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Roger Kellaway Trio with special guest Stefon Harris At the Jazz Standard May 25-28 / Live Interview w/Michael Bourne-WBGO Mon., May 22 at 2PM

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Live Interview w/Michael Bourne-WBGO Mon., May 22 at 2PM
88.3FM www.WBGO.org May 25-28 Roger Kellaway Trio with special guest Stefon Harris
Roger Kellaway - piano
Russell Malone - guitar
Jay Leonhart - bass
Stefon Harris - vibraphone At the
Jazz Standard
116 East 27th Street
(btw. Park and Lex.)
212-576-2232
http://www.jazzstandard.net
Music charge: $25 / $30 Friday & Saturday
Sets at 7:30 & 9:30PM
Fri. & Sat. Third Set at 11:30 PM

A virtuosic pianist possessed of phenomenal technique, Roger Kellaway's formidable jazz talents were long ob-scured by his commercial work, including a stint as Bobby Darin's musical director and countless studio dates (that's Kellaway at the keys on theme of television's “All in the Family"). Not until the mid-Eighties did he begin playing jazz nearly full-time, recording a series of acclaimed albums for such labels as Concord, Chiaroscuro and IPO Records. In 2005, Roger released his second Darin tribute disc, the solo-piano I Was There. In The Washington Post, Terry Teachout called Roger Kellaway “the quintessential musician's musician." Blue Note recording artist Stefon Harris--whose new album African Tarantella is due in Fall 2006--will join the Kellaway trio on vibraphone for this special Jazz Standard engagement.

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