Ed Lucie Trio
Saturday - October, 27 @ 8:00pm
Ed Lucie - Bass
Mike Connors - Drums
Phil Sargent - Guitar
Ed Lucie was born in Jamaica, Queens, NY. After seeing the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show he immediately began guitar lessons but quickly discovered and switched to the electric bass guitar. He was mostly self taught until entering Berklee College of Music where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Music. He began doing road gigs but returned to Boston to earn a Master’s Degree in Jazz Studies from New England Conservatory. He was fortunate to study with Mirslov Vitous and Dave Holland. He soon relocated to LA where he served as chairman of the Bass Dep’t at the LA Music Academy. He is currently living in Boston where he is a professor at Berklee College of Music.
Ed is dedicated to the bass guitar (he does not double on upright) and seeing its acceptance into the jazz world. He has performed, recorded, travelled, and appeared with a wide variety of artists and situations including Buddy Rich, Stevie Wonder, Boston Pops, Warren Haynes and Gov’t Mule, Glen Yarbrough, Pat Boone, Peter Bernstein, and TV sitcoms.
Casey Schuerell, renowned drummer states “Ed Lucie is an outstanding musician. His bass playing reflects his deep passion for music. Accomplished in a wide range of styles, with a firm foundation in jazz, he is an excellent reader and a terrific improviser. When working with Ed, he contributes musically in unselfish ways, intuitively understanding the role he must play in order to make each musical experience successful.”
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650A Congress Street, Portland ME
- Mon: 5PM-11PM
- Tues: 6PM-12AM
- Wed: 5PM-12AM
- Thurs: 5PM-12AM
- Fri & Sat: 5PM-1AM
- Sun: 4PM-10PM
Blue has won Portland’s Best Jazz Venue for several years in a row and dedicates every Saturday night to Jazz at Blue.
We are a DONATION BASED venue. Please show your support to the musicians by donating to the basket by the stage. Because we don’t charge a cover and 100% of your donations go to the musicians we respectfully ask that each person make a ONE PURCHASE MINIMUM of food/beverage to help support the room. All seats are first come, first served (feel free to share a table). We do not take reservations.