New York Horns
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New York Horns

New York City, New York, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

New York City, New York, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
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Jul
27
New York Horns @ Rockwood Music Hall

New York, New York, United States

New York, New York, United States

Jun
26
New York Horns @ Carroll Place

New York, United States

New York, United States

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NEW YORK HORNS - (2014)
TUNNEL VISION - (1999)

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NEW YORK HORNS is a horn section and band begun by trumpeter Chris Anderson and saxophonist John Isley in 1998. Their initial EP Tunnel Vision, released in 1999, was downloaded by over 350,000 fans worldwide on MP3.com, and garnered them a loyal fanbase and critical acclaim. NYH remained busy recording and performing until 2003, when with both pursuing other projects, an almost 10 year hiatus ensued. It wasn’t until reuniting in The Juke Horns (Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes) in 2012 that Chris and John were able to begin work on a second NYH recording. Rediscovering their affinity for producing music together, Chris and John wrote several new tracks and performed a number of gigs in the summer of 2013 that encouraged them to produce the current full length CD, New York Horns, (to be released June, 2014). Their mantra with this recording has been “Its got to be as fun for the audience as it is for the cats on stage.”


Joining Chris and John on the front line is Neal Pawley on trombone and vocals. Neal is also a member of the Juke Horns, and the chemistry they share, created by making music together all the time is readily evident.


The rhythm section of Tony Tino (bass guitar), Shawn Pelton (drums), Jeff Kazee (Hammond B3, piano and vocals) and Glenn Alexander (guitar and vocals) was recorded in Kaleidoscope Studios over 2 days in the fall of 2013. Three special guests - Christine Ohlman on vocals, Southside Johnny on harmonica and Marc Quinones on percussion - were asked to lend their talents as well. The magic of great musicians in the same room, playing off each other is palpable on all the cuts.

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