The Paul Abella Trio
Jazz / Granola / Jam
First off, let me say, THANK YOU to everyone that
pledged so far in our campaign to make our next disc a reality. If you haven't
yet, please, let me remind you that your support at any level that you can is so,
so, so appreciated. Every little bit counts, too, so please, consider contributing
today! $5 can get you the MP3's and $20 can get you an autographed copy of
A Change In Plans at least a month before the CD release party. While
we're asking for $7000 (a number that would include a full press budget), on indiegogo,
you keep whatever you get, so, as long as we get at least $1200, we're going to
be able to put out a disc. So, if you haven't contributed yet, please consider
Click here to get your copy of A CHANGE IN PLANS
If you're hoping
to hear a little bit of what we're doing before you pledge for a CD that you
don't have in your hands yet, that's completely understandable. While these
aren't mastered yet, they are in their near final mix...
I Know Better
Take On Me
Next time, I'll tell you a little more about our show at the end of the month
with the outstanding vocalist, Linda Solotaire.
In the meantime, have
a wonderful Thanksgiving!
'Til Next Time, Keep Your Ears Open!
"Erin and I were thrilled to have The Paul Abella Trio perform at the jazz festival!
I have never seen an audience at Stage Left so enthusiastic and engaged as I did
on Saturday. Brilliant work!" Billy Denk, Jazz on the Square Founder/Proprietor
of the Woodstock Jazz Festival
"Many jazz bands specialize in performing
covers of familiar jazz classics. � The Paul Abella Trio is not one of them.
Mixing jazz, salsa, samba, Afrobeat, folk, blues and a healthy dose of improvisation,
the band dreams up jazz riffs on everything from hits by The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix,
� The Grateful Dead and R.E.M. to Metallica." Matt Fagerholm,
The Woodstock Independent
"The trio offers a set of unusual rhythms and stylistic
couplings to mainstream tunes, and the result is delightful. Tim Gault,
Chicago Jazz Magazine