JAZZ PROMO SERVICES 6

April 12, 2013To: Listings/Critics/Features
From: Jazz Promo Services
Press Contact: Jim Eigo, jim@jazzpromoservices.com
www.jazzpromoservices.com
The Wayne Escoffery Quintet
“The Only Son of One”
(Sunnyside SSC 1320)
April 16th & 17th
@ The Jazz Standard
Set Times: 7:30 & 9:30pmFeaturing
Wayne Escoffrey – tenor saxophone
Rachel Z – keyboards
Orrin Evans – piano
Hans Glawischnig – bass
Jason Brown – drums

Performing Music From His Latest CD

The Jazz Standard
116 East 27th street b/t Park and Lex
212-576-2232
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Wayne Escoffery’s The Only Son of One this is his first CD of all original music and is inspired by his childhood in London, England focusing on pivotal events of his life as a toddler and his teen years. Living in an abusive family environment and leaving with his mother to find a better life in the United States was a profound experience, and this music chronicles the emotional, psychological and spiritual journey of a young boy.
Performing the music is Wayne’s new quintet featuring pianist Orrin Evans, bassist Hans Glawischnig, drummer Jason Brown and keyboardist and Miles Davis veteran Adam Holzman. To further add to the uniqueness of this project, Wayne has asked his friend and best selling author of “The Color of Water” James McBride to write the liner notes for the CD jacket. The photography is being provided by highly noted French Jazz photographer Philippe Levy-Stab.

Reviews:
Wayne Escoffery’s “The Only Son of One” and Ben Riley’s “Grown Folks Music” reviewed by Bill Milkowski @ JazzTimes!
Bill Milkowski, JazzTimes – July 2012
Read the full article here
Wayne Escoffery’s “The Only Son of One” receives a four star review by Chris Robinson in DownBeat!Chris Robinson, DOWNBEAT – July 2012
Read the full article here
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Jim Eigo
Jazz Promo Services
T: 845-986-1677
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