Live at the Mu­seum Hill Café: Tootie Heath

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Al­bert “Tootie” Heath, a liv­ing-leg­end jazz drum­mer, plays Mu­seum Hill Café (710 Camino Lejo) on the evening of Fri­day, June 10. Heath, born in Philadel­phia in 1935, cut his teeth play­ing in his twen­ties with John Coltrane, J.J. John­son, Benny Gol­son, Can­non­ball Ad­der­ley, and McCoy Tyner, to name a few. He went on to play on hun­dreds of al­bums — and to re­lease his own Tootie’s Tempo with rel­a­tive young­sters Ethan Iverson and Ben Street in 2013. Heath, who is a Santa Fe res­i­dent of late, makes mu­sic in this Santa Fe Mu­sic Col­lec­tive gig with pi­anist Bert Dal­ton and bassist Andy Zadrozny. The mu­sic starts at 7 p.m. Call 505-983-6820 for in­for­ma­tion and reser­va­tions; tick­ets are $25. — P.W.

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