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Steve Klink

American piano player Steve Klink has recorded with Gregory Hutchinson ("Blue Suit" - ACT Music), performed with Jeff Hamilton and Dick Oates and has sold over 20,000 CDs worldwide. After studying at the New England Conservatory in Boston with Fred Hersch, Kenny Werner, Jimmy Guiffre, George Russell, Stanley Cowell and Jim McNeely, Steve had his first successful tours in Europe (Neuburg Birdland, Schloss Elmau, Quasimodo Berlin, Fabrik Hamburg, Radio + TV recording WDR, NDR, BR, “Wir Jazz-Wunderkinder!”) when his CD “Feels Like Home” (minor music) became one of the most popular sold jazz CDs in Germany. After writing over 20 big band arrangements for Big Band RTV Slovenia, Steve is starting to tour again around Europe with his new trio consisting of bass player Volker Heinze (Kenny Wheeler, Wolfgang Engstfeld, Lew Soloff, Gunter Hampel, Charlie Mariano) and drummer Marcus Rieck (Benjamin Schaefer Trio, John Marshall, Johannes Enders, Silvia Droste, Lyambiko, Ulita Knaus). The Steve Klink Trio was one of six acoustic piano trios chosen Europe-wide to compete in the BMW World Jazz Award: "The Art of Trio". Steve is currently working on a new big band CD (“Love You Madly” feat

Searching the Blue

Label: DMG
Released: 2009

Searching The Blue

Label: hat ART
Released: 2007


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