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Shannon Hoover Trio with Duane Simpson & Jeff Sipe

Sunday, March 24, 2019
$15 / $15
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Seated Lounge Show - Limited Tables Available with a Dinner Reservation :: All Other Seating is First Come First Serve General Admission :: Please Call Venue for Dinner Reservations


Greenville, SC area bassist and composer Shannon Hoover brings his trio to the Isis Lounge on Sunday March 24th, 730pm, featuring Duane Simpson on guitar and Jeff Sipe on drums. They will perform original compositions by Hoover, along with arrangements of choice jazz standards and a few surprises!

Shannon Hoover · 6:00pm


Shannon Hoover, from Greenville SC, plays electric and acoustic bass, piano, and brass. A graduate of Anderson University(SC) in 2004, Shannon has a B.A. in Double Bass Performance(minors in piano and education) and is currently a freelance performer, composer, private instructor, clinician, and founder of a jazz nonprofit group called The Greenville Jazz Collective. He teaches private bass lessons at Watson-Wood Music in Greenville, SC. He is also adjunct bass instructor and Jazz Band Director at University of South Carolina-Upstate in Spartanburg, SC. He plays regularly with several projects such as The Hipbones, Lovell Bradford Trio, Clay Ross Band, Jonathan Scales Fourchestra, Jeff Sipe Trio, and his own group, the Shannon Hoover Trio. Recently, Shannon has recently had the opportunity to play with Victor Wooten, Glenn Miller Ochestra, Branford Marsalis, Harry Kim, Ike Stubblefield, Vincent Gardner, Lizz Wright, Jiggs Whigham, John Ellis, Kobie Watkins, Ron McCurdy, Col. Bruce Hampton, Craig Wagner, Adam Nitti, Justin Stanton, Bob Moses, Ranky Tanky, Chris Vadala, Terreon Gully, Geoff Achison, Buzz Amato, Jeff Sipe, Derek Trucks, Mondre Moffett, Edwin McCain, Delfeayo Marsalis, Bobby Lee Rodgers, Pharez Whitted, Dionne Warwick, Yonrico Scott, Bill Evans, Kofi Burbridge, Chris Bullock, Scotty Anderson, Walter Blanding, Jr., Roy "Futureman" Wooten, Jason Marsalis, Mondre Moffett and the late great Clarence Clemons.

Shannon released a CD entitled "Follow Me" in October 2012, featuring original compositions. He has been busy the last few years building a foundation for jazz in Greenville, SC. Shannon is music director of a newly formed non- profit organization, the Greenville Jazz Collective, which he co-founded in 2012. The group promotes jazz awareness and education in the Greenville area, reaching out to local schools and the public with concerts, camps, and clinics.

Shannon has recently been working on several new projects, including a second studio album of original compositions, a solo electric bass album, a bass method book, and new ensembles, festivals, and concert series with the Greenville Jazz Collective.