, pop, country and even classical music. 

Bold and inventive, this multi-award-winning artist has collaborated with some of the greatest pop artists of our time including Elvis Costello, Paul Simon, Sting, Lou Reed and Marianne Faithfull, as well as jazz legends John Scoffield, Chick Corea and Pat Metheny.

Bill Frisell Trio, Brisbane Powerhouse

For this rare intimate concert, the Bill Frisell Trio will perform music from Frisell’s latest releases Small Town and Music IS, along with re-imagined classics from his extensive back catalogue. 

Bill Frisell Trio, Brisbane Powerhouse

Don’t miss this rare chance to see and hear one of jazz' s most deeply interactive trios live in concert for one night only at Brisbane Powerhouse. 

Nice to know - Bill Frisell Trio will be joined by special guests and one of Australia's most inventive contemporary music ensembles, Brisbane-based jazz band Trichotomy. 

By Deb Lidster 

Brisbane Powerhouse is a valued partner of Must Do

Bill Frisell Trio

Brisbane Powerhouse

119 Lamington St

New Farm 

Jun 5 7.30pm


3358 8600


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