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The Eddie Palmieri –
Brian Lynch Jazz Quartet

Latin Jazz

Click here to read our interview with Eddie Palmieri!

2/10 7:30 West Rail SOLD OUT!
2/11 7:30 West Rail SOLD OUT!


Nine time Grammy Award winning pianist Eddie Palmieri will be teaming up with Grammy Award winning trumpet player Brian Lynch to showcase their latest work, THE BRIAN LYNCH/EDDIE PALMIERI PROJECT. The act will showcase acclaimed trumpeter and composer with his longtime mentor, Palmieri. The show will feature original works by both artists, as well as collaborations, and recastings of classic Palmieri compositions.

The pairing’s first release, Simp├ítico, earned a Grammy nomination for Best Latin Jazz Album. Throughout the process, Palmieri and Lynch documented their creative process to allow listeners to have a look inside. Participants get to experience the creative process through audio and video clips, downloads, journal entries, sheet music, essays, rehearsals, and recordings. Lynch wanted fans to participate and do more than just purchase the CD. The record is being exclusively distributed through ArtistShare.

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“Simpatico presents the listener with a cascade of sound. Whether as an ensemble of the ensuing trades amongst Lynch’s trumpet, Conrad Herwig’s trombone, Greg Tardy’s tenor sax, and particularly, Palmieri’s piano, the tune celebrates with a torrent of rhythms and note-filled solos… it is a fine display of the talent of the ensemble and what is to come.” – Tim Gebhart, blogcritics.org

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