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Allison Miller and Friends

Read "Allison Miller and Friends" reviewed by Russell Perry


For over a decade, drummer Allison Miller has led and been the principal composer for the band Boom Tic Boom. The group was launched in 2010 as a quartet with Jenny Scheinman on violin, Myra Melford on piano, and Todd Sickafoose on bass, but was augmented to a sextet more recently with the addition of virtuosic ...

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Freihofer Jazz Festival 2019

Read "Freihofer Jazz Festival 2019" reviewed by Rudolph Lu


The 42nd Annual Freihofer Jazz Festival in Saratoga Springs, NY was held from June 28-20, 2019 at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. The broad spectrum of jazz was well represented. Well over 25 artists performed. There was an unofficial opening on the 28th held at the Caffe Lena, a venue located in Saratoga Springs ...

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Allison Miller's Boom Tic Boom Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam

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Allison Miller is regarded as one of the leading jazz drummers of today. With her Boom Tic Boom 'family' she presents her latest album Glitter Wolf, described by the band itself as 'a celebratory genre-busting organic mash up of Bach, clave, klezmer and Jazz Messengers.' American jazz magazine Downbeat includes her in the top ...

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Boom Tic Boom

Label: Foxhaven Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Cheyenne; Fead; Intermission Rockin' Chair; Be Melting Snow; CFS (Candy Flavored Sidewalks); Big Lovely; Night.

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Boom Tic Boom

Label: Foxhaven Records
Released: 2010

Article: Album Review

Allison Miller: Boom Tic Boom

Read "Boom Tic Boom" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Nel jazz, le presenze femminili non sono molto numerose. Ancora più raro, trovarle sedute dietro piatti e tamburi. Inevitabile dunque affrontare con particolare curiosità l'ascolto di questo album di Allison Miller, realizzato in trio con Todd Sickafoose e Myra Melford. La Miller vanta un curriculum di tutto rispetto, sia in ambito pop (le sue collaborazioni più ...

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Article: Album Review

Allison Miller: Boom Tic Boom

Read "Boom Tic Boom" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Just say yes to records led by drummers. Why? Because drummers may rarely be the leaders or composers, but they're always the soul of any good recording. Where's Coltrane without Jones, or Jarrett without DeJohnette? Nowhere. That's why, when a session is commanded by a percussionist, as is Boom Tic Boom by drummer Allison Miller, there ...

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Article: Album Review

Allison Miller: Boom Tic Boom

Read "Boom Tic Boom" reviewed by Lyn Horton


Opening with a set of cymbal crashes amid a tight-knit kit rumble that segues into the rhythmic pulse, drummer Allison Miller begins her second album with “Cheyenne," one of four original compositions written for this group. Joining Miller in her trio are Myra Melford (piano) and Todd Sickafoose (bass). Violinist Jenny Scheinman does a sprightly guest ...


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