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Rhythm Is My Business" is the title of his debut recording as a leader, and rhythm is a booming business as far as Lewis Nash is concerned. He is the drummer of choice for an incredible array of artists - from the masters of the music to the hottest young players of today - and is equally in demand as a clinician and educator. Born in Phoenix, Arizona, Lewis developed an early interest in music and began playing drums at age 10. By age 18, he was performing with local jazz groups. By the time he was 21, Nash had become the "first call" jazz drummer in Phoenix, working with Sonny Stitt, Art Pepper, Red Garland, Lee Konitz, Barney Kessell and Slide Hampton during their engagements in the city. In 1981, Nash moved to New York City and joined the trio of the great jazz vocalist Betty Carter

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Live at No Black Tie

Label: Jazznote Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: In Your Own Sweet Way; Just in Time; Prelude to a Kiss; Mode for Love (for James Moody); Josefina; Mount Olive (for Eldee Young & Redd Holt); Life Goes On; Monk in the Mountain; Watermelon Man.

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Bud Powell in the 21st Century

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Bud Powell in the 21st Century, part I: Choral; Bud Powell in the 21st Century, part II: Continuity; Celia; Tempus Fugit; Five Simple Spells: I. Chorale; Bouncing with Bud; Five Simple Spells: II. Waltz; Wail; Five Simple Spells: III. Chorale; Dance of the Infidels; Five Simple Spells: V. Moderato; 52nd Street Theme; Five Simple Spells: V. Ballad; I'll Keep Loving You; Nobile Paradiso; Un Poco Loco.

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Live At The Black Note

Label: Jazznote Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: In Your Own Sweet Way; Just in Time; Prelude to a Kiss; Mode for Love; Josefina; Mount Olive; Life Goes On; Monk in The Mountain; Watermelon Man.

Album

Live At No Black Tie

Label: Jazznote Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: In Your Own Sweet Way; Just in Time; Prelude to a Kiss; Mode for Love; Josefina; Mount Olive; Life Goes On; Monk in The Mountain; Watermelon Man.

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Article: Interview

Ulysses Owens: Big Band, Big Sound

Read "Ulysses Owens: Big Band, Big Sound" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke


Some jazz drummers, as remarkable as they may be and as successful as their careers are, just aren't suited to drive a big band. It's not for every percussionist. But every big band needs a good one or the effort will fall short. A ship needs a rudder. Ulysses Owens Jr., who started beating out rhythms ...

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Article: Interview

Jeremy Monteiro: No Black Tie Required

Read "Jeremy Monteiro: No Black Tie Required" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Jeremy Monteiro has been Singapore's unofficial jazz ambassador since the late 1970s, carving out a pioneering path around the world. The first South East Asian to perform at the Montreux Jazz Festival and the first S.E. Asian to record for the Verve label, Monteiro has made a habit of playing with the very best, from James ...

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Article: Album Review

Jeremy Monteiro: Live at No Black Tie

Read "Live at No Black Tie" reviewed by Pierre Giroux


Kuala Lumpur (capital of Malaysia) is not on the tip of everyone's tongue as a jazz audience or recording destination. However that might be under reconsideration with the release of Live At No Black Tie , a live trio session headed by Singapore pianist Jeremy Monteiro, accompanied by two American jazz notables, bassist Jay Anderson and ...

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Article: Album Review

Jeremy Monteiro, Jay Anderson, Lewis Nash: Live At No Black Tie

Read "Live At No Black Tie" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Forty-five albums in as many years represents remarkable consistency from pianist Jeremy Monteiro—Singapore's King of Swing. It is worth recounting that Monteiro has played with the likes of Charlie Haden, Benny Golson, Toots Thielemans, Cassandra Wilson, both Michael Brecker and Randy Brecker, James Moody, Eldee Young and, for over thirty years, with Ernie Watts. Oh yes, ...

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News: Recording

Singapore Pianist Jeremy Monteiro Teams With Jay Anderson And Lewis Nash For 'Live At No Black Tie'

Singapore Pianist Jeremy Monteiro Teams With Jay Anderson And Lewis Nash For 'Live At No Black Tie'

Pianist Jeremy Monteiro considers himself a very fortunate man. Renowned as one of the premier jazz pianists in Singapore, he is presently entering the 45th year of a career spanning concerts, education, and music administration. He has played and recorded with many of the world’s greatest jazz artists, including James Moody, Benny Golson, Michael Brecker, Bobby ...


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