Jenny Scheinman Trio at Carnegie Hall March 23rd 2013 with Bill Frisell & Brian Blade: Songs With Words And Songs Without.
Jenny will be debuting new songs and instrumentals written for her trio with Brian Blade and Bill Frisell: Jan 4 at The Shedd (Eugene, OR), Jan 5 (Portland, Or) & March 23 @ Carnegie Hall.
MISCHIEF & MAYHEM IS OUT! READ WHAT THE CRITICS ARE SAYING!
STATE OF MIND INTERVIEW W NELS CLINE
RELIX IN-STUDIO VIDEO FOOTAGE
EMUSIC Q&A w JS AND NELS CLINE (Dan Oullette)
SOMETHING ELSE REVIEWS http://somethingelsereviews.com/2012/03/22/half-notes-jenny-scheinman-mischief-mayhem-2012/
WFUV IN-STUDIO PERFORMANCE AND INTERVIEW WITH JOHN SCHAEFER
WNYC/NPR WITH FOOTAGE FROM THE STUDIO!
ALL ABOUT JAZZ REVIEWS AND Q&A
Mischief & Mayhem, Jenny’s seventh instrumental recording featuring Nels Cline, Todd Sickafoose, and Jim Black is scheduled for release in stores and online March 6th 2012!
Reviews of recent M&M concerts here:
8/14/11 Wednesday night’s performance at The Village Vanguard with Mischief & Mayhem will be broadcast and
archived on NPR/WBGO. Read about it here
7/10/11 Jenny writes and records string arrangements for Lou Reed & Metallica’s new collaboration. Stay tuned!
7/15/11 Jenny Scheinman presents Mischief & Mayhem at The Village Vanguard August 16-21!!! go to home page for tickets. As a gift to those in attendance she is printing a limited number of advance copies of the new M&M cd. Come on down!
3/30/2011 Hello from snowy Banff! Shows in Canada on this JS-Bruce Cockburn tour are spectacular! Hope to see you at one!
3/5/2011 We’re all most done mixing the Mischief & Mayhem recording! Release date TBA!
3/4/2011 Jenny raps about the upcoming tour with Bruce Cockburn..
“In the eighties a group of gardeners landed on the small town where I grew up and they brought with them the music of Bruce Cockburn. I was a budding musician in my last year of high school, poised to leap into the world outside small town family life. It was a big time for me and Bruce’s songs had all the courage and adventure and romance I was looking for. I think I listened to Dancing In The Dragon’s Jaw almost every day of my sixteenth year.
So to meet him twenty years later at Town Hall in New York City was a great coming-full-circle moment. We were both there performing as part of the Mountain Stage radio broadcast and had some time backstage to talk. I told him how much I loved his music and to my suprise the admiration flowed both ways. He actually had my recordings, many of them! The following week he came to see me at The Village Vanguard, and soon enough we began playing together, writing together, and recording together. Two years later here we are, about to set out on an adventure over and back across North America.
I’ll be opening the night with a solo set, then joining him for live renditions of many of the songs from Small Source Of Comfort plus other songs from his songbook. He’s also asked that we play three or four of my songs – at his request two of those will be The Littlest Prisoner (a song from the perspective of a pregnant inmate) and Albert (an instrumental ode to the great avant garde saxophonist Albert Ayler).
My solo set… Performers talk about the give-and-take with an audience but you never feel that more than when you’re up there alone. You’re the tiny hole in the universe where all the magic stuff comes through, you’re driving a jumbo jet with six thousand passengers. I’ll bring what I have – my fiddle, some good words, a love of improvisation, and see what happens.”