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An Idaho native, pianist/composer Deidre Rodman moved to New York in 1997 after receiving a master¹s degree in Jazz Studies from the University of North Texas. She found work (and her husband!) playing for the Big Apple Circus, and spent her free time going out to hear all the music she could. Soon she was collaborating with many great musicians: reedist Roy Nathanson from The Jazz Passengers (they co-lead a 10-piece big band), bassist Steve Swallow (new duo CD with him coming out on Sunnyside May 9th), vocalist Darius De Haas (Daydream, a Strayhorn recording, won the 2002 Bistro Award for Recording of the Year), vocalist Debbie Harry (they recorded a song together for the soundtrack of Pie in the Sky: The Brigid Berlin Story), vocalist Mike Viola (of Candy Butchers fame), and, The Lascivious Biddies


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Album Twin Falls by Deidre Rodman

Twin Falls

Sunnyside Records
2006

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Album Simple Stories by Deidre Rodman

Simple Stories

Sunnyside Records
2003

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Sun Is Us

Sunnyside Records
2001

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Sunday Drive

Sunday Drive

Deidre Rodman
Twin Falls

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