Local five-piece Grammy-nominated band David Cain & Senses performs a free concert that includes video and animation at the Hoogland to raise money for the center through donations. Senses might be categorized as playing new wave, ambient, or contemporary jazz music. The concert is titled Soundadelic, but front man and vocalist/saxophonist David Cain always seems to break out of any confine. In fact, he claims that you’ll hear “sounds like you haven’t heard before” as he, and electronic and synthesized guitarist Howard Freitag, create sounds from their computers and midi-keyboards as well. They are joined by David Hoffman, who played with Ray Charles for more than 13 years on trumpet and keys; Jim Cloney, playing the four- and six-string bass; and Michael Wall on electronic drums and percussion. The group will film this concert for a PBS live concert video. Be part of the experience.

Senses Concert
Saturday, July 30, 7:02pm
Hoogland Center for the Arts
Club Room
420 S. Sixth Street

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