“Almost always, the creative dedicated minority has made the world better.” Martin Luther King Jr. said that, and he might have been referring to someone like L.A.’s homegrown Dwight Trible, the great jazz vocalist, who has bucked all trends and forged ahead with a uniquely shaped, spiritually healing singing style that is a thrilling testament to the value of sticking to one’s creative vision. In paying tribute to King, Trible is joined by a choice ensemble of like-minded musical and literary progressives, including poet Kamau Daaood, sax man Justo Almario, pianist John Beasley, bassist Trevor Ware and drummer Paul Legaspi.

Mon., Jan. 19, 8:30 p.m., 2015
(Expired: 01/19/15)

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