Between The Lines Available Everywhere!

Hello Everyone, I am excited to announce that Between The Lines is available everywhere (Itunes, Amazon, Rhapsody, Napster, CD Baby, Record Archives, and some others online stores that I can’t think of right now).  The CD has been a year in the making and I am very proud of Everything on it.  Below is a video of me describing the recording and writing process and explaining how I am donating the first month’s profits to charity.  Below that is a full track from the album, if you dig it then buy the album ya big dummy!  If not, you can still buy the CD- just skip track 5.  But seriously, If you’re into the music please help spread the word!

Here is an original of mine- Sandbox— Chris Ott-Trombone, Angelo Di Loreto-Piano, Danny Ziemann-Bass, John hubbell-Drums

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I have been busy traveling back from Los Angeles (where I have been all summer) and playing release shows in Akron, Buffalo, Rochester, and New York.  This past summer with the Disneyland All American College Band was incredible.  I really cannot say enough about how amazing the experience was to work with the whole staff at Disney.  The best part of the summer was meeting and becoming very close to the other musicians in the band.  I will definitely have a blog post purely dedicated to the experience, but for now I will leave you with a clip form our first show with Gregg Field on drums.

Recent Recommended listenings: Bending and Breaking- Aaron Staebell, Ben Webster and Oscar Peterson- Ben Webster Meets Oscar Peterson, D’Angelo-Voodoo, Miguel Zenon- Alma Adentro, The Puerto Rican Songbook, Bon Iver- Bon Iver


About danwhitemusic

Dan White is and artist whose music has two distinct, yet interwoven concepts: This logic is clearly displayed in Between The Lines (March 2011). White has a deep respect for acoustic Jazz, but he is also is driven to explore uncharted territory: Playing music that cannot be defined or pigeonholed. Both sides of his music create a synergy effect: the tradition of America's classical music helps build the foundation from which he explores and experiments, while the experimentation gives way to more individuality. Music has played a large part in Dan's life since he was young. The saxophonist comes from a musical family: his grandfather a jazz bassist and music teacher, his uncle a music teacher, and four of his cousins are currently studying music. He grew up just north of Buffalo, New York, where he started playing piano at age eight, and saxophone at age nine. A few years later he got his first real taste of improvisation and composition. After hearing Joshua Redman in concert with his father, White was instantly hooked on the link between composition and improvisation. White states, "My music is an extension of my personality. I am influenced by many, and my goal is to merge these influences into refreshing and creative music that acknowledges the tradition that came before and progresses the art form."
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