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Coming Home

by Lolly Allen

Vibraphonist Lolly Allen was the first woman to be awarded the L.A Jazz Society's Vibe Summit XXIII Honoree Award, & has performed with top jazz musicians including Terry Gibbs, Bob Mintzer, Rodney Whitaker, Maria Schneider, & The Jazz Composers Alliance.
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Coming Home was recorded at Tritone Studio by Talley Sherwood, mixed and mastered at Big City Recording Studio by Paul Tavenner.

Lolly Allen, vibes
Danny Janklow, saxes
Josh Nelson, piano
Jordan Richards, bass
Paul Kreibich, drums

Vibraphonist, composer, and bandleader Lolly Allen has performed on radio and at venues such as the Knitting Factory, Vibrato Grill Jazz, Boston Globe Jazz Festival, the Hamlet's Famous Jazz Artist Series, Gunther Schuller's Birthday Celebration Concert, The Jimmy Giuffre Tribute Concert at Jordan Hall, WGBH FM's “Eric in the Evening,” and Ron DellaChiesa's Jazz Songbook. In 2016 she was the first woman to be awarded the L.A Jazz Society's Vibe Summit XXIII Honoree Award, and in 2017 she was invited to present legendary vibist Terry Gibbs with his Hall of Fame Induction at the World Vibes Congress..

Originally from Westport NY, Lolly studied jazz on scholarship at the New England Conservatory. She has studied with Danilo Perez, George Garzone, Cecil McBee, John McNeil, Bevan Manson, Steve Brown, and Dominique Eade, and she received classical training with world-renowned percussionist Gordon Stout.

Saxophonist & composer Danny Janklow's performance highlights include Walt Disney Hall, Kennedy Center, SFJAZZ, Bimhuis Amsterdam, the Apollo, Village Vanguard, and Blue Note Tokyo. Janklow has performed or recorded with Wynton and Branford Marsalis, Benny Golson, Wallace Roney, Wycliffe Gordon, Eric Reed, John Beasley, Ben Williams, Jason Moran, Savion Glover, Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, Monk'estra, Bill Holman Big Band, and Jimmy Heath.

Josh Nelson, has performed with some of the most respected names in jazz, including Natalie Cole, Anthony Wilson, Sara Gazarek, George Mraz, Jeff Hamilton, Richard Galliano, Benny Golson, Sheila Jordan, Greg Hutchinson, John Clayton, Seamus Blake, Matt Wilson, Dave Koz, Joe Chambers, Kurt Elling, John Pizzarelli, Lewis Nash, and Peter Erskine. Josh has received many accolades including the Louis Armstrong Award and the John Philip Sousa Award, and in 2006, was one of only twelve semi-finalists in the prestigious Thelonious Monk International Jazz Piano Competition. Josh has recorded for film and TV working with actors like Eric Idle, Clint Eastwood, and Jon Lovitz, and has recorded a plethora of albums, including his own projects as a leader.

Bassist Jordan Richards is a native of Grand Rapids, Michigan and graduate of Western Michigan University, and has performed with Fred Hersch, Kurt Elling, Bob Mintzer, Janis Siegel, Peter Eldridge, Ingrid Jensen, Michael Philip Mossman, Wycliffe Gordon, Jamey Haddad, Phil Palombi, John Proulx, Donny McCaslin, Matthew Fries, Keith Hall, Tim Froncek, and Billy Hart.

Paul Kreibich is a Ray Charles Band alumnus drummer who has also worked with Carmen McRae, Gene Harris, Mose Allison, Red Rodney, The Woody Herman Band, Anita O'Day, Scott Hamilton, Joe Pass, Charles Brown, Rosemary Clooney, and Lee Konitz. Paul's recording credits are now well over 60 titles including CD's with Dianne Reeves, Charlie Shoemake, Cedar Walton, John Hendricks, James Moody, Kenny Burrell, and Terry Gibbs.



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