DDAT-The Delbert Anderson Trio

Music DDAT-The Delbert Anderson Trio

Heralding from Farmington, New Mexico, DDAT brings their very own unique take on jazz. Fusing jazz with Native American melody, they have been recognized the world over for their significant contributions to music and recognition of Navajo culture. Participants in Peter Gabriel's WOMAD festival, The Delbert Anderson Trio has been featured in The New York Times, JazzTimes, Grammy.com, NASA, NPR Music Top 10, Smithsonian Magazine, Yahoo/Mic.com, TEDx, PBS, FNX Television and much more. To drive the high desert roads of northern New Mexico is to navigate mountain passes, red rock mesas and dry river washes, and to spot the hogans, hamlets and sheep herds of the vast and remote Navajo nation. Fiddling with the dial on the car radio during my time there usually generates only static. Except one day came the sound of a silken and soulful trumpet, as a station played a haunting ballad, “Narbona,” with unmistakable Navajo phrasing. The song was the handiwork of the Delbert Anderson Trio, and it felt as if it had arisen from the folds of this land. -Michael Powell, The New York Times

Event Details

Phone: 415.640.0389
Admission: Free
Food & beverage available
Rated: G - General Audiences
More Info: Reno Public Market

Reno Public Market
299 East Plumb Lane
Reno, NV 89502

Event Schedule

July 16 7pm - 9pm
Gate/Door Time: 6pm