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Born and raised in Hollywood, Florida, alto-saxophonist Patrick Bartley made his recording debut when he was 17, moved to New York, and graduated from the Manhattan School Of Music.

In his young career so far, Bartley has performed and recorded with Mulgrew Miller, Louis Hayes, Jonathan Batiste, Jeff Coffin, and Wynton Marsalis, he became part of the trad jazz scene in NY, and worked with the fusion band XD 7 and the adventurous group The Arsonists.

For this hard-swinging LiveStream from August 20, 2020, Bartley leads a trio also featuring Ben Rosenblum on accordion and bassist Wallace Stelzer.

The bop-oriented set includes such numbers as “Stars Fell On Alabama” (dedicated to Cannonball Adderley), an uptempo “Tea For Two” (which has an outstanding accordion solo), “Embraceable You,” and “Cherokee,” with the good-humored altoist displaying a tone that at times recalls Adderley and Richie Cole but with his own musical personality.

Patrick Bartley clearly has a great future.

– Scott Yanow

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