Jacob Artved is the youngest of a very talented new generation of Danish jazz guitar players.
At the age of 20 he has already been a working musician for years, being introduced on the scene by Danish guitar legend Jacob Fischer at the age of 15. He was admitted to the Royal Academy of Music as the youngest student ever, but chose to drop out, move to New York and spent the long nights jamming instead.
On Friday February 7th Jacob Artved and his Quartet featuring Louis Hayes will release the first single entitled Nelia from the forthcoming album Live from Montmartre.
Jacob Artved Feat. Louis Hayes – Live from Montmartre is out on Feb. 21st.
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The story of Glostrup Trioen is about three boys, Torben Kjær, Henrik Dhyrbye & Ole Streenberg from Glostrup (a suburb to Copenhagen) who at the age of 12 began to play jazz and who today in their mid sixties are still playing with the same intuition which a long life with music as a pivoting point has given them. Three boys who in spite of different musical careers still manage to find a common sound. Glostrup Trioen has through their career played with great musicians such as Ben Webster, Dexter Gordon, Stuff Smith, Brew Moore, Bud Powell, Idrees Sulieman, NHØP, Kenny Drew, Palle Mikkelborg, Bent Jædig, Per Carsten and many more.
SPIRIT is a musical palette presented by a trio with their roots back in the 1960’ies. It is also a spiritual journey into a kind of music, which has become timeless. An array of tones from Swedish folk music, American musicals, French existentialism, Italian pop and the music, which Duke Ellington named American Music, in short: jazz. On its journey the trio is accompanied by the singer Alice Carreri and the tenor sax player Tomas Franck.
Release date: April 23. 2015.
Get the album here: http://bit.ly/SpiritAlbum
”I had never thought that this September Parisian night would be released and scrutinized, but honestly I think it is the best music I’ve ever recorded!” said Asmussen when he was interviewed about the new release.
‘Embraceable’ was recorded in Paris 1985 and now 30 years later Asmussen has found this recording in his home and is now released on the occasion of his 99th birthday the 28th of February.
In a tiny club in Paris with 26 guests he played a set with ’Singin’ in the Rain’ as his first tune. He played with three musicians he had never played with before and there was no rehearsal, only a few notes scribbled down. Just as they were about to play the radio man casually told them the concert would be broadcasted live on French radio and that Asmussen should present the set in French. This performance turned into Asmussen’s favourite recording as he enjoys the atmosphere and the spontaneity of this live recording.
Get the album here: http://bit.ly/embraceable