Peter Bernstein, Larry Goldings, & Bill Stewart Trio

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Three celebrated figures in current jazz unite in a classic configuration. This organ trio has been recognized for charting new ground in the style, with synergistic playing and hard-swinging yet thoughtful music.

Jazz guitarist Peter Bernstein has been a part of the jazz scene in New York and abroad since 1989. During that time he has participated in over 80 recordings and numerous festival, concert and club performances with musicians from all generations. As a leader, Peter has released nine albums and a DVD, Live at Smoke. Peter has enjoyed a long association with legendary drummer Jimmy Cobb, and from 1995 through 1997, Peter was a member of Joshua Redman’s band. He played with Diana Krall’s quartet from 1999 through 2001. Peter has appeared in groups led by Nicholas Payton, Sonny Rollins, Lee Konitz, Tom Harrell, Dr. Lonnie Smith, and Eric Alexander.

Larry Goldings is a Grammy-nominated pianist, keyboardist, composer, and songwriter. Goldings’ talents have been sought-after by an impressive range of musicians including James Taylor, Norah Jones, John Mayer, Madeleine Peyroux, Melody Gardot, Tracy Chapman, Rickie Lee Jones, Charlie Haden, Steve Gadd, Herbie Hancock, Sia, Christina Aguilera, Elton John, and Leon Russell. Larry has recorded 18 albums as a leader, hundreds more as a sideman, and has collaborated on a long-term basis with Maceo Parker, Jim Hall, Michael Brecker, and John Scofield. Goldings has been recording and touring with iconic singer-songwriter James Taylor since 2001.

Bill Stewart is a versatile drummer who has performed with a broad array of musicians, from Maceo Parker to John Scofield and Jim Hall. He is also an active composer, whose tunes appear on his and others’ records. Known for his long-standing role in John Scofield’s quartet, he has also worked extensively with Joe Lovano, James Brown, Lee Konitz, Michael Brecker, and Pat Metheny.
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