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Wet Paint – Not just for jazz fans

You will hear some way cool jazz in FluteDaddy concerts, but you don’t have to be a jazz lover to enjoy the music of Wet Paint. We play original music in a variety of genre’s and jazz is the special sauce.

Our Wet Paint program includes some rock and hip hop songs that combine rock and roll rhythms with bluesy jazz harmony and improvised solos. We will also play some Latin jazz tunes, think tango or cha cha with jazz guitar licks or hot sax solos. Our program includes songs that swing hard and ballads that sound like the theme songs of movies or TV shows. There are sounds for every taste and they come wrapped in story that will spark your imagination.

Join the FluteDaddy nonet for an afternoon of music and story designed to inspire.

Sunday April 7, 2:30 PM

Cottonwood Center For The Arts

Get Tickets Online or 719-520-1899

Wet Paint – Music Story, Inspiration

Wet Paint – Music and Story Designed To Inspire

Premieres: Sunday April 7,

We are so excited to share this experience with you! The two minute video tells the story with a song from the show as the video music.

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Wet Paint is an interactive concert of original music and story designed to inspire you. FluteDaddy Nine is an ensemble of Colorado pros who deliver an engaging performance using various combinations of woodwinds, brass, guitars, basses, piano/synthesizer, drums and percussion. Click Wet Paint on home page for details.

New Music Samples

New Music Samples have been added to our Music page.

The new music samples are of Joseph Liberti with the FluteDaddy quartet and recorded in a live performance:

  1. A cool jazz rendition of Dave Brubeck’s In Your Own Sweet Way.
  2. A medium uptempo samba of Antonio Carlos Jobim’s Chega De Saudade.
  3. A special ballad version of Michel Legrand’s You Must Believe In Spring. 

You Must Believe In Spring features a gorgeous 2 minute piano solo intro followed by a piano and alto flute duet and then a final improv out chorus with the whole band. It is a little long but beautiful and the audience loved it. Here it is: