I’ve been playing the piano since I was two years old. Seriously. Little kid classical music stuff. But some time between age two and age ten or so my mother gave up on the idea that I would one day be a concert pianist and just let me play the kind of music I liked. When I was in middle school I started playing piano in the school’s “Stage Band” and developed a great appreciation for jazz. I learned to love rock ‘n roll later, and funk and pop and R&B. Now I’ll play or listen to just about anything.
My most recent CD is called Still Playing at 33 1/3, a collection of jazz compositions to celebrate my 33 1/3 birthday. Some of the tracks were recorded live and some were recorded “in studio,” all with my friends Dan Miller (sax), Dan Fabricius (drums), and Jeff Guevin (bass).
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Click here to purchase a copy of Still Playing at 33 1/3.