[JPL] Jeremy Pelt live interview on WBGO Friday, 2/24 at 9 AM EST

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Thu Feb 23 20:04:58 EST 2006


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>Subject: [JPL] Jeremy Pelt live interview on WBGO Friday, 2/24 at 9 AM EST
>Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 19:32:19 EST
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>February 23, 2006
>
>IMMEDIATE REMINDER
>
>
>Listen to Jeremy Pelt on WBGO
>
>Friday, Feb. 24th at 9 AM EST with Brian Delp
>online at www.wbgo.org
>
>Trumpeter PELT has it all: the jubilation of Clifford Brown, the lyricism 
>of
>Miles Davis and the scorching fire of Lee Morgan, all in a voice completely
>his own — and he's still under thirty! His latest, "Identity," is his 
>best yet,
>showcasing his considerable composing skills.
>
>Catch the JEREMY PELT QUARTET LIVE
>
>At the
>
>Village Vanguard
>178 7th Avenue South (just below West 11th Street)
>NEW YORK, NY 10014
>RESERVATIONS: 212-255-4037, www.VillageVanguard.net
>Sets at 9 & 11PM
>Feb. 21-26 Jeremy Pelt and his "IDENTITY" Quartet
>Featuring the recording band of
>Frank LoCrasto, piano & Fender Rhodes
>Vicente Archer, bass
>Eric McPherson, drums
>Sunday through Thursday: $30.00 at the door (includes $20.00 admission plus 
>a
>$10.00 drink minimum). Friday and Saturday: $35.00 at the door (includes
>$25.00 admission plus a $10.00 drink minimum).
>A STUDENT DISCOUNT is in effect Sunday through Thursday, 2nd set only. The
>cost is $20.00 which includes admission and a soft drink (or a $4.00 drink
>credit)
>
>The accolades are universal!
>
>For the third consecutive year, Jeremy topped the DownBeat Magazine Annual
>Critic's Poll for "Rising Star Trumpeter," and for the second consecutive 
>year,
>he was nominated for "Jazz Artist of the Year" in the same poll.
>
>In addition, The Jazz Journalist's Association selected Pelt as the 2005
>"Rising Star Artist of the Year".
>
>
>Jeremy has enjoyed feature articles and has been reviewed in The New York
>Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The Los Angeles 
>Weekly,
>JazzWise, The Guardian, The Evening Standard, Jazz Times, All About Jazz,
>Recensioni, JazzIt etc.
>
>
>Pelt has garnered considerable praise for his recent MaxJazz cd, 
>"Identity."
>  In addition, during his week-long engagements as a leader, Pelt regularly
>enjoyed standing room only crowds at his favorite jazz clubs.  Those 
>include the
>legendary venues: Ronnie Scott’s in London (capacity 350), Yoshi's in San
>Francisco (capacity 300)  and The Village Vanguard (capacity 125) in New 
>York
>City.  What was special about these performances was the generational mix 
>of the
>audience.
>
>
>The performances satisfied both jazz purists as well as younger audiences.
>Pelt’s quartet played original compositions--including a few that dealt 
>with
>pushing the envelope of jazz (without diluting it), while adding some 
>elements
>of electronic music. As is the case with his other groups, Jeremy is more
>interested in attaining a discernible group sound all their own.
>
>The music on “Identity” is heavily influenced by such jazz greats as 
>late ‘60
>’s Miles, Wayne Shorter, and Herbie Hancock. Aside from the jazz 
>influence,
>the music also draws inspiration from the great Rock bands such as Sly and 
>the
>Family Stone, Jimi Hendrix and Cream to current Rock bands like Radiohead 
>and
>Portishead. Jeremy’s own trumpet sound owes a lot to the likes of Freddie
>Hubbard, Miles Davis, Booker Little and Eddie Henderson
>
>Pelt’s current MaxJazz CD "Identity" will be available at the club and is
>also in stores and online now!
>
>For More Info Visit... http://www.peltjazz.com/
>
>Chantal Phaire
>Phairelady Management Services
>20 West 20th Street, 2nd Floor
>New York, NY 10011-4213
>Direct Phone: (212) 822-8590
>Cell Phone: (203) 209-7668
>Private Fax: (646)349-2976
>E-Mail: Phairelady at aol.com
>
>Phairelady Management Services represents the following artists: Kirk
>LIGHTSEY, JoAnne BRACKEEN (http://www.joannebrackeenjazz.com/), Denise 
>JANNAH
>(http://www.denisejannah.com/), Jeremy PELT (http://www.peltjazz.com/) and 
>Anthony
>BROWN's Asian American Orchestra http://www.anthonybrown.org/
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