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Friday, September 02, 2016
All Day

LATE NIGHT: 11:15p-12:50a

Originally from Roanoke, Virginia, Josh Maxey began playing guitar at age 12. After hearing John Coltrane's A Love Supreme a few years later, he knew that the music touched the heights of human expression and began working to do the same on the guitar. Maxey relocated to New York City in 1998 where he attended The Jazz and Contemporary Music Program at The New School. After 15 years in New York, in 2013 Maxey and his wife moved to Denver, Colorado where he continues to write, perform, record and teach.  His music reflects his many musical influences: John Coltrane, Rodney Jones, Grant Green, McCoy Tyner, Nathan Page, Doug Carn and Jimmy Page among others. 


Born and raised in Colorado, Joshua Trinidad began playing trumpet at age 7.  Joshua can be heard on albums with notable artists such as Sage Francis, Wheelchair Sports Camp, Nathaniel Ratliff, Lee Konitz, and has had the opportunity to play trumpet with acts such as: The Mars Volta, Ikey Owens, Love 45, Cake, PELA, Karl Denson, OK Go, The United States Air Force Falconaires, The Colorado Wind Ensemble, Fishbone, George Clinton, The Bad Plus and many others.