They define jazz as a method of playing, rather than a style or genre of music, imploring spontaneous interpretation. These members of the MTV generation use the music they grew-up with, songs such as “White Wedding” and “Cult Of Personality,” as a springboard for improvisation. They believe that jazz should be both introspective and accessible. Bradford Truby on upright bass, Bryan Besse on drums, and Chris Marsceill on keyboards/piano have been playing together for four years. Truby began playing Upright bass at 18, Besse started on drums at 12, and at age 4 Marsceill began playing piano
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