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Nate Birkey

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Current Nate lives in New York City and has been working with some of the area’s finest musicians. His current quintet includes pianist Jim Ridl; saxophonist Sal Giorgianni; drummer Marko Marcinko; and bassist Tony Marino. Nate recorded two albums in 2008 (Almost Home and Christmas) ��" his 7th and 8th as a leader, and has a loyal and growing fan base across the United States, Canada and Europe. As a studio musician Nate has appeared on over sixty different recordings, and has performed with among others, pianists Roger Kellaway, Gerald Clayton, Mark Soskin, Doug Carn and Steve Rudolph; saxophonists Phil Woods and Dave Liebman, drummers Bill Goodwin, Ignacio Berroa, and Mike Clark; and bassists Francoise Moutin and David Piltch

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Article: Live Review

Jim Ridl: Solo Piano Livestream

Read "Jim Ridl: Solo Piano Livestream" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


Jim Ridl: Solo Piano Global Music Foundation Online Concert Series Broadcast Live on ZOOM July 12, 2020 This hour-long Zoom-cast featuring Jim Ridl on solo piano in his home proved to be especially gratifying for a number of reasons. First and foremost, Ridl delivered a set that was ...

Album

Rome

Label: Household Ink Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Adriatica (Birkey): You Go to My Head (Coots); Estaté (B. Martino); Cinema Paradiso (Morricone); Our Spanish Love Song (Haden); How I Find You (Birkey); Windmills of Your Mind (Legrand); Let’s Get Lost (McHugh/Loesser); Roma di Notte (Birkey); Enea (Birkey); Bianca (S. Deida).

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Article: Album Review

Nate Birkey: Rome

Read "Rome" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


With this listenable and relaxed album, trumpeter Nate Birkey joins with four excellent musicians he hooked up with while playing in Italy to deliver a set of mostly ballads in his signature style with introspective improvising, empathic warmth, and minimal vibrato. His playing here is reminiscent of Bix Beiderbecke, one of Chet Baker's formative influences. The ...

Album

Nate Birkey: Just a Closer Walk

Label: Household Ink Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Cristo Redentor; What a Friend We Have In Jesus; And Can It Be; His Eye Is On The Sparrow; If Thou But Suffer God To Guide Thee; O Sacred Head Now Wounded; Just A Closer Walk With Thee; Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus The Deacon; Soon Ah Will Be Done.

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Article: Extended Analysis

Nate Birkey: Just a Closer Walk

Read "Nate Birkey: Just a Closer Walk" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


Nate Birkey is a fine New York-based trumpeter who traveled a biographical route from childhood in Colorado to Boston's Berklee School of Music, then to various parts of the West Coast, living and working in the Los Angeles area for a while, and finally settling into the big-time jazz scene in NYC a few years ago. ...

Album

Almost Home

Label: Household Ink Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Bianca; All Of You; Falling; Almost Home; I'm Falling In Love Again; The Promise; Little Boy Lost; Tuesdays On The Ridge; Sing To Me; Theme from Cinema Paradiso.

Album

Christmas

Label: Household Ink Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Silent Night; O Tannenbaum; Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas; We Three Kings; Christmas Time is Here; What Are You Doing New Year

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Article: Album Review

Nate Birkey: Christmas

Read "Christmas" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


This may be the most laid back Christmas album ever. The more typical holiday records bring to mind sleigh-bells, snowmen, parties, families, caroling, mistletoe, chestnuts on an open fire, and fond memories of past holidays. What comes to mind in connection with Nate Birkey: Christmas are dry martinis, The New Yorker magazine, twilights by the ocean, ...


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