The Dave King Trio is announcing a set of six shows in three US states.
The fellow Minnesota natives Bill Carrothers (piano), Dave King (drums) and Billy Peterson (bass) will be hitting the stage on Mon 5/15 and Tue 5/16 in Minneapolis, MN, on Wed 5/17 in Milwaukee, WI, on Fri 5/19 and Sat 5/20 in Chicago, IL, and on Sun 5/21 in Madison, WI.
"Their interplay is luxuriant and atmospheric without sacrificing jazz invention, which is why a song like Ornette Colemans classic Lonely Woman is so clearly in their wheelhouse." Britt Robson, The Star Tribune
Watch out for upcoming performances of Billy Peterson at the SFJAZZ in San Francisco and the Baked Potato in Studio City.
The Anna Mjöll Allstar Sextet will be back on stage at the Baked Potato in Studio City, CA on Friday February 24. Besides Anna on the mic and Billy on upright bass, the stage will be filled by Bill Cunliffe on Keys, Clayton Cameron on Drums, Joe Elliot on Guitar and Brandon Fields on Sax.
The first show starts 9.30pm, the second show at 11.30pm. Advance tickets are available here.
The ECM Fest at the San Francisco Jazz Organization (SFJAZZ) is running from February 23 to 26 with double-bills each night. On Sunday, the last evening of the ECM Fest, the stage will be first filled by the Wolfgang Muthspiel Quartet before the Dave King Trio is taking over the stage.
The Trio´s line up includes besides Billy Peterson on Bass, Bill Carrothers on piano and Dave King on Drums.
More information and tickets available here.
The next European tour of the acclaimed Dave King Trio is kicking off next week Tuesday in Vienna, Austria.
Besides Austria, this tour brings the trio to Germany, Switzerland, Italy and France and ends on February 1 in Lugano, Switzerland
The group plays off of each other magically and is truly a treat to watch as they take on originals and inventive arrangements of standards. Or in the words of the The New York Times: "They take a noticeably free approach to rhythm, the results are worthwhile."
Minnesota's "First Family of Music" releases a brand new compilation called "Legacy."
The 14 track compilation includes songs from each family member, including previously unreleased tracks.
The track list includes Placid Paul (Billy Peterson), You Got To Be Somewhere (Linda Peterson) , Broken Arrow (Paul Peterson), The Shadow of Your Smile (Patty Peterson), Body and Soul (Jason Peterson DeLaire), Lost in the Stars (Ricky Peterson) and many more!
If you want to purchase it click HERE.
Billy Peterson is on the road again with the Ben Sidran Quartet. The European live dates for Fall 2016 are listed below.
We are proud to announce that the Dave King Trio, composed of Billy Peterson (upright bass), Dave King (drums) and Bill Carrothers (piano), has been signed by the famous jazz label ECM Records to produce the trio´s second album.
The new studio album will be produced by Manfred Eicher himself, founder of the German label and producer of over 1000 albums. The recording sessions for the new album will be taking place in NY City later this year.
The trio will be presenting its new work of art at the ECM-Jazz Festival in San Francisco on the 26th of February of 2017. If you cannot wait that long, you may listen to the trio´s debut album "I´ve Been Ringing You" which was released in 2012.
ECM Records is best known for its jazz lineup, including such greats as Gary Burton, Chick Corea, Dave Holland, Pat Metheny, Charlie Haden, but the 1969 founded label is also going strong in the world music genre.
The Dave King Trio returns to the Dunsmore room for two live performances. Back in December 2015, the acclaimed trio opened the room with a prospective recording session to a sold out audience.
The conventional modern jazz trio features, besides Billy Peterson on bass, inventive pianist Bill Carrothers and creative drummer Dave King.
The group is known for playing off of each other like magic and is truly a treat to watch and listen, as they are performing standards as well as plenty originals.
"They take a noticeably free approach to rhythm, the results are worthwhile." - The New York Times
TICKETS: For tickets and further information visit www.croonersloungemn.com