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Chad Lawson Trio

Chad Lawson Trio

Chad Lawson Trio


The Chad Lawson Trio is a jazz trio from the United States. The trio features pianist Chad Lawson, bassist Zack Page and drummer Al Sergel. The trio has released two albums, The Oz Sessions and Unforeseen, both on Summit Records. The Oz Sessions received rave reviews from critics and fans. Upon it's release, it was heard (and still is) in Starbucks locations throughout the United States. The album also gave the trio the opportunity to play rooms and festivals from NYC to Seattle and all places in between, as well as some dates in Japan. Read more on Last.fm
The Chad Lawson Trio is a jazz trio from the United States. The trio features pianist Chad Lawson, bassist Zack Page and drummer Al Sergel. The trio has released two albums, The Oz Sessions and Unforeseen, both on Summit Records. The Oz Sessions received rave reviews from critics and fans. Upon it's release, it was heard (and still is) in Starbucks locations throughout the United States.

The album also gave the trio the opportunity to play rooms and festivals from NYC to Seattle and all places in between, as well as some dates in Japan. The trio's second release Unforeseen went to number 8 on the national Jazz charts (jazzweek.com). The album featured jazz interpratations of popular songs, including a live recording of Sting's “Every Little Thing She Does is Magic,” the Beatles' "Michelle" and Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun" which received play on alternative rock radio stations. The trio is currently on hiatus. Read more on Last.fm.

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