Dan Krimm’s Last Chance Jazz, released in 2013, is an archival live recording of his quartet from 1993 at the Kampo Cultural & Media Center in New York City. The group features Krimm on the fretless electric bass, Mike Foster on tenor sax, Rolf Sturm on electric guitar and MIDI guitar synthesizer, and drummer Rich Mercurio.
Tommy Cecil is one of the most in demand bassists in the D.C and Mid Atlantic area. He relocated to Washington, D.C. , leaving his native Baltimore, MD in 1976
Night Hawk [Dreambox Media], released in late-December 2013, is the second offering from the modern incarnation of the Chuck Anderson Trio. Bassist Eric Schreiber and drummer Ed Rick join guitarist Chuck Anderson in an electrifying exploration of six jazz standards and six newly composed originals.
Boston based guitarist, Gerry Beaudoin, has had a long and distinguished career as a jazz artist.
Dan Phillips is a graduate of Berklee College of Music. He represented the college at the Montreal Jazz festival in his senior year of undergraduate school. He has been a bandleader in Chicago, New York, Tokyo and now in Bangkok. He is a composer and educator who currently is Lecturer of Guitar and Jazz Studies at Silpakorn University in Bangkok, Thailand.
By: Vince Lewis Pianist Randy Klein is an alumnus of Berklee College of Music. He is an Emmy Award winner for Free To Dance (PBS Great Performances), Beyond Tara – The extraordinary Life Of Hattie Mc Daniel (American Movie Classics) and Richard Wright – Black Boy (PBS/BBC Production). Klien has also enjoyed great success in […]
Guitarist, David Gilmore, has worked with many top Jazz artists. His credentials include appearances with Esperanza Spaulding, Wayne Shorter, Christian Mc Bride, Sam Rivers, Steve Coleman and David Sanborn.
One of the joys of serving as a reviewer of Jazz CDS is the opportunity to hear new voices that come across my desk, and Jones Street, released by Mark Kleinhaut and Neil Lamb, made my day.
Grant Geissman’s new album, Bop! Bang! Boom!, is a perfect follow up to Geissman’s most recent releases “Cool Man Cool” and “Say That.” From the fun artwork to the great music, this is truly a pleasure to experience both visually and musically.
Philadelphia native, Kurt Rosenwinkel, has been a strong voice in modern Jazz for several years now. A solid standards player, he is also a prolific composer. Kurt is also a past winner of The National Endowment for the Arts Composer’s Award.