Adam Lane

Combining influences from Duke Ellington, Karlheinz Stockhausen, and Melt Banana, bassist and composer Adam Lane stretches the terms “jazz” and “chamber Music” beyond convention. His blend of music and performance art takes listeners on a meticulously orchestrated joyride, with horns, strings, electronics, spoken word, and the occasional vacuum cleaner. As a composer he has been recognized by critics world wide as “innovative” (Signal to Noise) and “forward thinking,” (Jazziz) and as a player he has contributed to important new recordings by artist such as John Tchicai and Tom Waits.

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