Here Come The Warm Jets, Brian Eno’s first solo album, celebrated its 40th Anniversary in 2014. Though Eno never performed this album LIVE, our production does. Utilizing a myriad of special guests singers and musicians depending on schedule availability — making for a wonderful tribute to this artistic innovator.
This quirky studio album represented a time when Eno had just left Roxy Music, before he decided to concentrate on ambient music and predicated productions with Bowie, U2 and Coldplay. It was a very whimsical time and album, with such an adventurous production style it was inconceivable to perform it live. In fact, performing Here Come The Warm Jets in its entirety, was never even attempted — until now.
We are pleased to present Here Come The Warm Jets: LIVE, a celebration of this historic album, as performed by musicians that love and admire this music and have interpreted Eno’s musical intentions. This once-in-a-lifetime program is destined to only be produced for a minimal number of historic performances. A scaled-down version of Here Come The Warm Jets: LIVE was performed during APAP 2012 to a sold-out house Joe’s Pub.
Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this historic opportunity. The video documentary featuring WNYC’s John Schaefer, Jim Sclavunos (Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds) and Vernon Reid amongst others.
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