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Michael Wolff to Record Live CD with Mark Isham, Mike Clark, John B. Williams; Dan Wallin to Engineer

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Michael Wolff to Record Live Album with Mark Isham, Mike Clark and John B. Williams at Vitello's in Studio City, August 30th & 31st

Legendary Dan Wallin to be Live Engineer; Varied Material on Wolff CD to Include “Many Tunes Identified with Miles Davis"

KCRW: “Wolff is a pianistic treasure...a virtuoso musician"

Acclaimed jazz pianist Michael Wolff will record a live album at Vitello's in Studio City, California on August 30th and 31st. Wolff will be joined by the world-famous Mark Isham on trumpet, the legendary Mike Clark on drums, and by long-time band-mate John B. Williams on bass. The upcoming album will feature a varied selection of material, but Wolff confirms that many of the tunes are “identified with Miles Davis."

The live engineer for the recording will be the ageless Dan Wallin, a defining figure in the music and film industries, whose body of work and longevity is extraordinary. \

As for Mark Isham, along with achievements of Grammy, Emmy, and Clio awards, he has also received Academy, Grammy and Golden Globe nominations, and most recently received the ASCAP Henry Mancini award for Lifetime Achievement.

MICHAEL WOLFF AT VITELLO'S—LIVE ALBUM RECORDING
AUGUST 30TH AND 31ST
Vitello's Jazz & Supper Club
4349 Tujunga Ave., Studio city, CA 91604
Tel: (818) 769-0905
Two sets starting at 8pm

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