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David Einhorn

Double bassist David Einhorn is best known for his recording “Strings Attached” with legendary multi-instrumentalist Ira Sullivan. He currently is a member of the Palm Beach Atlantic Symphony and tours and records with Haitian pianist Reginald Policard. He has performed with many well-known jazz and pop artists including Mark Murphy, Susana McCorkle, Johnny Hartman, Anita O’Day, Mose Allison, John Gary, Etta Jones, Ken Peplowski, Dick Morgan, Paquito d’Rivera, Kai Winding, Nat Adderly, John Hicks, Eddie Higgins, Hank Jones, Red Rodney, Doc Cheatham, Eddie Cleanhead Vinson, Ray Mantilla, and Al Grey.


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Ira Sullivan: The Lonely Revolutionary

Read "Ira Sullivan: The Lonely Revolutionary" reviewed by David Einhorn

A critic in jny: Chicago in September 2016 raved about multi-instrumentalist Ira Sullivan's performance at the Jazz Showcase but said that Ira “erred" in lecturing the audience not to applaud after solos. It sounded like the critic had never heard Ira perform live before, because saying he “erred" suggested that at a given moment Ira “misspoke" ...


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