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The Delbert Anderson Trio / Blog

Giant Steppes of Jazz International Music Festival 2014

DAT is incredibly excited to announce that we have been invited to perform at The Giant Steppes of Jazz International Festival to be held in Mongolia’s capital city, Ulaanbaatar!

We will be performing at the festival, collaborating with several Mongolian performers and conducting workshops!

Special thanks to Ganbat Nyandag - gifted musician and Chairman of Giant Steppes of Jazz NGO for his friendship and for this amazing opportunity!

We can't wait to experience Mongolia and perform with other artists from all over the world!!

Keep an eye out for more updates!

China Tour with Wenhai Wang!

DAT would like to Announce that we will be collaborating on an upcoming recording and tour of China with noted Opera Singer and Composer Wenhai Wang!

We are incredibly blessed to have Wenhai as a friend and we are very excited to share what we're working on together.

In addition to being a stunning vocal and dramatic talent - Wenhai has been an educator and worked in composing and producing for both Television and Film. We will be blending our original DAT sound with Wenhai's Soaring Vocals to produce some great new music that will touch on influences from heritage jazz pieces, traditional Chinese pieces, film compositions and our original and unique musical vision as an artistic concord.

We will be playing several dates mostly in Shanghai and will be heading into the studio in the upcoming months to record a CD that will be released towards the end of 2014 - stay tuned for how to get an invite to our CD release event in Shanghai!

We will be announcing more about the specific dates and venues and thanking our sponsors in the upcoming months as things are finalized.

Thanks again to our friends, family and fans who have been so grateful and generous with their time and patience and love over the past several months as we've been booked solid with meetings and rehearsals and trips...we love and appreciate you and could NOT do this without you!

West Coast Indian Music Awards Nomination!

The Delbert Anderson Trio is very proud to announce that we've been nominated for the 2014 West Coast Indian Music Awards!

We're currently nominated in both the Jazz and Instrumental categories for our unique blend of the traditional and the contemporary styles of music we play.

We are very proud and very honored to stand alongside our fellow artists and to be invited to participate in this event!

West Coast American Indian Music Awards will be hosted in Los Angeles June 28th 2014 at the Ebella theater.

http://www.wcaima2014.com/

Winning a WCAIMA award is the single highest prestige award for entertainment by Indigenous people of the West Coast and beyond.

Thank you again to Tuskin and the WCAIMA Board of Directors for taking an interest in us!

New EP - "Look Backwards" - Released 10/1

We are SUPER excited to announce the release of our EP - "Look Backwards"!

Recorded live by our friends at Fuzzy Lamp Studios - Look Backwards is a collection of 8 songs that range from the hard swinging tune "I Mean You" - to the funky original "Narbona", "DAT One" and the title track "Look Backwards"!!

We are incredibly thankful to our Friends, Family and Fans that have been incredibly supportive during this!

As a thank you - we're making 5 of the 8 songs available to download for free!!

New Single "Narbona" released!

The Delbert Anderson Trio is proud to release our second original tune - "Narbona".

A funky jazz piece that features an extended introduction featuring Delbert's expressive trumpet playing style - We're sure you'll enjoy this tune!

Thanks!

Connie Gotsch Educational Jazz Tour - 2013

The Delbert Anderson Trio is VERY proud to announce that we've been awarded a grant from The Connie Gotsch Foundation.

The DAT is planning an educational focused tour that includes several performances and clinics around New Mexico schools and cumulating in a performance at a larger local venue that would highlight several local jazz artists and music students.

Connie Gotsch was an award-winning author, educator, broadcast director, adventurer and photographer. Above all, Connie was a promoter of the arts. She passed away in July 2012 after a seven month battle with cancer, but not before dedicating her estate to the advancement of the arts in San Juan County. The Connie Gotsch Arts Foundation was established with the purpose of continuing Connie’s legacy by offering scholarships, grants and other means of support to the many forms of art in our area. http://www.cgartsfoundation.com/

We couldn't be more excited or grateful for the opportunity to share our music and hopefully inspire some future musicians in our area!

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