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Berklee's fifth Kendall Square Concert Series continues to offer up varied lunchtime menu of music every Thursday throughout the summer and has been extended to mid-September. Performers include Berklee students and alumni playing original jazz, Latin, hip-hop, rock, folk, funk, and reggae.

Kendall Square Concert Series Presented by Berklee College of Music presents Reality Featuring Jovol "Bam Bam" Bell.
Texas-born drummer Jovol Bell has a sound that is just as big as the state he hails from. His infectious fusion of hip-hop and straight-ahead jazz produces a unique old-school feel with a new-school sound. He started playing drums at the age of 5 in church. In 2002, he performed at the International Association of Jazz Educators conference with legendary drummer Ed Thigpen and up-and-coming jazz artist Sean Jones. Bell cites as his influences, "the power and speed of Dennis Chambers, the finesse of Vinnie Colaiuta, and the soulful playing of Ralph Peterson."

Added by Berklee MR on August 4, 2009

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