Katie Bull @ 55bar Thursday, November 1st 7PM


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Thursday, November 1st, 7pm, 55 BAR - CD Release Night
katie bull - vocals
frank kimbrough - piano
martin wind - bass
harvey sorgen -drums
jeff lederer - saxophone

Sat & Sunday Nov. 3 & 4th- “Sitting-In" with Canadian piano player Dave Haney.

There will be more CD/DVD release events this winter, including the full band, a multi- media event with DVD viewing, the full DVD company of performers dancing, and an installation of the original album art by Robert Lemon


Katie Bull The Story So Far Corn Hill Indie 1004 Street Date November 1, 2007 Katie Bull, vocals, Frank Kimbrough, piano, Michael Jefry Stevens, piano, Joe Fonda, bass Matt Wilson, drums, Harvey Sorgen, drums, Jeff Lederer, Saxophones, David CasT, Saxophones, David Phelps, guitar

What The Media Has To Say About The Story So Far

This young vocalist from Soho sent her CD my way for review, and my-o-my has she got it goin' on. Entitled “The Story So Far" Ms. Bull stretches out in both her vocalese and her subjective estimation of life on this planet...so far. Ten of the 13 cuts are (refreshingly) originals...two are perfect for those of you who have a Halloween show planned (listen to “Which?" or is it “Witch?"). And then there is “Wake Up Time" that will fit the programming for the war (or anti-war) show that one of you is putting together. In my subjective estimation, her rendition of “Twisted" is the best in this era in jazz.

Being from the Left Coast, I don't know her musicians, but they are stellar, and they too stretch out quite vividly. This is outr jazz that is still quite playable on-air. It is refreshing to witness such a young talent embrace the art form in its truest sense. Like a well put together radio show, this is one of those CDs where you keep listening to hear what she's going to do next. There is a fun, if not silly, DVD included with the release that reflects just how young this songbird is...if anything, it is fun to watch Katie and her posse storm the streets of lower Manhattan in a bit of Medieval madness. My next visit to the City will include a search for Katie Bull chant dans l'excution. --Michelle Mobley CD Review posted on the JPL list

“Bull is practically reinventing the vocal wheel..." --George Harris, All About Jazz

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