Latest Chris Stillwell Articles
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe stopped by 88.5 FM Southern California’s studios to perform songs from their 2019 album ‘Gnomes & Badgers’ and more.
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe added a handful of shows to their 2020 winter tour.
Veteran jam act Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe will embark on the brief “Thick As Thieves” winter tour in January 2020.
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe tapped drummer Zak Najor to create a video for ‘Gnomes & Badgers’ track “Something Sweet.”
The Greyboy Allstars confirmed four February 2020 concerts.
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe will honor the music of The Allman Brothers Band during an Eat A Bunch Of Peaches performance in New York City.
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The Greyboy Allstars Are:
Karl Denson – Sax, Flute & Percussion) Elgin Park – Guitar Zak Najor – Drums & Percussion Chris Stillwell – Bass Robert Walter – Keyboards
During the band’s six year touring hiatus, the members have kept their playing hot with solo projects. Guitarist Elgin Park (Mike Andrews) has been composing award winning scores for film including the cult phenomenon Donnie Darko (that included the UK #1 “Mad World”) and Me and You and Everyone We Know. He’s also produced albums by Metric, Gary Jules and Inara George. He has just released his first solo album Hand On String on his own Elgin Park Recordings.
Karl Denson’s band, Tiny Universe has remained a mainstay on the international concert circuit for years (when he is not recording with the likes of the Blind Boys of Alabama, Guster and Jack Dejohnette and Dave Holland).
Robert Walter’s 20th Congress has also toured extensively, and Robert’s duties fronting The Headhunters keeps his jazz cred maxed. The incredible rythym section of Bassist Chris Stillwell and drummer Zak Najor have been doing extensive session work and touring with Inara George, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band and others.
The band is reuniting in the studio with co-founder and producer DJ Greyboy forthe new album, the first time they have worked together since 1995’s West Coast Boogaloo.
To celebrate George Harrison’s birthday, listen to some of his most famous Indian-tinged compositions.
Oysterhead will play Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom for two nights in April.
Chicano Batman shared “Color My Life,” the lead single from their forthcoming ‘Invisible People’ album, which the band will support with a massive tour.
Roger Waters added a handful of concerts to his upcoming This Is Not A Drill 2020 tour of North America.
Widespread Panic will release a live album entitled ‘Sunday Show’ in April and will enter the studio with producer John Keane in May.