If there is such a thing as justice, Will Ferrell should finance every future album Katisse Buckingham makes. The money spent would be trivial compared to that priceless comedic moment in Anchorman when Ron Burgundy displays his jazz flute prowess, a scene underscored with the audio of Katisse's other-worldly flute virtuosity. As a first-call saxophonist and perhaps the best improvising flautist in L.A., Katisse has the resources to bankroll his own projects, including his ambitious Oddsemble, a group intent on confusing everyone with a dizzying array of mixed-meter rhythms and general bad-assery. To quote Burgundy, don't act like you're not impressed.

Mon., Dec. 29, 10 p.m.-1 a.m., 2014
(Expired: 12/29/14)

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