Hilary Gardner and Ehud Asherie have a new release out called “The Late Set’ and we were treated to a lovely afternoon performance at our studios in Seattle. The two met while both studying classical music together in Brooklyn, NY and quickly transitioned to jazz while playing the after hours set at Mezzrow Jazz Club in Greenwich Village. Those late night performances were the impetus for this new release. They kicked off their performance with the 1930’s song ‘Sweet And Slow’ by Harry Warren.
The effervescent Bria Skonberg came by with a top notch group and wowed us with a fun set of music, laughter and fun. Mathis Picard (new Julliard graduate) backed on piano, Eric Wheeler played upright bass, Elizabeth Goodfellow (with whom Skonberg had a band named “Mighty Aphrodite”) charged drums and percussion and Steve Treseler (who met and jammed with Skonberg in Seattle over a decade ago) filled out the group on reeds.
322 brought their youthful energy and exuberance back to the KNKX studios this month with an electrifying set of neo-instrumental jazz. Their new CD is out September 8th and it’s loaded with originals. Although the group is grounded in classic jazz they are widely influenced by music ranging from progressive rock to hip hop. The group works collaboratively in songwriting and that can be heard in the tight harmonics between sax and guitar.
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