'Bourbon St to Brunswick St' - Live at the Paris Cat

by Adam Rudegeair and Bob Sedergreen

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Bourbon Street to Brunswick Street has become a Paris Cat institution: Elder statesman meets young maverick as pianists Bob Sedergreen and Adam Rudegeair join forces to create a cross-generational jazz party that celebrates the intensity and spirit of New Orleans!

After three years of B2B, Adam and Bob have decided to document the interplay of this spontaneous and ebullient jazz project. They don't like to plan things too much, just have an intense and irreverent conversation on the bandstand, aided and abetted by Adam Spiegl on bass and Thom Mitchell on drums.

Acclaimed producer Myles Mumford recorded two sets on the evening of Friday the 24th July. This recording features a brand new tune, "Brunswick St", written by Adam and Bob to mark this auspicious release!

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released October 24, 2015

Recorded live at the Paris Cat, Melbourne on July 24th 2015
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Myles Mumford

Adam Rudegeair and Bob Sedergreen - piano and rhodes
Adam Spiegl - bass
Thom Mitchell - drums

Photography by Adam Rudegeair
Graphic Design by Melinda Traves at Two Little Fish

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Adam Rudegeair Melbourne, Australia

Adam Rudegeair is a Melbourne-based piano player/songwriter. His major projects include his jazz trio, Lake Minnetonka, and the Bayou Tapestry. He is also the pianist in Glasfrosch and the muscial director of Henry Manetta and the Trip.
Recent recordings include "The Bowie Project', Bourbon St to Brunswick St' and the Glasfrosch album 'Nocturnes/Aubades'
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