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Nashville session drummer Brian Czach (pronounced "Zack") is currently playing sessions and live shows around Music City. Czach has devoted his life to being as creative and versatile anyone with a pair of sticks could hope to be. Born in Schenectady NY, he has experience playing in every imaginable musical setting, from live shows, film & TV scores, artist sessions, tours, dance bands, and live theater, Brian’s musical experience is vastly extensive. With a BA in percussion performance from Ithaca College (’98), Brian moved to New York City in 2001, where he toured internationally and played nearly every major jazz club in the USA (including Birdland & Blue Note) with Tony DeSare and recorded 3 records (Telarc Records)
International jazz artists of high acclaim are touring with a new classic style and atwist of classic pop. New generations are rediscovering and loving the romance of jazz DejaNu is bringing festivals, theaters, and clubs a new audience. The audiences who love the classics are also hearing the amazing talents of Jennifer Bruce and her jazz quartet as they brilliantly weave the classic songbook with a new spin of songs originally recorded in the pop style but with the right twist. They have given songs written by such acclaimed artists as Paul Simon, Carol King, Stevie Wonder, Burt Bachrach, Hall and Oats and the Everly Brothers new life and have audiences turning their heads and returning each time they have an opportunity to hear the New American Songbook. Jennifer Bruce, the power behind the microphone, is a multi-talented song stylist who has the chops to cover the great tunes of all time and embraces some new tunes and before you know it, the old and the new songs are seen as the New Jazz Book
By Brian Groder
Track listing: 01. Landfall - 9:19; 02. Only the Now - 7:14; 03. Separate Being - 9:47; 04. Amulet - 6:16; 05. Cryptic Means - 8:09; 06. Night - 10:29; 07. Hey Pithy, Can You Thropt the Erectus? (B. Greene) - 7:51; 08. Surmised Wink - 6:14; 09. Sleepwalker - 7:53.
by AAJ Italy Staff
Il genere free prospera, che sia grazie alle ristampe della ESP o, come in questo caso, grazie a musicisti delle nuove generazioni che decidono di chiamare un veterano come il pianista Burton Greene a partecipare ad una registrazione che non può che deliziare chi segue questo genere. Brian Groder, che nel 2007 aveva avuto successo presso ...