Jeb Bishop has performed, toured and recorded with groups including the Vandermark Five, the Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet, Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls, Terminal Four, School Days, Ken Vandermark's Territory Band, Rob Mazurek's Exploding Star Orchestra, Globe Unity Orchestra, and his own Jeb Bishop Trio. He also co-led the Lucky 7s project with New Orleans-based trombonist Jeff Albert, and is a member of cooperative quartet The Engines.
In addition to numerous club and smaller venue performances during tours of North America and Europe, he has performed at jazz festivals in Chicago, The Hague, Victoriaville, Berlin, Oslo, Vancouver, Paris, Lyon, Lisbon, Seville, ...
Upcoming tour dates with Harris Eisenstadt's Old Growth Forest project, with Tony Malaby, saxophones, and Jason Roebke, bass:
Feb 2, 2017: Seattle: Royal Room + Cornish College workshop
Feb 3: Vancouver: Western Front + Capilano College workshop
Feb 4: Edmonton: Yardbird Suite
Feb 6: Rochester: The Bop Shop
Feb 7: Hamilton: Zula Presents
Feb 8: Toronto: The Rex
Feb 9: Toronto: The Rex
Feb 10: Kingston: Kingston Jazz Society
Feb 11: Ottawa: Ottawa Winter Jazz Festival
Feb 12: Northampton: Pioneer Valley Jazz Shares
The Old Growth Forest CD is out on Clean Feed.
News about recordings:
The New Orleans-based project Long Sidewalks has a CD out, entitled Staffa, on the Breakfast for Dinner imprint. See Featured Videos below for a video of a live performance by the band.
Force Majeure, by Paul Giallorenzo's GitGo, is out on Delmark.
The Whammies Play the Music of Steve Lacy, vol. 3 is out on Driff.
The Flame Alphabet, my second collaboration on CD with Rodrigo Amado's Motion Trio, is out on Not Two.
The Whammies vol. 2 is out on Driff.
Burning Live at Jazz ao Centro is out on JACC (Portugal).
Old Shoulders, a duo with Tim Daisy, is out on Relay Records.
The CD by Josh Berman and His Gang, There Now, is out on Delmark.
Out on Kontrans: At the Hideout, a live recording featuring Jaap Blonk, Frank Rosaly, Lou Mallozzi, and me.
Listen to a track from At the Hideout.
Ibsen's Ghosts, with the great Joe McPhee, Ingebrigt Haker Flaten, and Michael Zerang, is on Not Two.
1000 Words, a duo with Jorrit Dijkstra, is on Driff.
The Engines recording Other Violets, featuring as guest the legendary John Tchicai, is on Not Two.
I also appear on the recent recording by the terrific Darren Johnston's Gone to Chicago, titled The Big Lift.
JEB BISHOP TRIO RECORDING:
My trio CD, 2009 (Better Animal Recordings), is now available! Read about it and get yourself one.
Long Sidewalks, live in New Orleans.
From a house concert in Raleigh, NC, Aug. 9, 2014, with Scott Clark, drums, and Albert Wildeman, bass.
Jeb Bishop Trio at Strobe Session 42
Jeb Bishop and Tim Daisy at the Whig, Columbia SC
The Engines CD, Wire and Brass, recorded live at the Hungry Brain in Chicago in April 2008, is on Okkadisk.
Read about some of my favorite recordings.
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