KEITH TYNES - voc. (USA)
Adam Lenox - g. (USA)
Helmut Bruger - p (D)
J.C. Dook- g (USA)
David Haynes - dr. (USA)
Keith was a member of historic group The Platters, producers of major and unforgettable hits like Only You and Great Pretender.
This great musical talent from Miami has performed on some of the world’s most important stages and theatres like the New York Radio City Music Hall and the Queen Alexandra House in London. He also sang jazz on tracks recorded with The Chicago New World Symphony. With The Platters, he toured all around Europe and the US.
Keith is an expressive vocal master who understands that music is used to express spirituality and emotions. His powerful presence and charisma on stage are the result of his extensive career and experience in the music world. Keith is an authentic and legendary voice of soul, Motown, r&b and pop.
BROOKLYN BRIDGE is an international band featuring some of the most in demand musicians in thePop ,Soul, and Funk scene. Every week at the Zig Zag Jazz Club they back up a unique and explosive line up of Europe’s best American singers. Their unfailing reputation for injecting high octane quality performance into any event, has made them one of the most sought after bands in Europe.
Adam was born in 1968 in New York. At the time, his birth place; Greenwich Village, was pivotal in redefining Jazz and Rock ’n’ Roll. As son to the world renowned compo-ser/singer/songwriter, Bob Lenox, Adam’s babysitter roster read like the who’s who of Jazz greats. He grew up peering up at the likes of Stevie Wonder, Keith Jarrett and Kris Kristofferson and went on to while away his teenage years living in a 5 star hotel, in the renowned Jazz community; Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania. Here, he played bass in his father’s trio. When not performing with dad, Adam worked alongside countless musical legends: Dave Liebman (Miles Davis), Gerardo Velez (Jimi Hendrix), Lenny Kaye (Patti Smith), César Diaz (Bob Dylan) and Steve Missal (Billy Idol). Late night gigging and performing with his father to 30,000 strong crowds at the BCVC folk festival, naturally led onto Adam playing the Manhattan club circuit. Adam has a humble take on things; “Growing up in New York, at that time, was a “learning by osmosis” kind of experience. It’s inevitable that anyone in that position would have got caught up in the music.”
He is a 10 year veteran of the tough NYC blues scene.
He played with New Orleans legend, the late Earl King, the Holmes Brothers, and Ben E. King. He openned for Johnny Copeland, Walter “Wolfman” Washington and Little Feet. His versatility enabled him to work with Harry Belafonte, Manu Dibango and Cassandra Wilson. He worked with the Harlem Gospel Singers and Queen Esther Marrow for 5 years as guitarist, arranger, and musical supervisor. He last toured as guitarist with bass and vocal virtuoso Richard Bona.
was born in Columbia, South Carolina, USA. He was the youngest of four children. His early years in South Carolina were spent in a musical environment since his two older brothers played several instruments including the drums.
David's entry into the music business started in 1994, when he was asked to do a drum clinic at the International Drummer's Meeting in Koblenz, Germany.
Dennis Chambers, Simon Phillips, Trilok Gurto, were on the same festival that year. The following year, David did his first tour with sax great Gary Thomas in Europe. Shortly after, playing at the 1996 Frankfurt Music Messe show, David met Sheila E (of Prince fame) and bassist Rhonda Smith and guitarist Kat Dyson.
This in turn led him to playing in recording sessions with Prince at Paisley Park.
Since then David has worked with numerous international recording artists that includes
Chaka Khan, Prince, Stevie Wonder, Joe Zawiul, Randy Becker, Percy Sledge, Gary Thomas, Mary J. Blige (MTV awards 2002 at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City), Stanley Jordan, Lee Ritenour, Les McCann, Frank Ocean (Coachella Festival 2012, California James Simpson, Joy Denelane (Germany), Ayman (Germany) Mousse T. (Germany), Andrew Roachford (England), Till Broenner (Germany), to name a few.
Der Berliner Pianist Helmut Bruger begann im Alter von sechs Jahren Klavier zu spielen. Inspiriert durch die Musik von Herbie Hancock und Bill Evans begeisterte er sich schon frühzeitig für den Jazz. Von 1988-1991 lebte er in Boston (USA) und studierte dort am berühmten Berkeley College of Music. In dieser Zeit spielte er mit Jazzgrößen wie Roy Hargrove, Anthony Hart und Matthew Garrison zusammen. Seit 1991 lebt Helmut Bruger wieder in Berlin und ist dort nicht nur als freischaffender Pianist sehr gefragt, sondern feiert auch mit seinem "Helmut Bruger Trio" Erfolge (eigenwillige Interpretationen von Jazzstandards und Eigenkompositionen). Neben dem Jazz ist seine Stilistik auch von anderen Musikrichtungen wie Funk, R&B, Blues, Gospel und Latin beeinflusst.
Beginn 21:00 Uhr( Einlass 20:00 Uhr)
Eintritt frei – Beitrag erwünscht
One of the reasons that makes the zig zag jazz club so unique is that it is the first and only jazz club in the world that manages to finance world class events through a crowd funding concept. How do we do it? Its quite simple… during the break of the concert we make an announcement regarding the collection for the evening. For most concerts (excluding the jam session) we inform our customers that a fee of around 15€ per person will allow us to fairly compensate the musicians. Some people give more and some give less… and that´s ok… we ´ve already successfully promoted hundreds of concerts like this!!!
Einer der Gründe, die den Zig Zag Jazzclub so einzigartig machen, ist, dass er der erste und einzige Jazzclub der Welt ist, dem es gelingt nur durch freiwilligem Eintritt/Crowdfunding Events von Weltklasse zu finanzieren. Und wie machen wir das? Ganz einfach. Während der Konzertpause geben wir bekannt, dass wir Geld einsammeln werden. Bei den meisten Konzerten (außer Jam Sessions) informieren wir unsere Kunden, dass ein Beitrag von ungefähr 15 Euro es uns erlaubt die Musiker gerecht zu bezahlen. Manche geben dabei mehr und andere weniger... und das ist auch in Ordnung. Wir haben auf diese Weise schon Hunderte Konzerte organisiert.