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Tortoise’s Jeff Parker previewed his Jeff Parker & The New Breed 2020 album ‘Suite For Max Brown’ by sharing a single and film for the LP’s “Max Brown.”
Watch Tortoise celebrate the 21st anniversary of ‘TNT’ by performing it in full at Pitchfork’s Midwinter 2019 at The Art Institute of Chicago last month.
Watch a career-spanning performance by Tortoise held last night at Lincoln Hall and check out a new set of tour dates announced by the Chicago-based band.
Trio Subtonic, The Bongolian and Jeff Parker make up a trio of toe tapping album suggested by Aaron “Neddy” Stein.
Watch officially shared video of Tortoise performing their new original “Ox Duke” at a recent hometown, in-the-round show in Chicago.
Watch video for the song that appears on the band’s recently issued LP ‘The Catastrophist.’
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About Jeff Parker
I’m mainly a guitar player. I like to write music. I like to collaborate with other musicians. I live in Chicago. I think music opens doors. Some of the bands I play/have played with: Tortoise, Chicago Underground, Isotope 217º, New Horizons Ensemble, A Cushicle, SpliceCat, Moment Of Inertia, TriColor, Brian Blade Fellowship, Powerhouse Sound, Fred Anderson Quartet, Joshua Redman Elastic Band, a.o. I sometimes lead projects of my own: they usually are simply called “Jeff Parker” or “Jeff Parker _____ (trio, quartet, organ quartet, etc.) and may consist of myself performing alone or with small or large aggregates of various configurations…
Red Hot Chili Peppers are parting ways with Josh Klinghoffer as John Frusciante is returning to the band.
Billy Strings treated Denver’s Ogden Theatre to a number of choice covers from the Grateful Dead, Jackson Browne, Jimmy Cliff, John Hartford and more on night two of his three-night run in the Mile High City.
The Disco Biscuits opened up their two-night closer at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with the first “Resurrection” of 2019.
Ween returned to The Met in Philadelphia and their musical roots with a cover of a Prince classic for their final show of 2019.
Phish and SiriusXM shared video of a deliciously dark and spacey “2001” from the band’s instant classic at The Met in Philadelphia.