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Brian Lynch records Madera Latino tribute to Woody Shaw

August 23, 2012

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Check out the latest news update from roster Trumpeter, and Grammy Award winner, Brian Lynch. Includes details of two upcoming performances with his critically acclaimed Unsung Heroes Project and news about his next record: “Madera Latino” – a Latin-Jazz Tribute to Woody Shaw!


MADERA LATINO -Woody Shaw en Clave!

In the middle of all this touring and playing, I managed to pull off a pretty cool recording project for my Hollistic MusicWorks label. Some of you may remember a couple of years ago the “Madera Latino” (Latin Wood) concert I did for the Festival Of New Trumpet Music celebration of Woody Shaw. I decided for this summer’s record date to revise and expand that music, write a couple of original pieces dedicated to Woody, and invite some of my favorite trumpet players to play these Latin-jazz imaginings of the great master’s music with astounding rhythm section players and percussionists . It was a blast!  Here’s a few shots from the sessions showing this killer cast:

Bryan Davis, Etienne Charles, Brian Lynch, Diego Urcola, Dave Douglas

Editor’s Note: Lynch has been a welcome guest lecturer in the University of North Texas Jazz Studies Division.

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