July 25, 2021
Rachel Dimaa – 7pm
Nate Andersen – 8pm
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Nate Andersen – Piano & Vocals
Yokoyama Hiro-Kazu – Upright Bass
Oscar Suchanek – Drums
Henry Galprin – Jaw Harp
Nate (N8) Andersen is a versatile pianist/singer/songwriter based in Brooklyn NY, gaining a growing reputation for his newly developed style and sound. Nate was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, and received his BA in jazz performance at Sonoma State University. After university, Nate relocated to New York where he began his own music institution and performance career. There he met and was mentored by Dizzy Gillespie’s legendary pianist Mike Longo, who assisted in developing Nate’s own unique sound on both the piano and vocally. THE MONSTER SONG encapsulates the jazz, classical, rock and pop styles combined Currently Nate is scheduled to release his new collection of compositions debut album titled FOCUS July 25 2021. Nate has an active performing schedule in and around New York City as well as internationally, performing at venues, festivals and concert halls. More information can be found at www.nateandersenmusic.com.
FOCUS has been a project in the making since 2019. Originally scheduled for release in 2020 FOCUS was put on hold due to the pandemic. Over the course of the year, the project was adjusted to include new pieces of music reflecting the feelings of mind, self and community during the tumultuous and emotional months of lockdown, civil disobedience, national elections and of course the coronavirus itself. The songs featured on this project feature drummers Nate Wong and Oscar Suchanek, bass players Yokoyama Hiro Kazu, and Chris Wright, Jaw Harpist Henry Galprin and guitarist Ryan Scott. July 25 2021 is the release party and presentation of the project.
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