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Vibraphonist Tim Collins Interviewed at All About Jazz!


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Tim Collins
Tim Collins likes to mix it up. It starts at home; the vibraphonist is married to a successful concert violinist and is intimately connected to the world of classical music. Recording with pianist Matthias Bublath, Collins has also worked with guitarist Charlie Hunter, who produced his second album, mixing rock, jazz, and string quartets. He seeks melodies and inspiration without regard to genre, covering songs by artists a disparate as Tom Petty and Björk on Castles and Hilltops (Nineteen-Eight Records, 2011), his most recent recording.

In the two short years since he's resettled in Munich from New York, after a short stay in Salzburg, Collins has learned German, landed teaching jobs at the Bavarian International School and the New Jazz School of Munich, released Castles and Hilltops, and taken his place alongside Matthias Bublath, Martin Scales, Ulrich Wangenheim, Tom Reinbrecht, and Christoph Holzhauser as a driving force on the Munich jazz scene.

Alan Bryson spoke with Collins about Castles and Hilltops, the European scene and the evolution of his career, working with artists including Charlie Hunter, Ingrid Jensen and Aaron Parks. Read about all this and more in Alan's in-depth interview, Tim Collins: Mixing It Up, published today at All About Jazz.

You can also download “Pond," a complete track from Castles and Hilltops, featured as Today's Free MP3.

All About Jazz is committed to bringing you the most extensive coverage surround new releases, so be sure to check out all the buzz surrounding Tim Collins and Castles and Hilltops at AAJ today!

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