Archive for November, 2010


Props to my bandmates (Jeremy Harlos – bass; Travis Shores – drums; Andrew Moroz – piano) for smokin’ at 51 Main a few weeks ago – here’s some recordings from the gig I finally got mp3’d and uploaded:

Recorded live, 51 Main, Middlebury, VT, 11/05/10Justin Perdue & Jeremy Harlos

Mogani - jazz / latin / fusion sextetNov 12, 9pm – 11pm
Mogani live at the Grille

McCullough Hall, Middlebury College
Middlebury VT 05733

Come out and groove to our funky fusion of hot Latin numbers, cool jazz classics and originals.

Cobey Gatos, keyboards; Glenn Goodwin, bass; Michael Morera, saxophones; Justin Perdue, guitar; Daniel Scharstein, drums; Carlos Velez, percussion and special guest Werner Krotz, guitar

more info:
the Grille: (802) 443-5014 http://middlebury.edu/studentlife/dining/grille
Mogani: http://MoganiMusic.com/

Perdue, Shores & Harlos has expanded into a quartet, with the addition of pianist Andrew Moroz (who also plays a mean trombone, just not on these recordings). I’m very excited about the possibilities of this group – we’ll be debuting the new lineup on Friday, Nov. 5th at 51 Main. Come check it out!

In the meantime, here’s a few initial run-through rehearsal recordings:

Justin Perdue – guitar; Jeremy Harlos – bass; Travis Shores – drums; Andrew Moroz – piano
10/27/10

Don’t miss the trio’s debut as a quartet:
Friday, November 5, 9pm-midnight at 51 Main

The Justin Perdue Quartet explores the interplay of guitarist Justin Perdue’s modal jazz flights with the post-bop virtuosity of pianist Andrew Moroz – all over the grooves of bassist Jeremy Harlos and drummer and hand percussionist Travis Shores’ intense, multi-layered African, Middle Eastern and jazz rhythms. This adventurous band of seasoned jazzmen delves into everything from Indian ragas to funky soul jazz as they push the envelope of improvisation with their unique repertoire of original compositions.

more info:
51 Main: (802) 388-8209
Justin Perdue Quartet on facebook