EYC Black History Month Jazz Concert, featuring Rick Braun, Lito Hernandez and Jazz/Gospel Fusion
1221 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA, 93101
Doors 5:00 PM / Show 6:30 PM
Watch & Listen
Born: July 6, 1955 in Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA.
Smooth Jazz trumpeter and flugelhorn player.
World touring Artist, composer, band leader, Saxophonist, & award winning multi instrumentalist, Lito Hernandez will be leading the Lito Band in night of breathtaking Millennial Jazz. "Millennial Jazz is the music that reflects my generation and who we are. Just imagine music from all corners of the world conversing in one center point. Now imagine that in an explosion of sound! Thats Millennial Jazz"
Born and raised in Santa Barbara California Lito took to music like a bird takes to flight! He received the highest honor that Berklee College of Music has to offer and attended the College for both his Undergrad and Masters Degrees. After studying in Boston, Athens Greece, & Valencia Spain Lito started his touring career where he was able to perform his music at the Umbria Jazz Festival (Perugia Italia), Art BASEL (Miami Florida), Topeka Kansas, Berklee College of Music Boston Massachusetts and up and down the California Coast. Lito is currently working on his first album release which is expected to drop this fall.
We have the great luxury of having Daryell Perkins joining us on drums. Making a pit stop from the top of the tri-county area, Daryell will be electrifying the band with his limitless expressions of love and soul on drums.
Santa Barbara native Santiino Taferella will be representing the 805 on bass. For the past three years Santino has been working under the direction of Bob Mintzer! Additionally he has worked along side Michael Michael McDonald, Bruce Forman, Phil Ranelin, & Ike Jenkins in his love and pursuit of creating Jazz.
One of the biggest kept secrets in the 805, pianist Miles Napier will be making it out for a night of Millennial Jazz with the the Lito Hernandez Band. Keep your eye on Miles Napier as he is soon to take off on the Jazz scene.
$25.00 - $65.00
Tickets Available at the Door