Jerusalem, Israel — April 2, 2018 — Ettun, who introduced himself to the international jazz scene through his work with George Garzone, Danilo Perez, Donny McCaslin and others, will be releasing a single from his upcoming trio album, featuring pianist Daniel Schwarzwald and Drummer Nathan Blankett. In the past two years, the trio has performed worldwide, and the coming album includes new music written by Ettun.
Jazz enthusiasts and bass lovers from around the world have been keeping up with Ettun, who is considered among many to be one of the most innovative bassists and composers in the international jazz scene, and his unique approach to the bass as a versatile instrument has put him on demand all over the world. The single will be released on April 15th and will be available on iTunes, Spotify, and others.
“I wrote ‘Keep Calm’ shortly after coming back to Jerusalem from five years in the United States,” says Ettun. “At the time, it was very clear to me that Jerusalem is where I wanted to be, but at the same time, there was the fear of not being able to keep in touch with my colleagues and friends in the USA as much. This song tells the story of the great joy of coming back home, with the fear of the future – it was a beautiful and fragile moment captured”.
Throughout the next few months, Ettun will be releasing more singles from the coming album, which is expected to be fully out by the trio’s summer tour in the USA and Europe. “We have our little communities of people who like our music, and we love coming back to the same places when we have new music”, says Ettun. “We love to play to people who come to listen and experience the music with us, whether it’s Boston, New York, Seoul, Budapest or Berlin”.
“Keep Calm” will be available starting April 15th, and the full album is expected to come out before summer 2018 when the trio will start their summer tour.
If you want to hear the new single “Keep Calm”, watch out for it after April 15th on iTunes, Spotify, and other main streaming services. If you want to catch the Ehud Ettun Trio during their 2018 summer tour, visit Ehud Ettun’s website at www.ehudettun.com or follow Ettun on Facebook.
Israeli Bassist Ehud Ettun has introduced himself to the international Jazz scene playing with George Garzone, Fred Hersch, Danilo Perez, Donny McCaslin, Anat Cohen, Donny McCaslin, Eli Degibri and others. He is known for his unique approach to the upright bass as a melodic instrument, and not only as a bass instrument. His uniquely developed techniques, make him on demand bassist all around the world.
He has performed in venues ranging from Blue Note, New York, to Kennedy Center in Washington DC, and concerts and festivals in Europe, North America South America, and Asia. In recent years, Ehud started developing his own trio sound having had toured the world performing in New York, Toronto, Boston, Poland, Germany, Serbia, South Korea and more. The trio is creating music that is influenced a lot by modern jazz and continues the tradition of musicians like Chick Corea, Carla Bley, Brad Mehldau, Ray Brown, Charlie Haden and others.
In addition to the trio work, Ehud Ettun is collaborating with pianist Bert Seager in various projects, including his most recent album “The Why” (2015), with Haruka Yabuno on the Yabuno Ettun Project, and with other musicians around the world. Ehud Ettun is also the artistic director of Internal Compass Music and leading various projects in Jerusalem and worldwide.
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