Four Across

Brian Adler, with Four Across at Tula’s Restaurant, Wednesday, October 22 & Thursday, October 23

One of the most promising jazz quartets now on the scene, Four Across makes its Earshot Jazz Festival debut presenting forward-thinking, sensitive jazz that blends folk melody, South American grooves, and New Orleans spirit. With Carmen Staaf on piano, Josh Deutsch on trumpet/flugelhorn, Kendall Eddy on bass, and Brian Adler on drums, this collection of New England Conservatory graduates, many with Seattle ties, released its first album, Four Across, earlier this year and is fresh off an east coast tour.

New York-based drummer Brian Adler is known for his delicate, sparse, and earthy sound and his creative compositional style that incorporates ancient texts. Well versed in jazz, folk, and music of the avant-garde and India, Adler has performed with Ran Blake, Dave “Fuze” Fiuczynski, Erik Lawrence, Kate McGarry, Stomu Takeishi, and Ray Vega. Adler is the backbone of the Prana Trio and is the founder of Circavision Productions, a record label, publishing house, and production company.

Click here for the complete schedule for the rest of the upcoming shows at the 2008 Earshot Jazz Festival

Photograph by editorial photographer Daniel Sheehan a photojournalist who specializes in portrait photography and photojournalism for publications and corporations. He is also a wedding photojournalist 

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One response

  1. Hi Daniel,
    We love the pictures, and we were wondering if we can get copies of the files. Thanks.

    November 3, 2008 at 11:12 am

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