Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog
Taking a look at Marc Ribot’s resume we come across an astonishing list of names including Tom Waits, David Sylvian, Caetano Veloso, Marianne Faithfull, Sierra Maestra, Lounge Lizards, and our very own Dead Combo. With his musical stamp in projects spanning half the globe, the American guitarist is also a full member of the New York vibrant vanguard scene that long ago began overturning the rules in the jazz and rock genres. Ribot inhabits the gap between those two styles, with punk music added at the end of the seventies. Electrifying and restless, he combines jazz improvisation with the untamed energy of rock music. His irreverence found the perfect outlet in Ceramic Dog, his project of fifteen years with Ches Smith and Shahzad Ismaily. Together, they are a force to be reckoned with, a ferocious trio eager to show their dissatisfaction with our state of affairs. Five years after the critically acclaimed YRU Still Here? once again Ribot listened to the world’s rush once again and wrote new manifestos for us on his new album Connection.
The concert takes place at the Car park in Rua Brito Aranha.
Part of Culturgest's Inside Out Program