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Chuck Lamb

Chuck Lamb, as a pianist and composer, has been with the Brubeck Brothers Quartet for 14 years and has performed with the Quartet and/or his own groups at numerous renowned venues around the world, including Jazz At Lincoln Center, Newport Jazz Festival, Monterey Jazz Festival, Detroit Jazz Festival, Montreal Jazz Festival, Hollywood Bowl, Blue Note (Tokyo), Vancouver Wine & Jazz Festival, Rochester Jazz Festival, Syracuse Jazz Festival, Yoshi’s, Jazz Standard, and more. Earlier in his career, Chuck co-founded the jazz fusion group, “Dry Jack,” which Rolling Stone History of Music cited as one of the premiere, cutting edge fusion bands of the electric jazz movement

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First Mile

Label: I Am Them Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Pumpkin Eater; Song For You; Embryonic Journey . . .For Frank KImbrough; Codivity; Borealis; Street Fair: Then Step In.

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Article: Album Review

Lamb Anderson Sorgen: First Mile

Read "First Mile" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


You can discredit the human imagination for any number of horrendous things. But when used right, things like First Mile happen. Some odd quirk in the continuum comes along and you find three far-travelled veterans, namely pianist Chuck Lamb (Dry Jack, Brubeck Brothers), drummer Harvey Sorgen (Hot Tuna, Anthony Braxton, Paul Simon, {[Bill Frisell}}) and bassist ...

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Article: Album Review

Brubeck Brothers Quartet: Timeline

Read "Timeline" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong and Dizzy Gillespie had gone before him as Eisenhower's jazz ambassadors for America, when pianist Dave Brubeck--along with his sizzling quartet comprising alto saxophonist, Paul Desmond, drummer Joe Morello and bassist Eugene White--set out on their 1958 State Department-sponsored tour. The group gave around 80 official performances across 14 countries, taking in ...

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News: Recording

The Brubeck Brothers Quartet Releases "Timeline," Celebrating Dave Brubeck's Historic 1958 State Dept. Tour

The Brubeck Brothers Quartet Releases "Timeline," Celebrating Dave Brubeck's Historic 1958 State Dept. Tour

Chris Brubeck and Dan Brubeck are extensions of a remarkable jazz legacy. Although they toured and recorded with their father extensively, the immensely popular and influential jazz innovator Dave Brubeck, Chris and Dan have forged their own musical identities. Bassist and trombonist Chris and drummer Dan have previously released four albums with their band Brubeck Brothers ...

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Article: Album Review

Brubeck Brothers Quartet: Timeline

Read "Timeline" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger


This album by the Brubeck Brothers--led by Chris and Dan Brubeck, sons of legendary pianist Dave Brubeck--commemorates the 60th anniversary of “President Eisenhower's Special International Program for Cultural Presentations," the 1958 State department tour in which prominent jazz musicians traveled to 14 countries to give 80 concerts in 90 days. This grueling schedule was endured by ...

Album

North by Northeast

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016
Track listing: North by Northeast; Mystro; Gazebo; Raggity Waltz; Pea Pod in Paradise; For No One; Dorothy's Song; Crossing the Border; Piano Improv.

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Article: Live Review

Brubeck Brothers Quartet at Arizona Musicfest

Read "Brubeck Brothers Quartet at Arizona Musicfest" reviewed by Patricia Myers


Brubeck Brothers Quartet Arizona Musicfest Highlands Church Scottsdale, Arizona February 7, 2014 Those Brubeck boys really nailed it at Arizona Musicfest, performing a concert-with-commentary tribute that traced their famed father's six-decade career. Dave Brubeck's musical and personal history was celebrated by trombonist-bassist Chris Brubeck and drummer Dan Brubeck, playing his ...

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Article: Live Review

Brubeck Brothers Quartet: at Filoli Estate

Read "Brubeck Brothers Quartet: at Filoli Estate" reviewed by Bill Leikam


Brubeck Brothers QuartetFiloli EstateWoodside, CaliforniaAugust 23, 2013Six hundred fifty people streamed onto what had years before been a tennis court converted into an outdoor concert setting at the early 20th Century Filoli Estate, just south of San Francisco, California. Add to that the 50 volunteers and there were 700 people listening ...

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Article: Album Review

The Brubeck Brothers Quartet: LifeTimes

Read "LifeTimes" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Jazz has proven, time and time again, that the bonds of family feed the creative soul. Everybody from the Jones brothers and the Marsalis family to the 3 Cohens have found satisfaction in the connection that comes with blood and blues, DNA and musical dynamism, and kinship of the artistic and literal varieties; The Brubeck Brothers ...


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