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Take Five With Tim Kuhl

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Meet Tim Kuhl: Drummer / Composer Tim Kuhl was born in June 1982 and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. Kuhl relocated to New York City in 2003 and has been working as a band leader and sideman in the NYC area. Kuhl is celebrating the release of this third album as a leader called, Doomsayer. He resides in Brooklyn, NY.Instrument(s): Drums, percussion, piano.Teachers and/or influences? My family, friends, many teachers, and ...

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Tim Kuhl: King

Read "King" reviewed by Troy Collins

An excellent example of post-modern musicianship, drummer Tim Kuhl has led a diverse career since relocating to New York City in 2003. A classically trained percussionist, he has held a steady residency in the East Village with his jazz ensemble and played with a slew of rock bands, including The Izzys, The Junkman Band, Less Than Treason, and Magnets for Teeth.

King, his second album as a leader, features the powerhouse front line of tenor saxophonist Jon Irabagon, ...

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Take Five With Tim Kuhl

Read "Take Five With Tim Kuhl" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Meet Tim Kuhl:Tim Kuhl relocated from Baltimore Maryland to New York City in 2003, where he has been busy as a bandleader and sideman, playing in all genres of music. He consistently curates monthly nights of music in New York City, and from March 2006 till January 2008 had monthly residency at the Lakeside Lounge in the East Village, with his jazz group.

He is the drummer for internationally acclaimed rock band The Izzys, and is the leader ...

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Tim Kuhl: Ghost

Read "Ghost" reviewed by Elliott Simon

This sextet, put together by drummer Tim Kuhl for his debut, has a big sound while also incorporating unique voices. Most specifically, trombonist Rick Parker and guitarist Nir Felder combine to differentiate this release from the rest of the pack by broadening the sonic palette in a way that adds surprising twists to strong compositions. Saxophonist JC Kuhl and pianist Mark Aanderud blend into this mix exceedingly well, the former evincing a crisp clean touch and the latter, on both ...