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From Trad to Bop and...

Barney McAll
Page added Jan 11, 2013 Updated Jan 18, 2013

Previously unissued tracks by Thomas Chapin and Ben Webster with the Stan Tracey Trio, and Barney McAll returns to play in Australia

Among the artists featured on this program presented by Gerry Koster are Earl Hines, Billy Kyle, Paul Barbarin, Sidney Bechet, Flip Phillips, Ruby Braff, Jimmy Knepper, the Thad Jones-Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra and the Paul Bley Trio.

We'll revisit previously unissued concert recordings by Thomas Chapin and Ben Webster with the Stan Tracey Trio, recently released on CD - and hear from albums by the Bernie McGann Trio with Sandy Evans, Tomasz Stanko, the Johannes Luebbers Dectet, and the Melbourne-born, New York-based pianist Barney McAll, who is soon to return home for a series of concerts.

See the complete playlist here.

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Jan 12, 2013. 5:05pm - 7:00pm

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Artist Biography


Barney McAll (born Melbourne, Australia, 1966) is a jazz pianist and composer. Barney McAll moved to New York City from Australia in 1997 to join saxophonist Gary Bartz's band. As well as remaining to be a member of the Gary Bartz quartet, he also plays with the Josh Roseman Unit, Fred Wesley and the JB's, Groove Collective, and Kurt Rosenwinkel's "Heartcore". He completed a Bachelor of Music at...

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