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Recently issued new music from The Paperhead, Brokeback, Hand Habits, Kneebody and The Necks make up this round of Aaron “Neddy” Stein’s RecommNeds.
By combining sophisticated compositions and virtuosic improvising, Kneebody has created a diverse, loyal fan base in the United States and Europe. Founded in 2001, Kneebody has built upon an impressive array of individual resumes and conservatory training to create a truly singular voice within the instrumental world.
In 2005 Kneebody released their debut album “Kneebody” on Dave Douglas’ Greenleaf Music Label. In 2007 they followed up with “Low Electrical Worker” on the Colortone Label. A collection of 13 original songs, “Low Electrical Worker” was hailed by saxophonist Joshua Redman as one of his “favorite albums of 2007”. In the spring of 2009, Kneebody and vocalist Theo Bleckmann will release “12 Songs of Charles Ives” on the Winter and Winter label. Kneebody is currently completing their forthcoming studio album which will be released on Winter and Winter.
The first full day of Jam Cruise 17 included a mass wedding, a Bob Marley tribute, two outstanding Khruangbin performances and more.
Ryan Adams’ upcoming single “Fuck The Rain” features John Mayer and the singer-songwriter revealed he working on a “secret thing” with Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir.
JamBase’s Scott Bernstein weighs in on his his highlights from Tuesday aboard Jam Cruise 17, including Leftover Salmon, Umphrey’s McGee and Matador! Soul Sounds.
Carlos Santana and his namesake band will be joined by the Doobie Brothers on the dual-anniversary Supernatural Now Tour.
This year’s New Orleans Jazz Fest will be headlined by The Rolling Stones, Dave Matthews Band, Katy Perry, Jimmy Buffett and Chris Stapleton