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by Dan Bilawsky
A curve ball can be the cause of consternation but it can also go the other way, ending up as a serendipitous game changer. Such was the case with the initial meeting between vocalist Tine Bruhn and pianist Johnny O'Neal. Both figures first encountered one another in the summer of 2011, when Bruhn's steady pianist backed out of a gig on short notice and sent O'Neal as his replacement; they've been working together ever since. Bruhn and ...read more
by C. Michael Bailey
With the rapid evolution of jazz in the past generation, a simple performance approach offers the benefit of showing from where we have come. Denmark-cum-New York City native vocalist Tine Bruhn joins pianist Johnny O'Neal (late of drummer Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers and vibraphonist Milt Jackson's band) and saxophonist Stacy Dillard for a collection of ten tried-and-true standards, simply and elegantly presented within the intimate confines of the duo-trio format. Part of understanding how jazz got where it is today ...read more
by AAJ Staff
Meet Tine Bruhn:Tine Bruhn is a jazz vocalist with extensive solo and ensemble experience.
She lives in New York City, where she has put together a new group of excellent up and coming musicians. They perform jazz standards and R&B classics along with contemporary instrumental pieces to which Tine has written original lyrics. The focus is to combine elements of jazz and R&B through the scope of her own European style.
Tine moved to Boston in ...read more