Andreas Dreier bass
Bjørn Vidar Solli guitar
Adam Pache drums
CD: LOS 130-2
Recorded at Kruttrøyk Studio, Oslo by Hermund Nygård June 2013
Mixed at Kruttrøyk Studio by Hermund Nygård January, 2014
Mastered at Perez-Cisneros Studio, Brooklyn NY by Michael Perez-Cisneros March 2014
Cover Pictures by Kolonihaven Fotografibyrå
Bjørn Vidar Solli is a Norwegian guitarist/composer who has been based in New York the last four years. In NYC he plays regularly with some of the top musicians in the city. He was voted “Young Jazz Musician of the Year” in 2002 and has since won numerous awards throughout Europe, including soloist prizes in Belgium, Monaco and Spain and at the Montreux Jazz Festival, and a composition prize in France. As a leader he has with his trio SOLID! released 4 critically acclaimed CD’s and he recently toured and recorded in Europe with saxophonist Seamus Blake. Solli has played with Jon Gordon, Kevin Hays, Clarence Penn, Marcus Strickland, Will Vinson, John Ellis, Gary Versace, Kendrick Scott, Matt Penman, Orlando Le Flemming, Lage Lund, Rodney Green, Matt Brewer, Bryn Roberts, Jonathan Blake, Mark Ferber, Jochen Rueckert, Jon Wikan, Ferenc Nemeth, Jamire Williams, Ingrid Jensen, Adam Cruz etc.
Adam Pache is one of the most accomplished young jazz drummers to come out of Australia. Adam is born in Sydney, Australia. Having spent several years, studying, performing and recording in New York City, Adam is now based in Rome, Italy, where he performs regularly with legendary saxophonist Steve Grossman and Emanuele Cisi. Adam works with a long list of American-based musicians, such as Jeremy Pelt, Diane Schuur, Roberta Gambarini, Jesse Davis, Will Vinson, Danny Grissett, Joe Magnarelli, Philip Harper, Bruce Forman, Ben Wolfe, John Webber, Joel Holmes, Tony Monaco and Scott Robinson, to name but a few.
Andreas Dreier, is born in Horsens, Denmark. He studied from 1998 to 2003 at The Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus (DK). He started his studies as a classical pianist but changed to doublebass in 1999. 2003-2007 he studied at The Koninklijk Conservatorium, Den Haag (NL). From 2007 he has been living in Norway teaching and working as bassist. Andreas is an experienced bassplayer playing as sideman with various artists playing concerts and festivals all over Europe. In 2008 he released his first CD “STEW”.
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