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Acclaimed Multi-Instrumentalist Karl Denson Bringing Karl Denson Project To New York City’s Blue Note

Yesterday, Karl Denson revealed Karl Denson's Tiny Universe will embark on a 25th Anniversary Tour in 2023. But that’s not all he has cooking. Next year also marks the 30th anniversary for The Greyboy Allstars, rumors of The Rolling Stones dates abound and the talented musician will take over the famed Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City with an ensemble he’s dubbed the Karl Denson Project.
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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Hangtown Music Festival Shares Final Year Lineup: Railroad Earth, Yonder Mountain String Band, Karl Denson, More

Hangtown Music Festival will return this October for its final year before organizers retire the name. The festival will take place at its new home at the Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass Valley, CA on October 20th–23rd with a lineup featuring Railroad Earth, Yonder Mountain String Band, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, The Mother Hips, and more.
GRASS VALLEY, CA
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Karl Denson Gives Up The Grind On New Greyboy Allstars Single, “Got To Get Me A Job” [Listen]

San Diego five-piece The Greyboy Allstars have shared “Got to Get Me a Job”, the single that lends its title to the band’s forthcoming covers album, Get a Job. The new recording—a cover of the Don Alford-penned soul-funk scorcher recorded by his wife, Ann Alford, in 1971—adds an ounce of urgency to the to the deep cut. With endearingly street-weary vocals and a piercing sax riff from Karl Denson, gelatinous funk textures from organist Robert Walter and guitarist Elgin Park, and vintage rhythmic punch courtesy of bassist Chris Stillwell and drummer Aaron Redfield, “Got to Get Me a Job” sounds at once like a nod to the past and an anthem for the present in the able hands of The Greyboy Allstars.
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The Cabin ready to celebrate Sundance with Karl Denson, Chali 2Na and DJ Logic

The Cabin is celebrating the new year by preparing for a string of concerts and performances scheduled to coincide with the Sundance Film Festival. Junior Richard, the entertainment director of the Main Street bar, and head of marketing Malia Denali have solidified a schedule at the 21-and-older venue that starts with Preston Creed on Jan. 20 and ends with DJ Logic & Friends on Jan. 29. (See accompanying box for the full schedule).
PARK CITY, UT
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Let the children boogie: Karl Denson plays David Bowie

The Starman has entered Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe. Denson, the multi-instrumentalist from San Diego who moonlights with the Rolling Stones and has a penchant for immersing into projects, has created something out of this world: “A Diesel Insane: The Music of David Bowie.”. With just five scheduled performances,...
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Karl Denson, DJ Logic

Singer and saxophonist Karl Denson fronts the Tiny Universe as if he’s preaching the gospel. His energy and spirit are contagious while his songwriting serves a larger message of fellowship—across generations, genders, religions and cultures. Not surprisingly, he’s none too pleased with the current state of political discourse. Thus the reason why KDTU’s new album, ‘Gnomes & Badgers’ (out now on Seven Spheres Records), is Denson’s hard-grooving answer to these tragically divisive times. Highly regarded as one of the best live acts on the planet, KDTU distills the sweeping stylistic range of its concert performances into their own authentic sound featuring Denson and his long-standing seven piece unit. Along with KDTU, Denson serves as the touring saxophonist with The Rolling Stones, while continuing to hold down his role as a founding member of the seminal funk band, The Greyboy Allstars.