ImageFor those who are wondering the closure of The Cellar will have no effect on Cellar Live (record label).  Well, let me rephrase. Of course it will have SOME effect on the label in terms of the ability to record as much as possible but I’m still committed to recording and releasing projects of all kinds after The Cellar closes.  Here is what is in store for the label in 2014:

Sheryl Bailey 3 – A Meeting Of Minds

Jeff Presslaff – Complete Rebirth Of The Cool

David Newman & The Tilden Webb Trio – Cellar Groove

Craig Wuepper – Storytelling

Mike Allen Quartet with Hugh Fraser – Panorama

Cory Weeds with Harold Mabern – As Of Now

Steve Kaldestad with The Mike LeDonne Trio – Straight UP


Craig Scott Quintet

Oliver Gannon Quartet

Louis Hayes & The Cannonball Adderley Legacy Band

John Webber Quartet

Steve Kaldestad with The Renee Rosnes Trio

Josh Bruneau

So as you can see there is no sign of Cellar Live slowing down.  I hope this clears it up!


One thought on “CELLAR LIVE

  1. Clear except for the obvious question of where the recording will take place. Cellar -“LIVE” -was the big advantage up to now. Live albums have a certain interactive spontaneity and immediacy that studio recordings just don’t have. What’s the plan to retain that?

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