HERE ARE THE TWELVE ALBUMS THAT SHOULD BE ON EVERYONE’S DEVICES
THE DAVID BERKMAN SEXTET - album: SIX OF ONE
TUCKER BROTHERS - album: TWO PARTS
GARZONE · ERSKINE · PASQUA · OLES - album: “3 NIGHTS IN L.A.”
CHARLIE DENNARD - album: DEEP BLUE
MIKE HOLOBER & THE GOTHAM JAZZ ORCHESTRA - album: HIDING OUT
JOEL ROSS album: KINGMAKER
DAN ARCAMONE - album: PSALM
AIMEE NOLTE - album: LOOKING FOR THE ANSWERS
“A simply wonderful album … with teeth!”
JOHNATHAN BLAKE - album: TRION
KENNY WERNER album: THE SPACE
BRANFORD MARSALIS QUARTET - album: THE SECRET BETWEEN THE SHADOW AND THE SOUL
ANTHONY BRAXTON - album: “QUARTET (New Haven) 2014”
Hang out with me while I talk about my favorite Stevie Wonder song, Overjoyed.
I go through staff paper fast! I’ve never found a notebook I like as much as this one, so I’ve partnered with themusiciansnotebook.com to customize a book to meet all of my needs. It’s the perfect notebook for writing, teaching, and taking to rehearsal! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
It's been a while since I've talked about my 3rd oldest, Charlie. He's been busy making beautiful music and I want to tell you all about it.
Hang out with me while I talk and sing about my favorite Donald Fagen song, Maxine. Pick up the Aimee Nolte Music notebook here: https://www.themusiciansnotebook.com/collaborations/aimee-nolte
Hang out with me while I talk about my favorite song by my favorite band, U2.
Oct 18-19, Nicki Parrott and I headlined at The Jazz Corner in Hilton Head, SC with Justin Varnes (drums) and Taylor Roberts (guitar). We had a marvelous time together and hope you enjoy watching little glimpses of our weekend.
Cool Autumn breezes carried two sophisticated ladies to the Carolinas. Pianist and singer Aimée Nolte from Los Angeles invited her friend from Connecticut, Nicki Parrott to sing and play bass together with her. They were joined on the stage by Taylor Roberts, playing his 7-string Benedetto guitar, which was handbuilt in nearby Savannah. On his Gretsch drum kit, made in Ridgeland, SC perhaps fifteen miles away from Hilton Head Island, was Justin Varnes, in town to play another in his "Classical meets Jazz" series of concerts.