THREE SQUARED: is a fresh fusion of the nu jazz sound in America. The original music is pulled from the exotic sounds of Persia, Japan, Latin America, House Music & Blues; then blended & infused with the feel of Jazz
Antwon Owens, Matt King, Jim Disner and Nathan Walter make up the band Three Squared. Heavily influenced by Denver trumpeter/composer great Ron Miles and other modern instrumental artists such as Bill Frisell, Fred Hess and Don Byron, they perpetuate the evolution of American music through composition and performance. As a group or individually they have performed/recorded with or alongside such notables as Stanley Jordan, The Bad Plus, The Under Dog Five, The New York Voices, Ron Miles, Fred Hess, Rene Marie, Keith Oxman, Mark Harris, Shamie Royston, Max Wagner, Gerald Endsley Big Band, Mark Sabatella, Joshua Trinidad, Tonali, The Atomic Brass Project and many more. Some venues that have showcased their talents are The Brown Palace Hotel, The Walnut Room, Dulcinea’s, Quixote’s, 1515 Market, Dazzle Jazz Club, Mercury Cafe, Trio’s (Boulder and Denver) KUVO Jazz Radio Station, Toad Tavern, Herman’s Hideaway, The Soiled Dove Underground, The D’ Note, Aspen Jazz Festival, The OutPost (New Mexico), Red Rocks Amphitheater, Falling Rock Tap House, Larimer Lounge, The Oriental Theater, Alto, Herb's, UNC Greeley Jazz Festival, DU Jazz Festival, Metropolitan State College of Denver Jazz Festival, and many other auditoriums, clubs and music festivals.
Matt King-alto sax; Jim Disner-guitar; Antwon Owens-drums;
Guitar is perfected by Jim Disner, a dedicated and inspiring
player who wears his heart on his hand,
and touches everyone else's with the audible beauty he
“Nathan Walter....is the core of the music and common
ground, where all other instruments feed from.
He is a rock!
Antwon Owens charm radiates from behind his drum set, and
he is great at making every member of
the audience feel like he is playing just for them.
-Erin Merelli, Jazzreview.com (Music That Moves)
Let’s Play Ping Pong moves in ways a fine glass of scotch
does, by thickly coating the glass with each