Ep 48: Ted Howe Interview-My First Jazz Teacher!

Ep 48: Ted Howe Interview-My First Jazz Teacher!

Ted is my first Jazz Piano teacher. Although he and I have been  in touch over the years, we haven’t actually talked for quite a while.  Recently, we have been communicating more frequently, and I invited him  to do an interview with me. I will post it...
Ep 48: Ted Howe Interview-My First Jazz Teacher!

Ep 47: Alan Hall Interview

Alan Hall is a great drummer and composer who has been living in Asheville, NC for the last few years. Alan and I met through Art Lande. Alan and Art have a years long musical and personal association and have played on several recordings together. Art was staying at...
Ep 48: Ted Howe Interview-My First Jazz Teacher!

Ep 46: Contemplation

This is a spontaneously improvised thing that I thought you might like.  Remember, I’m available for performances and I’m available for private instruction online and in-person. Keith Davis Music I am available for online or in person study....
Ep 48: Ted Howe Interview-My First Jazz Teacher!

Ep 45: Jim Ridl Interview

Jim Ridl is a great pianist! He’s also a composer and bandleader and teacher. I recently had the pleasure of hearing him play at Furman University with the Tim Armacost Quintet. (I just interviewed Tim recently. See Ep 44.) I was particularly struck by...
Ep 48: Ted Howe Interview-My First Jazz Teacher!

Ep 44: Tim Armacost Interview

Tim Armacost recently brought his quintet to Furman, where I serve as an adjunct instructor. I was blown away! First, the band was great, world class. What brought it all together though, was Tim’s wonderful playing and writing, and the conceptual approach he...