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NEWS: OBITUARY

Prolific Austin composer, first call pianist Rich Harney dies suddenly at 66

Prolific Austin composer, first call pianist Rich Harney dies suddenly at 66

jny: Austin is mourning the loss of one of its finest and most beloved musicians, pianist Rich Harney. Harney passed away on January 5, 2020, just before a Sunday night trio gig at The Elephant Room. Born in Champaign, Illinois, Harney was a prolific composer first inspired by the recordings of Oscar Peterson. Influences include Thelonious ...

Suzi Stern: Romancing the Dark

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2014
Track listing: Firefly; Romancing the Dark; Sounds Are Louder in the Dark; Hymn; Air; Tango for Tina; Sleepwalking Girl; Deeper Quiet; Moth; Haunted Heart; Snow Explorers.

Suzi Stern: Romancing the Dark

Read "Suzi Stern: Romancing the Dark" reviewed by Geannine Reid

When a jazz singer is able to combine skills as a poet, composer, arranger and singer, what type of music is the result? Folk/Jazz/World; but of course! That is the underlying theme throughout Suzi Stern's CD, Romancing the Dark. The Austin based singer has a diverse history of collaborations, working with artist such as: Joe Henderson, ...

NEWS: EVENT

Casa Karen Hosts Gato 6 on Nov. 17th!

Jazz Vocalist Suzi Stern and her partner pianist George Oldziey have been producing amazing jazz concerts for the past two years in central Austin at Casa Karen. Eddie Gomez, Ed Soph, Stefan Karlsson, Alex Sipiagin, Donald Edwards, Rich Harney, Elias Hasslanger, Peter Stoltzman, David Amram, Peggy Stern the list goes on and on. This month Oldziey ...


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