Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey. Profilo: Formed 1994, Tulsa, OK, United States. Members: Brian Haas (keyboards, piano), Chris Combs (guitar, 2009-present), Reed Mathis (bass, 1994-2008), Matt Hayes (bass, 2009-present), Matthew Edwards (drums, 1994-2001), Richard Haas (drums, 2001), Jason Smart (2) (drums, 2001-2007), Josh Raymer (drums, 2007-present). Membri: Brian Haas, Dove McHargue, Jason Smart (2), Josh Raymer, Kyle Wright (2), Matt Edwards (10), Matt Hayes, Matt Leland, Reed Mathis, Sean Layton. Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey. Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey. Telluride Is Acoustic: Live At The Telluride Jazz Festival 2002 (CD, Album). reapandsow, Inc. none. Vendi questa versione. Tomorrow We'll Know Today: Live in USA and Europe (Album).
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey. Biography by Alex Henderson. Oklahoma-based experimental jazz-influenced outfit featuring keyboardist Brian Haas.
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey will issue a new live album, entitled The Battle For Earth via Royal Potato Family on September 4. The band has also unveiled a Fall Tour in support of the new release. The Battle For Earth was recorded last year over two nights at Dazzle in Denver. They will also appear with Youngblood Brass Band in New Orleans on October 16 and Albuquerque, New Mexico on October 22. They team up with Skerik for two nights at The 1Up in Denver on October 23 and 24, Doc’s Lab in San Francisco on October 30 and 31 (also with Chris Noonan), Earshot Jazz Festival at The Royal Room in Seattle on November 5 and 6 (also with Wil Blades and DJ Logic) and wrap things up on November.
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey (or JFJO or The Fred) is an American Instrumental Music group started in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1994. The band has had 16 different members in 20 years and put out 25 albums under the leadership of Brian Haas. In 2006 JFJO also put out the live compilation Tomorrow We'll Know Today: Live in USA and Europe as an online-only release. The Fred toured little in 2007, as they spent a large amount of time working on their next record in the studio. Drummer Josh Raymer joined the band in June 2007, immediately getting his feet wet at Freihofer's Jazz Festival in Saratoga Springs, New York amongst others.
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In 2008, Mathis produced Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey's "Winterwood" (named for Winterwood Studios in Eureka Springs, Arkansas). Shortly before the album's release in January, 2009, Mathis announced his departure from JFJO, citing a desire to pursue his other musical endeavors. Chris Combs (guitar) and Matt Hayes (upright bass) joined Haas (piano) and Josh Raymer (drums) to form the new JFJO lineup. In 2009 Mathis became an original member of 7 Walkers, a band led by Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann. For The Ghost EP (2005). Sameness of Difference (2005). Tomorrow We'll Know Today (2006). Lil' Tae Rides Again (2008).
Tomorrow We'll Know Today 04. banter: "white Toyota Camry" 05. Hunter Gatherer. With Mike Dillon With Mike Dillon and Skerik. Thank you very much Carl Shoemaker & Perry Justus! Great show, great sound. Long live The Fred! Keep swingin'.
Their breaths together feed someone whom we do not know. It's hard to imagine a more apt metaphor for the Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey. Three people, feeding something beyond them, beyond the usual look-at-me spotlight grabbing, growing a giant from the simple soil of piano, bass and drums. Walking With Giants is JFJO's first acoustic oriented studio release.