Jazz guitarist Dave Stryker plays makeup concert in Tampa this weekend

The January show was postponed.

click to enlarge Dave Stryker - Steve Splane/Tampa Jazz Club
Steve Splane/Tampa Jazz Club
Dave Stryker
Jazz guitarist Dave Stryker had to postpone his January Tampa performance at Hillsborough Community College due to a day-of-show flight conflict.

But this time around, the 64-year old friend of Jared Gold and Steve Slagle has no plans to put his third appearance at HCC off again. The 64-year-old plays HCC's Mainstage Theatre on the Ybor City campus at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 6.
He has a new album out, entitled As We Are, which features a string quartet, and bassist John Patitucci (a longtime friend and bandmate of the late Chick Corea).

Stryker’s original HCC show was in a sense, a release party, so this Sunday, just pretend that it’s still January, and it’ll feel like nothing ever happened.

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Josh Bradley

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