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“Full of lyricism and harmonic delight.” —Jazz Review

Trumpeter and Pianist

Chad McCullough and Bram Weijters, URBAN NIGHTINGALE

Chad McCullough and Bram Weijters -][- URBAN NIGHTINGALE – [Origin Records, 2012] –

Now with multiple tours of Belgium and the western U.S. under their belts, Seattle-based trumpeter Chad McCullough and pianist Bram Weijters from Antwerp present their second recording of modern, lyrical originals.

With bassist Piet Verbist and drummer John Bishop, the quartet creates a perpetually unhurried environment where melodies can unfurl over harmonically compelling compositions. Bram displays a Brad Mehldau-like touch on his Buildings in a Dark City, and McCullough’s burnished flugelhorn searches on Nightingale.

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