Support All About Jazz All About Jazz needs your help and we have a deal. For $20, we'll hide those pesky Google ads that appear on every page, plus this box and the slideout box on the right for a full year!

I want to help

Brian Lynch at Tula's This Weekend


Sign in to view read count
Brian Lynch
New York trumpeter Brian Lynch will be in Seattle this weekend performing for two night and in two different formats at Tulas Jazz Club.

Saturday, May 8 - Brian Lynch Quartet

featuring Marc Seales (piano), Jeff Johnson (bass) and Matt Jorgensen (drums)

Sunday, May 9 - guest soloist with The Jim Cutler Orchestra

2214 2nd Ave


Call 206-443-4421 for reservations and showtimes

This is the end of the century, and a lot of music has gone down, Brian Lynch said several years ago. I think that to be a straight-ahead jazz musician now means drawing on a wider variety of things than 30 or 40 years ago. Not to play a little bit of this or a little bit of that, but to blend everything together into something that sounds good. It doesnt sound like pastiche or shifting styles; its people with a lot of knowledge.

Few musicians embody this 21st century credo as profoundly as the 48-year-old trumpet master. A respected insider within both the hardcore bebop and Latin communities, hes as comfortable negotiating the complexities of clave with Afro-Caribbean pioneer Eddie Palmieri as swinging through advanced harmony with bebop maestro Phil Woods. Hes worked in recent years with Buena Vista Social Club alumnus Barbarito Torres, dance remixer Joe Clausell, and the members of the influential Latin alternative group Yerba Buena. He arranges for Japanese pop star Mika Nakashima and producer Shinichi Osawa, has written string charts for Phil Woods, and has played with such pop luminaries as Maxwell, Prince, and Sheila E.

Continue Reading...

This story appears courtesy of Seattle Jazz Scene.
Copyright © 2016. All rights reserved.

Visit Website



Post a comment

comments powered by Disqus

All About Vince Guaraldi!

An exclusive opportunity for All About Jazz readers to participate in the celebration of a jazz legend.