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The Olson Pingrey Quartet at Rutman’s

December 10th, 2009

On the D.L. “by” Randy Pingrey

Tygart Valley by Kathy Olson

Stone Age Rhumba by Randy Pingrey (more info)

Blues for Mac by Kathy Olson

Reverie by Kathy Olson

My Waltz by Kathy Olson

Low Contrast by Randy Pingrey (more info)

Venus de Milo by Gerry Mulligan, arranged by Randy Pingrey

Kathy Olson – bari sax
Randy Pingrey – trombone
Mark Zaleski – bass
Austin McMahon – drums

What a great evening!  Kathy and I can’t thank Mark and Austin enough for being so shockingly perfect for our music, and it was wonderful to see so many people at the gig.

And special thanks goes to Rutman’s Violins for having us play…

…and an extra special thanks goes to Joel and Laura for being totally awesome.

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The Next Gig

This is our second gig – our first was at La Luna Cafe in Cambridge, and you can listen to it here.  I’m excited for this gig for several reasons: the band is smokin’, we’re working on some new tunes (to compliment the work we’ve already done with the ensemble), and it’s going to be my first – ok, maybe second, but who keeps track – major performance with my new trombone – a Conn 6H from 1949.  I’m just sayin’…

And if you have any questions, feel free to contact me or Kathy.  Please come!

For those of you who aren’t already hip: Rutman’s Violins is at the corner of Westland Ave. and Mass Ave. in Boston, MA.  Near Symphony Hall.

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