The Lynne Arriale Trio @ Birdland in Celebration of Come Together


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The Lynne Arriale Trio
In Celebration of Her Upcoming Motema Music Release
Come Together

appearing at
Friday-Saturday, September 3rd & 4th, 2004
9pm / 11pm
featuring Lynne Arriale (piano); Jay Anderson (bass); Steve Davis (drums)

“...no American pianist has made quite as strong an impression over the past five years as Lynne Arriale." ~New York Times

Come Together (Motema, 9.14.04), features 6 compelling originals, plus 3 signature arrangements of the Beatles' “Come Together", the pop/bayou favorite “Iko, Iko", and the classic Scottish ballad “Red Is The Rose". COME TOGETHER is the follow up to Lynne's critically acclaimed CD, ARISE, which hit #1 at jazz radio, #17 on the Billboard Jazz chart, and topped the “Best Of" lists in the New Yorker, UPI, and The Economist.

Beginning this October, the Trio will be seen on public television in the Royal Stewart Entertainment series “Profile Of A Performing Artist", which will air on PBS member stations nationwide during the 2004-2005 television season. Arriale will also be featured on NPR's “Piano Jazz with Marian McPartland" and NPR's “Jazz Piano Christmas: Live at Kennedy Center".

The Lynne Arriale Trio has played to standing room only crowds at the prestigious Spoleto Arts Festival, NYC's Jazz Standard and The Santa Fe Jazz Festival and Irelands' Cork Jazz Festival, in conjunction with a sellout international tour.

Birdland is located at:
315 West 44th Street

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