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Bill Carter and the Presbybop Quartet

Bill Carter and the Presbybop Quartet

Bill Carter and the Presbybop Quartet


Presbybop Music is a musical venture of Bill Carter, jazz pianist and Presbyterian minister. After years of pretending to split the life of faith from the music of jazz, Bill has been trying to find links between the two halves of his brain. Presbybop Music is his attempt to integrate his strong Presbyterian faith with the rhythms of bebop. In 1993 he formed the Presbybop Quartet with Al Hamme, his college music professor from Binghamton University. Read more on Last.fm
Presbybop Music is a musical venture of Bill Carter, jazz pianist and Presbyterian minister. After years of pretending to split the life of faith from the music of jazz, Bill has been trying to find links between the two halves of his brain. Presbybop Music is his attempt to integrate his strong Presbyterian faith with the rhythms of bebop. In 1993 he formed the Presbybop Quartet with Al Hamme, his college music professor from Binghamton University. Beginning with original lineup of drummer Tom Whaley and bassist Tony Marino, the band has evolved into a consort of musicians who have been turning heads on the musical scene - and adding new dimensions to the faith and worship of the Christian church. Based in northeastern Pennsylvania, this group of consummate professionals has presented concerts and jazz worship services in churches around the country. Their music has been widely acclaimed.

To date, Bill's Presbybop Quartet has recorded six compact discs: Faith in a New Key, Dancing Day, Fragile Incarnation, Stand On Your Head, Jazz According to John (with biblical storyteller Dennis Dewey), and Welcome Home (with vocalist Warren Cooper). Bill Carter spends most of his time as a busy pastor in a bustling church. Yet he keenly senses that God wants him to use his musical gifts as a means of reaching people with the good news of God's grace, peace, and joy. His jazz ministry has received national recognition, and has served as a model for integrating the arts in Christian ministry. Read more on Last.fm.

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