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Paul Tynan

The International Trumpet Guild has stated that Downbeat award winning trumpet player and composer, Paul Tynan’s “Creative Genius Shines”. Paul is presently an Associate Professor of music at St. Francis Xavier University where he teaches jazz trumpet, jazz history, and arranging. He also co-leads the “BiCoastal Collective”, with Grammy winning saxophonist Aaron Lington. The ensemble is dedicated to performing new jazz composition across North America. Paul has released ten recordings as a leader/co-leader on the Origin/OA2, Armored, and NohJoh labels. Paul has also served on the faculties of San Jose State University, Chabot College, Nova Scotia Honor Jazz Program, and University of North Texas Summer Trumpet Workshop and is a past co-director of the Acadia Summer Jazz Workshop

quARTet

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: More Than Just A Single Road; It's All We Have To Offer; Swirl; What We've Left Behind; Low Brow; Everything I Have.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Paul Tynan: quARTet

Read "quARTet" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Trumpeter Paul Tynan's offering for 2019 is entitled quARTtet, emphasis on the capitalization of the embedded word “art." Jazz recordings have a long history of pairing up with the visual arts, especially in the realm of album and CD cover images: The paintings on Charles Mingus' Mingus Ah Um (Columbia, 1959); all of pianist ...

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I Remember Every Day

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Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2017
Duration: 8:11

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Paul Tynan & Aaron Lington Bicoastal Collective: Chapter Five

Read "Chapter Five" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Chapter Five is the fifth recording by Paul Tynan / Aaron Lington's Bicoastal Collective, which derives its name from the fact that trumpeter Tynan lives in Nova Scotia, saxophonist Lington in San Jose, CA. What sets this CD apart from the others is that the Collective has morphed from a smaller version to a full-fledged eighteen- ...

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"Chapter Five," Fifth Album By The Paul Tynan & Aaron Lington Bicoastal Collective, Due May 19 From Oa2 Records

"Chapter Five," Fifth Album By The Paul Tynan & Aaron Lington Bicoastal Collective, Due May 19 From Oa2 Records

Since joining forces in 2008 as the Bicoastal Collective, trumpeter Paul Tynan and baritone saxophonist Aaron Lington have recorded a series of outstanding albums ranging in instrumentation from tentet to quintet to sextet to a quintet featuring a Hammond B-3 organist. Chapter Five, their fifth album and the first with a full 18-piece big band, adds ...

Take Five with Josh Hanlon

Read "Take Five with Josh Hanlon" reviewed by Josh Hanlon

About Josh Hanlon Josh Hanlon's love of music has spanned five continents. He has played piano with luminaries of country music, musical theatre and film, and almost every other genre, but he is first and foremost driven by a love of jazz. He has two albums to his credit as a leader and several ...

Bicoastal Collective: Chapter 4

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: 1. Un Petit PEU de Gras 8:28 2. Nostalgic 9:55 3. L's Groove 8:21 4. Woodside 9:56 5. Lower Sackville Blues 6:49 6. Pipe Down 8:43 7. Metaphor 5:44

Autumn Song

Label: Armored Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: 1. Abscissin 1 (1:16) 2. Autumn Song (4:42) 3. Tried (4:44) 4. Abscissin 2 (1:30) 5. Between (2:59) 6. Abscissin 3 (1:20) 7. Waltz for my Sister (3:26) 8. Abscissin 4 (1:32) 9. The Night We Called it a Day (3:11) 10. Abscissin 5 (2:31) 11. Wood Note (5:22)


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