Aug 8, 2022
All music used with permission by Haidu, Williams and Allen.
Pianist Noah Haidu’s two most recent releases are outstanding tributes to jazz legends, and he stopped by for two sold out performances with a legendary trio to play selections from both.
Doctone is the culmination of a film, book and album tribute to the legendary Kenny Kirkland, released in 2019. Slowly is his tribute to Keith Jarrett, released in May 2021. Both project feature performances of compositions by these legends and Doctone is a larger project that documents Kirkland’s life.
Noah took our stage for two performances with two jazz legends. Bassist and Grammy winner Buster Williams has a career spanning sixty years working with everyone from Herbie Hancock to Miles Davis.
Drummer Carl Allen has worked with artists as diverse as Freddie Hubbard, Ricky Lee Jones and Christian McBride’s Inside Straight.
The Trio joined us on stage on November 21st, 2022 and here’s Part Two – Live at the Bop Stop.
This program is recorded at the Robert Conrad Studios at the Bop Stop in Cleveland, Ohio with additional production by Graham Rosen and editing for WOBC and WNPA provided by Dr. Pete Naegele and for our podcast and other affiliates by Shawn Gilbert and Carsen Gilbert at GilAzar media.
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