Wednesday, April 2, 2014

CD Review: " Still" by The Keith Davis Trio



The new CD "Still" is the first release by veteran Jazz pianist Keith Davis and it's filled with beautiful original music that he composed. Keith has spent the last 30 years building his reputation as a Jazz pianist, composer and educator.  He toured with the Glenn Miller Orchestra, the Artie Shaw Orchestra and as a member of the Teddy Adams Quintet. Keith has perfumed with many of the greats of the American Jazz scene including David "Fathead" Newman, Ben Riley, Mike Mainieri, Pat LaBarbera and Frank Foster. Keith lives in Greenville, SC where he serves as Adjunct Instructor of Jazz Piano at Furman University.

Joining Keith on this CD are Ron Brendle on Bass and Justin Watt on Drums. These three performers fit together perfectly with the wonderful Jazz composing of Keith Davis.  The music is fresh and relaxing and sure to be loved by any Jazz lover. Keith has constructed each melody with clarity, and yet, he allows the group plenty of room to explore. Simply great Jazz for everyone! This CD was produced by Keith Davis and released on February 4, 2014 on the LoNote label.


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