SONS OF CHIPOTLE, the new musical project featuring LED ZEPPELIN bass legend John Paul Jones, will play two shows in Tokyo, Japan in early September.
SONS OF CHIPOTLE covers an uncommonly vast area of the musical map, and both John Paul Jones and Anssi Karttunen are thrilled to be making their Japanese debut performance at the famous Pit Inn, Shinjuku on September 3 and September 5.
It is incredibly rare to find two of the finest musicians in the world performing in such an intimate setting for what will be a series of remarkable concerts. Both musicians are known to be curious minds, always ready to learn and to discover. When they improvise, borders disappear, they are free to migrate beyond prejudices, across continents. In a world where walls are being built and people are told where they cannot go, SONS OF CHIPOTLE wants music to be a place of openness.
There will be two performances per day at The Pit Inn featuring John Paul Jones on piano and electronics, with Anssi Karttunen on cello and electronics.
SONS OF CHIPOTLE is deeply honoured to have two extraordinary guest artists join them on both days: Otomo Yoshihide (Japan) and Jim O'Rourke (USA)
Tickets go on sale Sunday, July 28 at 10 a.m. Japan time.
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