TRIBLE CONFIRMS MARCH 29 LA SHOW AT WORLD STAGE
‘MOTHERSHIP’ PASSES 100K PLAYS ON SPOTIFY
Gearbox Records released vocalist Dwight Trible’s ‘Mothership’ last week to acclaim from the New York Times. Giovanni Russonello called his music “spiritual jazz,” continuing, “Dwight Trible’s big, open baritone might sound to you like a wake-up call, or an entire universe yawning. (You won’t be yawning yourself.)” Full review: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/15/arts/music/playlist-anderson-paak-sean-paul-j-balvin.html
Already the album has surpassed 100,000 plays on Spotify.
A staple of the LA jazz scene and a key collaborator of Kamasi Washington, Trible has confirmed a release show at LA’s prestigious World Stage on March 29. Of the venue, WBGO says, “You may recognize The World Stage as the multi-faceted jazz incubator founded by drummer Billy Higgins. The World Stage is also the same school that nurtured recent breakout jazz stars like Kamasi Washington, Terrace Martin, and Ben Wendel.”
Gearbox Records is home to releases by Theon Cross, Butcher Brown, Thelonious Monk, Dexter Gordon, Nico, Binker & Moses, Abdullah Ibrahim, Nitin Sawhany, and Yusef Lateef as well as an innovative automatic turntable.
For more information on Dwight Trible, please contact Nick Loss-Eaton at email@example.com or 718.541.1130.