West Coast Jazz pianist George Kahn carries the tradition of jazz greats like Dave Brubeck, Vince Guaraldi and Horace Silver into the 21st Century with his latest release, SECRETS FROM THE JAZZ GHETTO. George’s 7th album is beig released digitally in two volumes, each filled with 13 tracks that feature some of the best jazz musicians on the west coast playing his original music.
Included in Volume 1 (Nightside) is a retrospective of songs from Kahn’s previous recordings, plus 4 new compositions that were recorded live in the studio in 2009 and 2010. There is also a never-before released track featuring Tierney Sutton on vocals . In addition to Tierney Sutton, Eric Marienthal, Justo Almario, Andy Suzuki, Brian Bromberg, and Alex Acuna are just a few of the artists that join George on this compilation. The album also features new renditions of two of the greatest jazz standards, “Over The Rainbow” and “My Funny Valentine”.
In addition to his previous albums, Kahn’s music has been featured in film and on TV, including on Men of a Certain Age, The Young and the Restless, How William Shatner Changed the World and commercials for Lexus. If you have never heard George’s music before, now is the time to discover one of the best-kept secrets in Jazz: SECRETS FROM THE JAZZ GHETTO