Mike Lombardo Trio
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Mike Lombardo Trio


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""I would sell my parents into slavery to have Mike's left hand.""

"I would sell my parents into slavery to have Mike's left hand."
-Livingston Taylor
Singer-songwriter, brother of James Taylor - Livingston Taylor

""Poppy candy confection""

"This is a poppy candy confection. Toe tapping. Smiley fun. I really liked the bubbling interplay between the piano and bass in the intro. I wanted to hear more of that in the middle of the song. This is one of the best crafted songs in the pack."
-Rusty Rodgers
Masters of Song Fu 3 - Russ Rodgers

""Ben Folds' younger, better-looking brother""

"They sound like Ben Folds' younger, better-looking brother."
-Len Peralta
Jawbone Radio
(If you ever read this, sorry Ben!) - Len Peralta

""The guy's off the charts!""

"As far as Lombardo’s songwriting and performance talents, the guy’s off the charts"
-Josh, geeksix.com - Geeksix.com

""Incredibly Witty""

"This is as fun as music can get. It’s sing-songy, bouncy and nothing short of surefire entertainment."
"ML3 churns out sweetly affectionate piano-pop songs that are harmless, humorous and ear-turning. The best example of this is the incredibly witty “Rock Song.”
-Greg, Resident Media Pundit
ResidentMediaPundit.com - Resident Media Pundit

""Your songs are awesome.""

"Your music is actually really good. Your songs are awesome. They should probably be in our autoplay feature automatically... :-)"
-Jack DeYoung, VP of Label Relations
www.grooveshark.com - Jack DeYoung


Mike Lombardo Trio, "The Fordham Sessions" - May 2009

Mike Lombardo - 'Off the Record" - May 2009



The Mike Lombardo Trio brings new meaning to the phrase “piano rock.” With infectious tunes and catchy melodies, you’re sure to be humming their songs for days. Andy Rumschlag on drums and Ellen Angelico on bass are perfect counterparts to Mike’s piano playing. The trio combinines to form a trifecta of piano-smashing rock musicians.

Mike Lombardo has recorded with/ played with/ opened for artists such as Jane Monheit, the Yellowjackets, Leroy Jones, Amanda Shaw, the Boys and Girls Choir of Harlem Alumni Ensemble, and Ingrid Lucia.

His song ‘This Time Tomorrow’ won the 2008 Upstate New York Songwriting Contest for the jazz category, and was a Finalist in the 2009 USA Songwriting Contest.

Festivals of Music Montreal 2006 awarded him “Most Outstanding Instrumentalist” for his work with the YMCA Center for the Creative Arts All-Star Jazz Ensemble, by whom he was awarded Musician of the Year.

Mike is a graduate of Berklee College of Music with a degree in songwriting.