The 5049 Podcast with Jeremiah Cymerman - 5049 Records
Last summer my old pal Wooley and I got hammered and did the talk. It’s a scary time and I hope that you guys dig me and one of my best pals chewing on some fat (and whiskey). Stay home and stay safe!!!!!NATE WOOLEY
Interview with Ken Vandermark and Nate Wooley (March 2017) || www.elclubdejazz.com
A special edition of the Spanish Jazz radio show 'Club de Jazz' where we conducted an interview with Ken Vandermark and Nate Wooley.The first time we interviewed Ken Vandermark, Bush was the president of the United States. Fourteen years later, Trump is -proof that things can always get worse. But not in Ken's music. This time, our conversation took place before one of his concerts with Shelter, a quartet he shares with Steve Heather, Jasper Stadhouders and Nate Wooley. Wooley, with whom Ken has a duo, is one of the most creative musicians in improvised music today, a true explorer of the trumpet.The interview was originally broadcasted on March, 30th 2017. All rights reserved: http://www.elclubdejazz.com
Interview with Nate Wooley (September 2015) || www.elclubdejazz.com
A special edition of the Spanish Jazz radio show 'Club de Jazz' where we conducted an interview with Nate Wooley.Nate Wooley (Clatskanie, Oregon, 1974) is one of the most creative trumpet players in the improvised music scene. Together with Peter Evans and Greg Kelley, to name a few, he is considered one of the most adventurous performers in terms of exploring new sounds and possibilities with this instrument. The interview was originally broadcasted on Septembre, 14th 2015. All rights reserved: http://www.elclubdejazz.com
Trumpet player/composer Nate Wooley’s playing has been widely praised by everyone from the New York Times and DownBeat to trumpet icon Dave Douglass who called him “one of the most interesting and unusual trumpet players living today.” He’s constantly performing and recording internationally with such folks as John Zorn, Thurston Moore, and pretty much every one playing contemporary free jazz and improvised music. For his day job, Wooley is the curator of the Database of Recorded American Music and the editor-in-chief of their online quarterly journal, Sound American.
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