The Rolling Stones' Project Friday January 23rd at The Falcon

Rolling Stones' Horn-Man Brings together members of The Stones' Touring Company!

Featuring vocalist Bernard Fowler

Special Guests to be announced!

Tim Ries

Highly accomplished saxophonist and composer, Ries tours the world playing saxophone, keyboard and organ with the Rolling Stones. His recording and performance credits include work with Donald Fagen, Paul Simon, Sheryl Crow, Lyle Lovett, Stevie Wonder, Incognito, Blood Sweat & Tears, Bob Belden and David Lee Roth. Having already released five original jazz compact discs, Tim now channels his energy into creating jazz interpretations of rock and roll standards.

Reis turned the tables and arranged Rolling Stones music for his jazz quintet, drawing a great response when he played the results for the Stones. Keith Richards in particular played it over and over. Tim's CDs "The Rolling Stones Project" ( I and II) had him leading 24 musicians including Keith Richards, Ron Wood and Charlie Watts, as well as Norah Jones, Sheryl Crow and two of the Stones' back-up singers in the music.

Bernard Fowler

One of the busiest vocalists in pop music with the most diverse résumé, Bernard Fowler has been hired by the the Rolling Stones, Bootsy Collins, left-field producer Adrian Sherwood, and minimalist composer Philip Glass. He was on Herbie Hancock's successful "Future Shock", on Public Image Ltd.'s Compact Disc, Sly & Robbie album "Language Barrier", Mick Jagger's solo album "She's the Boss", and joined Bootsy Collins for "What's Bootsy Doin'?" In 1989 he joined the Rolling Stones for their Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle world tour. In 2006 he finally got around to making his own solo record, "Friends with Privileges", released by Sony Japan.

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