POSTED: June 2, 2018
This should be a lot fun. Overneath Creative Collective asked me to put together a concert for their KBR series. I asked my good friend Phil Palombi to join me for this live duo recording session, and you’re invited.
Join us for this fun performance/recording in an intimate listening space. We’ll be playing 2 sets of duo tunes, snacking on wine and cheese, and audio/video recording the whole thing.
Come be a part of it!
2 shows at 6pm & 8pm
$15 adults / $10 students
Tickets available: https://kbrspring2018.brownpapertickets.com
Overneath Creative Collective
215 S Kalamazoo Mall
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
POSTED: June 3, 2016
My new solo piano album is here. It’s a collection of 9 original compositions that I created in a collaborative project with my sister, visual artist, Loryn Spangler-Jones.
Visit my music page for audio samples, images of the paintings Loryn created, a description of the process behind the recording, and links to where you can buy the music!
POSTED: September 7, 2015
My sister, Loryn Spangler-Jones (visual artist) and I have been collaborating on a new work of art and music. It’s been an exciting process of blurring the lines between visual and aural – where art is created to inspire musical composition and music is composed to inspire a visual image.
Join us for Parallel States – an exhibition showcasing the art that was created combined with a live performance of the music.
Here’s a sample of the work we’re creating. This is an example of a solo piano piece I created inspired by Loryn’s art.
Her piece “Time to Make the Doughnuts” (shown on the left) inspired my composition, “The Sweet Life.”
(Sorry, I just couldn’t bring myself to title my piece “Time to Make the Doughnuts”)
The Sweet Life (excerpt)
POSTED: April 13, 2014
John Ephland at Downbeat gave TRI-FI’s new album Staring into the Sun a very nice 4-star review in the April 2014 issue!
“Tri-Fi’s newest collection of originals is the best example yet of their intimate group interplay… Call it a relaxed yet fervent approach to express joy, wonder, surprise. The kind of qualities jazz lovers look for anytime they’re hungry for connection”
Read the full review on the TRI-FI Website.