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ARTICLE: BAILEY'S BUNDLES

Notable and Nearly Missed 2016

Read "Notable and Nearly Missed 2016" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

It is impossible, even for John Kelman, Mark Corroto, and Dan Bilawsky, to cover all the music worthy of discussion in a given year. At least that is my line and I am sticking to it as I pen my “Notable and Nearly Missed 2016" column.

Rick Gallagher--Christmas Tidings: A Collection of Jazz Christmas ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Rick Gallagher: Sugar Shack

Read "Sugar Shack" reviewed by John Barron

Jazz musicians often struggle with the notion of attracting a wide audience without having to sacrifice their creative vision. Pittsburgh pianist Rick Gallagher seems to have figured out a way to produce original jazz with an accessible appeal that maintains artistic integrity. Sugar Shack, Gallagher's fifth solo release, is an inventive, swinging piano trio collection featuring ...

Take Five With Rick Gallagher

Read "Take Five With Rick Gallagher" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Meet Rick Gallagher:

Jazz pianist, composer, arranger and teacher from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Over the years Rick has done solo and group work in a wide range of contemporary styles but has found a voice as a player and composer in classic jazz. Rick is a father of four.

Instrument(s):

piano.

Teachers and/or ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Rick Gallagher: Peace Be Still

Read "Peace Be Still" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Jazz artists have always expressed spirituality in their music, whether it be subtle inclusions or overt dedications of faith as found in John Coltrane's masterpiece, A Love Supreme. Pittsburg pianist Rick Gallagher's third release is a solo outing featuring a fresh reworking of popular hymns and spirituals. His previous two recordings, the debut Sweet Potato Eyebrows, ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Rick Gallagher: A Sleigh, A Song & A Baby Boy

Read "A Sleigh, A Song & A Baby Boy" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Like it or not folks - and what's not to like - that Season is upon us with all its attendant musical fantasies, sugarplum fairies, and the other appropriate traditional items and trappings of the holy season. So the market will be loaded with releases of jazz, variety pop, classical and Latin, Holiday, modern Latin, calypso ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Rick Gallagher: A Sleigh, A Song & A Baby Boy

Read "A Sleigh, A Song & A Baby Boy" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

The classic sounds of Christmas music are always a joy, and this season they are reinvigorated with the new release by jazz pianist Rick Gallagher. A talented musician, Gallagher received deserved acclaim and airplay for his debut recording Sweet Potato Eyebrows, which featured his own compositions as well as classics. With an approach in the Ellingtonian ...

Rick Gallagher: Sweet Potato Eyebrows

Read "Sweet Potato Eyebrows" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Style and panache are just a few adjectives used to decribe jazz music and the way it make listeners feel. The phrase “Jazz it up" means to take something and add a little flair and spice to it. Gershwin and Ellington were masters in the classic sense at the very heart of swing and were synonymous ...

Rick Gallagher: Sweet Potato Eyebrows

Read "Sweet Potato Eyebrows" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Style and panache are just a few adjectives used to decribe jazz music and the way it make listeners feel. The phrase “Jazz it up" means to take something and add a little flair and spice to it. Gershwin and Ellington were masters in the classic sense at the very heart of swing and were synonymous ...