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Nashville's Dynamo brings jazz fusion to Nietzsche's

Buffalo’s jazz fans aren’t always properly served on a weekly basis.

Not so when Nashville outfit Dynamo is joined by local quintet The Truth for a night of jazz fusion inside Buffalo favorite Nietzsche’s (248 Allen St.) at 10 p.m. Nov. 4.

Since forming four years ago, the nine-piece Dynamo has toured extensively, bringing its original fusion of jazz, rock, funk and soul to receptive corners across the country. Now performing work from “Celina” — recorded in front of a live audience inside Syracuse’s Subcat Studios — the collective has earned praise for their composed fluidity, all while toting an energetic spontaneity alongside catchy, R&B-influenced vocal hooks now honed years after their 2014 debut album, “Live at Ocean Way.”

Joining Dynamo is the recently formed Truth, a supergroup of young, skilled jazz musicians active in and around the Nickel City. Veterans of the local music scene will recognize the likes of Ellen Pieroni (Folkfaces), Donny Frauenhofer (Intrepid Travelers), Adam Bronstein (GRAVY), Anthony Henry (Houston Gardwell Collective), and Gabe Wells (Dreambeaches). Together, they’ll team for an eclectic show of instrumental flair, as well as what plans to be a very lively night on and surrounding one of Allentown’s most cherished stages.

Admission is $5 at the door. Visit

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