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Mike Eckroth

Mike Eckroth pianist and keyboardist, is a native of Phoenix Arizona and currently resides in Jackson Heights, NY. He is currently completing his PhD degree in jazz performance at NYU as well as leading and co-leading a number of projects in varied genres of music.

Michael is currently preparing for release the album Piano and Rhythm with a cast of New York latin greats. Recently the group La Voz De Tres released the album Sueños Y Delirios. In recent years, Michael has participated in a number of recordings- including the first self-titled La Voz De Tres album, Ron McClure Quartet “Crunch Time”, Travis Sullivan Quartet “New Directions”, Greg Diamond “Shift”, a live DVD filmed in Brazil with Paul McCandless and Alieksey Vianna, “Ebano”, DEFtrio's debut album “Bushwicked”, Kenny Shanker Quartet's “Steppin' Up”, Giuseppe Milici's “Amarsi Un Po”, Afromantra's “This Side of Mestisaje”, Asuka Kakitani Jazz Orchestra's “Bloom”, as well as the Chulo Records albums “Melaza” and “Peliroja”. » more

From 2010-2012 Michael toured extensively with the John Scofield new quartet. This group played in many of the major club venues in the United States as well as numerous venues and festivals in over 20 countries. He has also appeared on NPR radio and in a french-produced DVD in live performances with Scofield's quartet.

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In the Morning Light

Self Produced
2021

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New York...

Zoho Music
2020

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Lost in You

Self Produced
2020

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And Was It Just luck?

From: In the Morning Light
By Mike Eckroth

And Was It Just luck?

From: In the Morning Light
By Mike Eckroth

Lost in You

From: Lost in You
By Mike Eckroth

Every Time I Look At You

From: Every Time I Look At You
By Mike Eckroth

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