Esteemed NYC keyboardist and composer Pat Daugherty’s acclaimed Jazz outfit, New York Electric Piano, releases their Fervor Records debut “State Of The Art” January 12th, 2018. This is the 8th studio album from the band whose previous releases have received extended radio airplay, topped CMJ’s Jazz Charts, and garnered accolades from All About Jazz, Drumhead, Sea of Tranquility, JazzTimes, and Pop Matters. NYEP also features Spin Doctors founder, and current drummer, Aaron Comess, and bassist Richard Hammond. Band member credits include Levon Helm, Gil Scott-Heron, Patti Austin, Snoop Dogg, Joan Osbourne, Bono and The Edge, and Ornette Coleman to name a few. The New York Times has called Daugherty “an imposing presence.” Experience the expansive, exploratory sounds of some of New York City’s top Jazz musicians on New York Electric Piano – State Of The Art.
Veteran Blues/Jazz diva Francine Reed’s song “It Won’t Be Me” appears in the the new James Franco/Seth Rogen film “The Disaster Artist.” Also heard in the feature is Craig Marsden’s 1978 classic “Miles Away.” Catch New Line Cinema’s “The Disaster Artist” in a theater near you starting December 8th.
Staples at such legendary venues as Slim’s, Paradise Lounge, and the Mystic Theatre, IWCT made a name for themselves with intense live performances, self-produced indie videos, and songs dripping with passion and energy.
New CBS comedy “Young Sheldon” turned to the vaults of Fervor Records for a dose of 1980s nostalgia. Episode 105: “A Solar Calculator, A Game Ball, And A Cheerleader’s Bosom” features David Bradley Mau’s 1989 headbanger “Take Me To Hell And Back.”