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Sam Yahel Trio at Cornelia Street Cafe

Or Bareket uploaded this event on April 5, 2015

Where

Cornelia Street Cafe
29 Cornelia Street
New York, NY
Map
212-989-9319

When

Thu, April 9, 2015
8:30 pm

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Musicians

Sam Yahel
organ, Hammond B3
Or Bareket
bass, acoustic

About

One of the more distinctive voices among a new breed of Hammond B-3 organ players on the jazz scene, Sam Yahel has earned the top spot in Down Beat's annual International Critics Poll as a Talent Deserving Of Recognition for the past four consecutive years. Since moving to New York in 1990, Yahel has worked with a string of notable jazz artists including tenor saxophonists Joshua Redman and Eric Alexander, former James Brown sideman and alto sax great Maceo Parker, guitarists Peter Bernstein and Bill Frisell, trumpeters Ryan Kisor and Jim Rotondi as well as having played on Norah Jones' Grammy-winning Come Away With Me as well as on recordings vocalists Lizz Wright and Madeleine Peyroux. But it has been as a solo artist in his own right that Yahel has made his most personal statements as both composer and player....

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