Thomas R. Erdmann

Thomas R. Erdmann

To say vocalist/pianist and Cleveland native, now New York transplant, Tom Lellis is significantly influenced by Mark Murphy would perhaps be the understatement of the mont…
Grammy nominee and winner of the 1989 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Piano Award, pianist Bill Cunliffe’s latest recorded project is a collection of his own arrangement…
This album of breezy and light jazz features trombonist/teacher/chef/restaurant-owner Eric Trapp in partnership with renown Polish guitarist Jarek Smietana. Of the two, Smi…
30-year old Israeli pianist Gilad Barkan began his studies at the Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music before moving to the United States to earn a degree at the Ber…
There are rare too few piano trios where the musicians play with the unbridled joy and happiness in the simple fact they make their music together. A situation where you ca…
Guitarists John Basile and John Abercrombie have so many similarities it's amazing they haven't recorded a duo album before (the work Basile did with Abercrombie on the …
Saxophonist James McBride is most widely known as an author. The memoir of his childhood, The Color of Water, won the 1997 Anisfield-Wolf Book Award for Literary Exc…
New York born saxophonist George Brooks has studied with noted saxophonist/arranger Frank Foster and at the New England Conservatory of Music where he studied with saxop…
Masque is a Christian soul/R&B/jazz, mostly instrumentally oriented group from Chicago whose purpose is to spread God’s love to all people through music. Their music is …
There’s always a problem when dealing with mixed media. When combined, everything usually makes sense. When, however, the individual media components are viewed separately …