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Romain Pilon

Romain Pilon grew up in France and started to play the guitar at the age of 10 inspired by AC/DC's lead guitarist, Angus Young. Romain studied with various private teachers in his hometown before entering the Jazz Conservatory of Chambery in 1997. After auditionning for the famous Berklee College of Music, he was awarded a scholarship and moved to Boston for 4 years where he studied with world class musicians including Mick Goodrick, Hal Crook, Dave Santoro, Joe Lovano and Peter Bernstein. During his studies Romain was presented with 3 Berklee College music awards and in 2002 his quartet opened for Pat Metheny, representing the entire school guitar department of over 1000 students

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Song of A Solitary Crow

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Label: Ridgeway Records
Released: 2019
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Between Two Worlds

Label: Ridgeway Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Sucre; Song of a Solitary Crow; En Trois Temps; Generation; Nostalgic Farewell; Listen Up; Madrid; Lost and Found; Between Two Worlds; Azur.

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Three Guitarists: Michael Musillami, Kristen Bromley, and Romain Pilon

Read "Three Guitarists: Michael Musillami, Kristen Bromley, and Romain Pilon" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

The more adventurous and abstract forms of jazz guitar get a lot of attention these days, but these three releases prove that mainstream guitar players still have a lot to say. Kristen R. Bromley Trio Simply Miraculous Self-produced 2019 Perhaps the most amazing thing about this CD is ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jeff Denson, Romain Pilon, Brian Blade: Between Two Worlds

Read "Between Two Worlds" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann

American bassist Jeff Denson and French guitarist Romain Pilon not only became professional acquaintances, but also great friends, when they began their studies at the much-revered Boston Berklee College of Music at the end of the last century. On Between Two Worlds the two celebrate their twenty years of on-and-off collaborating, with leading drum wizard Brian ...

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Malta Jazz Festival 2017

Read "Malta Jazz Festival 2017" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Malta Jazz Festival 2017 La Valletta -Malta Varie Sedi 20-22.07.2017 Giunto alla 27ma edizione, il Malta Jazz Festival è uno dei più longevi appuntamenti europei di musica afro-americana, particolarmente suggestivo per il connubio tra la bellezza dei luoghi e l'alto livello di programmazione. Anche quest'anno le scelte del direttore artistico ...

Colorfield

Label: Whirlwind Recordings
Released: 2013
Track listing: Acceptance; Twombly; Man On A Wire; Three On Seven; Lonely Woman; Colorfield; You; 7th Hour.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Romain Pilon: Colorfield

Read "Colorfield" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

French guitarist Romain Pilon might have been inspired in his early years by AC/DC's Angus Young, but he's clearly taking his cues from much calmer influences on Colorfield. Pilon is accompanied by tenor saxophonist Walter Smith III, double bassist (and Whirlwind Records owner) Michael Janisch and drummer Jamire Williams on this atmospheric collection. Colorfield ...

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Take Five With Yvonnick Prene

Read "Take Five With Yvonnick Prene" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Meet Yvonnick Prene:Yvonnick is a freelance chromatic harmonica player based in New York. Since 2007 Yvonnick has obtained a Master degree in music from Sorbonne Paris IV University, recorded and performed around the world with internationally acclaimed artist such as Alexandre Tassel, Laurent de Wilde, Manu Katche, Romain Pilon, Art Hirahara, Dan Aran, Itai ...


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