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Bassist Lindsey Horner is one of the more versatile musicians in jazz and modern music. He has most often been heard with musicians on the cutting edge recording and performing with artists such as Greg Osby, Bill Frisell, Bobby Previte, Dave Douglas and Muhal Richard Abrams.

As a leader he has produced four recordings, NEVER NO MORE, MERCY ANGEL, BELIEVERS and the recently released DON'T COUNT ON GLORY.

Through the ‘90’s he performed as a member of the Myra Melford trio, an association which yielded four highly acclaimed discs.

He is a member of the co-operative group JEWELS AND BINOCULARS/MICHAEL MOORE, LINDSEY HORNER, MICHAEL VATCHER PLAY MUSIC OF BOB DYLAN.

His European connections include playing with guitarist Philip Catherine, trumpeter Kenny Wheeler, saxophonist Matthias Schubert and the great Belgian tenor player, Erwin Vann.

He also has deep roots in Irish music having toured and recorded extensively with singer/songwriter Susan McKeown, Scottish fiddle master Johnny Cunningham and traditional Irish music legend Andy Irvine.


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Undiscovered Country

Cadence Jazz Records
2010

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Album Ships with Tattooed Sails by Lindsey Horner

Ships with Tattooed...

Unknown label
2007

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Album Don't Count on Glory by Lindsey Horner

Don't Count on Glory

Cadence Jazz Records
2006

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Don't Count On Glory

Cadence Jazz Records
2005

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Believers

Cadence Jazz Records
1997

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Mercy Angel

Cadence Jazz Records
1994

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