"Tim Lyddon is a pianist who plays with extraordinary drive, impressive chops, good definition and a spirit which spreads nicely" says Cadence jazz. His latest CD, Ive Traveled So Far (Essence Jazz 2001) has been called "The best jazz piano trio CD in recent years" by WBGO's Dan Karcher. Tim has performed with many great jazz artists including Sam Most, Dick Berk, Elliot Zigmund, Bill Watrous, Jeff Berlin, Kim Richmond, Tom Rainey, Scott Lee, Billy Mintz etc.
"With an engaging light as a feather, block-chord touch, pianist Tim lyddon spins out original and standard compositions in the piano trio format. Even in a congested market, Lyddon makes a strong case for his rendering of the piano trio." Michael Bailey (All About Jazz.com)
"Taken as a whole, this music is saturated with art, dignity and good fun. You won’t be let down here, jazz is alive and well."- Stephen Koch (All About Jazz.com)
"The pianist has a light touch that allows for a certain resonance, meaning that his lines-often little snippets of pure melody-are flecked with intrigue. - (Macnie) Village Voice
The performance features original pieces from the CD and standards, as well as a few new compositions. The trio recently did a live recording at WVIA (Pittston). Upcoming radio interviews at WFDU and WSIA ( Jersey and Staten Island). Bassist Tom Hubbard has performed with Kenny Barron, Charlie Rouse and Dewey Redmond. He has performed and written arrangements for seven of Freddy Coles' CDs. Drummer Scott latsky was a finalist in the "percussionists on fire" = Contest (Jazz Is).He won the Hennessey Cognac jazz search in 1996. Scott has played and recorded with Guitarists mundell Lowe and San Salvador.
The show is at 9pm. There is an $8 cover charge . The Knitting Factory is located at 74 Leonard St. between Broadway and Church aves. Take the 1 or 9 train to franklin, walk South to Leonard and east to the club. 212 219-3006 for info.
42 Diamond St. #16
Brooklyn, NY 11215