Results for "Axiom"
Self-Evident Truth in both concept and application best describes the realization of the musical goals of brothers Peter Templer and Phil Templer. The road towards that realization has been one of many twists and turns often encountered by professional musicians striving to explore their own artistic expressions, while at the same time responding to the ever changing demands of both the national and international marketplace. Through AXIOM, Peter and Phil feel that they are indeed establishing their own special place on the contemporary music scene. When recently asked "What is AXIOM all about and what are you trying to say, musically speaking?" Peter responds, 'As the name implies, this is the self-evident truth in music for us! I grew up playing tunes by Jr
Label: Ropeadope / Stretch Music
Track listing: I Own the Night; The Last Chieftain; Guinnevere; Songs She Never Heard; Sunrise in Beijing; Huntress; Incarnation; West of the West; Diaspora; Introductions; Guinnevere (alternative take); The Last Chieftain (alternative take).
by Phillip Woolever
As evidenced here, those in attendance for Christian Scott Atunde Adjuah's 2020 engagement at New York's Blue Note from March 11-15 witnessed what turned out to be some of the most powerful performances of this restricted musical year, just before everyday life changed for most people on the planet. The record is dedicated to the victims ...
Featuring the music of AXIOM
by AAJ Staff
Meet Axiom Founded and brought together by brothers Pete and Phil Templer, guitarist/composer and drummer/percussionist/composer respectively, the goal was to establish a creative and engaging environment to present a dynamic musical experience to audiences of all types. Pete and Phil both hail from the Midwest where they began their musical journey studying and playing ...
Axiom, the jazz fusion group founded by brother Pete and Phil Templer, will release Starburst, their first album in over a decade, on August 21. On Starburst, Pete (guitars) and Phil (drums and percussion) are joined by an incredibly eclectic group of stellar musicians—Alan Palmer (Jackie Mclean, Bap Trio) and Frank Villafranca (Bill Watrous) on sax; ...