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What can I say but that these CDs grew on me so quickly. I started with the first one, ‘Trio West Plays Holiday Songs’ and I found myself playing it over and over. It has a nostalgic and relaxing quality that is quite addicting. After that, I had to get the second CD. Thanks guys!! Hats off to Trio West!

- Fly Dog

Hey Trio West!! Thanks for putting together a great holiday mix. It has a great mood and thanks to you, I am not dreading the normal holiday madness. Now I can sit back, relax and listen to some great holiday music that actually makes me want to embrace the holiday season! Imagine that! :)

- Xmas Music Man

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Trio West is a New York City based piano trio. The band members(Tobias Gebb, Neal Miner and Eldad Zvulun) all hail from the west side of Manhattan and met each other on the New York City jazz scene. The band plays regularly at venues around New York City. In 2007, the band debuted their very successful release -Trio West Plays Holiday Songs-which climbed to #13 on the national jazz radio charts, was ranked in many Top 10 picks including about.com's 'best jazz holiday recordings' and was featured on Amazon.com.

Their second release 'Tobias Gebb and Trio West-An Upper Westside Story' was given an "Honorable Mention" by The Village Voice, featured in Hot House's centerfold "spotlight", voted best of 2008 by the Jazz Journalists Association, received a 5 star review in Primetime Magazine and has been called "one of the best of this new year" at ejazz.com. In late 2009 they released a 2nd holiday recording entitled 'Trio West Plays Holiday Songs Volume 2.

As accomplished degree-holding musicians, the members of Trio West have performed/recorded with a wide variety of internationally known artists both within the jazz genre and beyond. These artists include Jon Hendricks, Bobby Watson, Donald Fegan, Lenny Kravits, Jane Monheit, Peter Burnstein, Curtis Lundy, and many others.