Tim Lyddon trio


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Contact info: Tim Lyddon 42 Diamond St. #16 Brooklyn, NY 11215 718 389-6496 [email protected]


The Tim Lyddon trio Appearing at the Cornelia St.Cafe Thursday,December 20, 2001 9 and 10:30 pm with bassist Tom Hubbard and drummer Eliot Zigmund

“Tim Lyddon is a pianist who plays with extraordinary drive, impressive chops, good definition and a spirit which spreads nicely" says Cadence jazz. His latest CD, Ive Traveled So Far (Essence Jazz 2001) has been called “The best jazz piano trio CD in recent years" by WBGO's Dan Karcher. Tim has performed with many great jazz artists including Sam Most, Dick Berk, Elliot Zigmund, Bill Watrous, Jeff Berlin, Kim Richmond, Tom Rainey, Scott Lee, Billy Mintz etc. “Ive Traveled So Far" is a wonderful example of a trio enjoying what they are performing and sharing that vision with the listening audience".- Jazz Review.com

“The pianist has a light touch that allows for a certain resonance, meaning that his lines-often little snippets of pure melody-are flecked with intrigue. - (Macnie) Village Voice

The performance features original pieces from the CD and standards, as well as a few new compositions. The trio recently did a live recording at WVIA (Pittston) to be aired in June. Upcoming interviews at WFDU and WSIA ( Jersey and Staten Island). Bassist Tom Hubbard has performed with Kenny Barron, Charlie Rouse and Dewey Redmond. He has performed and written arrangements for seven of Freddy Coles' CDs. Drummer Eliot Zigmund toured and recorded with pianist Bill Evans from 1975 to 1979. He also did the same with French pianist michel Petrucciani for 5 years. In addition to these major accomplishments, Eliot has worked and/or recorded with John Abercrombie, Jim Hall, Joe Lovano, Joe Henderson, Stan Getz, Pat Metheny and many others.

The shows are at 9pm and 10:30pm. There is a $7 cover charge and a $6 minimum. The Cornelia St. Cafe is located at 29 Cornelia St. (w.4th and Bleeker) Call the club at 212 989-9319 for more information.

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