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Australian pianist, keyboardist, composer and arranger, Barney McAll received a Bachelor Of Music from The Victorian College of Arts and moved to NYC in 1997 after being invited to join Miles Davis alumni Gary Bartz' quartet. He also tours regularly with the various ensembles of trombonist Josh Roseman and with Fred Wesley and the JB's, and The Groove Collective.

Since moving to New York Barney has also performed or toured with Dewey Redman, Jim Black, Maceo Parker, Kenny Garrett, Vernel Fornier, Badal Roy, Stefon Harris, Wallace Roney, Jimmy Cobb, Eddie Henderson and Roy Ayers.

He leads numerous ensembles including; Sylent Running, Triplum and MODAS (Mother Of Dreams And Secrets) and has also written scores for various films including the multi award winning documentary Liberia: An Uncivil War.

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Jeremy Rose: on new music, collaborations and running a label

Read "Jeremy Rose: on new music, collaborations and running a label" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann

On top of the highly praised 2017 release The Vampires meet Lionel Loueke (Earshift Music 2017) with his bandmates from The Vampires, Australian saxophonist Jeremy Rose unleashed his, somewhat overlooked, solo effort Within and Without (Earshift Music 2017) in June that same year. Featuring the unique language of American guitar innovator Kurt Rosenwinkel, the album demonstrates ...

NEWS: RECORDING

M.O.D. Technologies To Release Peter Apfelbaum's Sparkler, I Colored It In For You, As Part Of Incunabula Digtal Series; Plus CD Release Party At Nublu, 12/10

M.O.D. Technologies To Release Peter Apfelbaum's Sparkler, I Colored It In For You, As Part Of Incunabula Digtal Series; Plus CD Release Party At Nublu, 12/10

Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist Peter Apfelbaum (New York Hieroglyphics) introduces the debut track by his newest band, SPARKLER. Co-produced by Apfelbaum and Aaron Johnston (Brazilian Girls) and featuring Natalie Cressman (vocals, trombone) and Jill Ryan (vocals, alto sax), I Colored it in for You is a multidimensional electronic world music track with lyrics as Apfelbaum explains, “about the ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Singer-Songwriter Alicia Saldenha releases "Dance With The Sun"

Singer-Songwriter Alicia Saldenha releases "Dance With The Sun"

After the success of her collaboration with Japanese instrumental band, indigo jam unit, on the album, “Rose," Trinidadian soul singer-songwriter, Alicia Saldenha steps out on her own to release her debut solo CD. The album, Dance with the Sun, showcases Saldenha's talent as a singer-songwriter as well as co-producer. It is an independent self-release under her ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Stanford Lively Arts Kicks Off Jazz Series with Josh Roseman Sextet, November 12 At Campbell Recital Hall

Stanford Lively Arts Kicks Off Jazz Series with Josh Roseman Sextet, November 12 At Campbell Recital Hall

Brooklyn-based trombonist, composer, and all-around musical mad-scientist Josh Roseman celebrates his Jamaican heritage with a musical tribute to the founding fathers of dub and ska, presented by Stanford Lively Arts on Saturday, November 12 at 8:00 p.m. in Campbell Recital Hall. A onetime Skatalite himself and a DownBeat “#1 Rising Star" trombonist, Roseman will be joined ...

NEWS: FESTIVAL

Vision Festival 16 Monday Night Vocals and Much More

Vision Festival 16 Monday Night Vocals and Much More

Monday night at this years Vision Festival is like a miniature of the festival overall. We have a panel event, a special vocal project, and participation from gifted people of many cultures. And there will be a panel to lead off. Most Vision Festivals include an ad hoc vocal ensemble and this year is no exception. ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Tim Nikolsky: Getting Real Down Under

Read "Tim Nikolsky: Getting Real Down Under" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Australian jazz? Although New Orleans is the undisputed historical cradle of jazz, any attempt at a definition of what modern jazz is seems to crash against the rocks of uncertainty at best, and narrow mindedness at worst. Tim Nikolsky--a guitarist who has been part of the Melbourne jazz scene for a decade--agrees that, whilst it is ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Josh Roseman: Reimagining the Constellations

Read "Josh Roseman: Reimagining the Constellations" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke

Josh Roseman is a busy man. Extremely busy. He's also an extremely bright one, which is good because otherwise one might pause to consider whether, with all those activities, he is wearing himself too thin. Turns out he is spreading wide, but nothing about him or his many pursuits is thin. Especially not his creativity.

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Josh Roseman's Joshua 3 at Rockwood Music Hall, September 25 at Midnight

Josh Roseman's Joshua 3 at Rockwood Music Hall, September 25 at Midnight

Josh Roseman's Joshua 3 Saturday, September 25, 2010 At Midnight Free Admission Rockwood Music Hall (Second Stage) 196 Allen Street New York, New York 10002 Trombonist and composer Josh Roseman brings his “Joshua 3" group to Rockwood Music Hall for the first time on Saturday, September 25 at midnight. He will ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Ottawa Jazz Festival 2010: Days 1-3, June 24-26, 2010

Read "Ottawa Jazz Festival 2010: Days 1-3, June 24-26, 2010" reviewed by John Kelman

Days 1-3 | Days 4-6 | Days 7-9 | Days 10-11 Mikko Innanen & InnkvisitioEtienne Charles and Folklore / Bill Frisell's Beautiful DreamersBill Frisell 858 Quartet TD Ottawa International Jazz Festival Ottawa, Ontario, Canada June 24-26, 2010 Back in April 2010, when the TD Ottawa International ...


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