Posted by cnsayer on Wednesday, June 30, 2010
I had the pleasure of jamming with Andy Statman recently. I adore his playing, both on clarinet and mandolin, and was delighted by his invitation to join him at an intimate venue in NYC’s
Though I relate with ease when listening to Andy's fabulous combination of klezmer, jazz and bluegrass, playing with him offers me a stretch outside of my norm. It was a fun challenge that also renewed my desire to expand my bluegrass & old-time repertoire. Best of all, Andy invited me to join him again and also work out some tunes together – more stretching to look forward to!
Cotton-eyed Joe Says:
Thursday, July 1, 2010 @2:20:16 AM
Sounds like you had been havin' loads fun...
And a lot more bluegrass and old time wonderful... As you can't beat a good set of tunes for your repertoire... t' fall back on when needed...
And also workin' a few tunes together... Are them few tracks bein' recorded then ... Ah...
Monday, July 5, 2010 @10:46:43 AM
I love people who stretch the musical genres. Very cool!
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