Tribe founders Wendell Harrison and Phil Ranelin were interviewed on WPFW 89.3FM in Washington DC. The interview was in conjunction with the 40th anniversary of the first Tribe album, “Vibes From the Tribe.” Listen to the interview here
Tuesday, May 1st, 8:30pm: Wendell Harrison presents his popular Swing Ensemble at John D Bistro. The show kicks off a series of weekly appearances at the new restaurant, located at 22726 Woodward Ave., Ferndale, MI 48220.
Hear samples of the Wendell Harrison Swing Ensemble.
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Wendell Harrison appeared on WDET 101.9FM during a segment of “The Craig Fahle Show”. The Detroit jazz legend discusses his early days, and talks about his latest release, It’s About Damn Time.
Wendell Harrison will perform at the Arab American National Museum on Thursday, December 8, 2011. The show starts at 7:30pm. Tickets are $10. The show is part of Wendell’s performances in support of his new album, IT’S ABOUT DAMN TIME. The backup band includes Jim Simonson, bass; John Arnold, guitar; Djallo Djakate, drums; Dan Schmatz, percussion; and Amp Fiddler, keyboard and vocals.
You can buy tickets for this event here.
Wendell Harrison performed “Urban Expressions” to a packed house at the Concert of Colors festival, July 16, 2011. Wendell performed as part of Don Was’ Detroit All-Star Revue.
See this and more videos produced by Don Was at My Damn Channel: www.MyDamnChannel.com/DonWas