Rosanne Cash opened her 4-night run at SFJAZZ Center last night, telling deep, lyrical stories inspired by her travels in the South, complete with projected photography (see below). She's back on tonight, and sold out all weekend long!
Meanwhile, Adam Theis & Subharmonic gave Mingus Ah Um the Hotplate treatment in Joe Henderson Lab, without a doubt one of the most ambitious shows in this monthly series we've heard yet!
See more pics on SFJAZZ Flickr. Don't miss Adam Theis' special Solo Sacred Space concert at Church of the Advent (across the street from the Center), part of the 32nd San Francisco Jazz Festival! For more music inspired by the South, check out Resident Artistic Director Regina Carter's upcoming Southern Comfort.