Bill Evans Tag Archive

Bill Evans | An insight into a Genius.

In October 1966, not long after Eddie Gomez joined the Bill Evans Trio, Evans and Gomez made a brief trip to Scandinavia for a series of concerts before returning back to New York...

New Release Playlist

The Jazz In Europe New Release playlist features tracks from the new releases featured on Jazz In Europe. Updated weekly, this playlist is the perfect place to discover new music...

Scott LaFaro, how one man redefined the piano trio.

As a bass player, when asked who my influences have been I would always put Scott LaFaro at the top of my list. This month marks 56 years since the release of Waltz for Debby, the...

Sheila Jordan on Life, Music and Art – Part 1

This is part 1 of Lynn René Bayley’s interview with Sheila Jordan. Last week we published her two concerts at the Sunset Sunrise club in Paris. This generated quite a...

Jazz Piano Trio Playlist

This playlist features some of the greatest Jazz Piano Trio recordings of all time. From the classic  trio’s of the 1950’s and 60’s to the latest releases in...

Classic Jazz Playlist

Classic Jazz is a  playlist that includes all the iconic Jazz Classics from the 1950’s and 1960’s. By the end of the 1940’s the nervous energy and tension of...

Eliane Elias: From Bill Evans to Brazil

With the swinging music of the legendary Bill Evans and the sensuous sounds of samba soaring through the air, Rose Theater comes alive on November 3–4 as pianist, singer,...

Bill Evans | Another Time: The Hilversum Concert

A never-before-issued recording of the legendary Bill Evans trio featuring Eddie Gomez on bass and Jack DeJohnette on drums captured live at the NRU (Netherlands Radio Union)...

Bill Evans Trio | Another Time, The Hilversum Concert.

In 1966, Eddie Gomez joined the Bill Evans Trio replacing Chuck Israels. For the following two years Evans and Gomez would work with a number of drummers including, Philly Jo...

Gloria’s Step~Bill Evans Trio

One of the most important qualities you seek in a Jazz record is the interplay between the musicians, a kind if musical intimacy that survived the transition from the live visual...