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Miles Evans: Two-Part Harmony

By Published: August 9, 2012
AAJ: What's coming up on your musical menu?

ME: I'm working on it right now. I'll be flying to Los Angeles and working in the studio, and once it's done you'll see what will be brewing. There'll be [bassist] Darryl Jones, [saxophonist] Bob Sheppard, [keyboardist] Mitchel Forman
Mitchel Forman
Mitchel Forman
, a really awesome backup singer for the Rolling Stones, Bernard Fowler , and Steve Ferrone, who is an incredible drummer who's now playing for Tom Petty. These musicians are unique and, guaranteed, the music will be too.

AAJ: What about the future of The Gil Evans Orchestra?

ME: The Gil Evans Orchestra has a bright future, with upcoming concerts in New York and elsewhere. We'll produce and perform great music, continuing the legacy with a fresh innovation. You'll see.

Selected Discography

Ray Russell, Goodbye Svengali (Cuneiform, 2006)

Gil Evans, 75th Birthday Concert (BBC Music, 2001)

Lew Soloff, Rainbow Mountains (32Jazz, 2000)

Gil Evans Orchestra, A Tribute to Gil (Soul Note, 1997)

Bob Moses, Time Stood Still (Grammavision, 1993)

Gil Evans, Live at Sweet Basil, Vols. 1 & 2 (Evidence, 1984)

Photo Credits

Page 1, Miles Evans: Tony Gieske

Page 1, Gil Evans: Courtesy of Miles Evans Page 2: Melanie Futorian

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