Pianist Jason Lindner has been a fixture in the New York jazz scene since the mid-90s when the venerated Greenwich Village club, Smalls, became the home for a new generation of forward-thinking jazz musicians. Lindner's large ensemble performances quickly became the focal point for critics who frequently wrote about the club, and record label representatives eagerly tried to capitalize on the buzz. Lindner regularly drew sold out crowds on Monday nights at Smalls, something more established musicians could only accomplish on weekends. This earned them their Imulse records debut on Jazz Underground/Live At Smalls, which led to their full-length release on Chick Corea’s Stretch label, Premonition. Now in their 12th year, they are preparing an exciting and much anticipated double CD recorded live at the jazz Gallery....
Now Vs. NowAnzic Records
Live At The Jazz GalleryAnzic Records
Ab AeternoFresh Sound New Talent
PremonitionConcord Music Group
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- Now Vs. Now by Lyn Horton
- Live at the Jazz Gallery by Laurel Gross
- Live At The Jazz Gallery by Greg Camphire
- Live At The Jazz Gallery by Mark F. Turner
- Ab Aeterno by Terrell Kent Holmes
- Live/UK by Tom Greenland