Larry Goldings

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Larry Goldings

American pianist, organist, producerarranger and composeradd

Category: Music

Born in 1968.

Countries: United States (75%), New York (13%), (8%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: John Scofield, Michael Landau, Kate Markowitz

Linked to: Eastman School of Music, The New School, De La Soul, ECM Records




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Larry Goldings was born in 1968 add something


Goldings moved to New York in 1986 to attend a newly formed jazz program under the leadership of Arnie Lawrence at The New School. add something


In 1988, Goldings began his development as an organist during a regular gig at a pianoless bar called Augie's on New York's Upper West Side. add something


His first release was Intimacy Of The Blues in 1991. add something


Fly Me to the Moon. add something


John Scofield - In 1994 and 1995, Scofield formed a core group that included organist/pianist Larry Goldings, bassist Dennis Irwin, and alternately drummers, Bill Stewart and Idris Muhammad


Bill Stewart (musician) - In 2005, the Bill Stewart Trio, with Kevin Hays and Larry Goldings, released "Keynote Speakers"


Johnette and John Scofield, received a Grammy nomination in the category of Best Jazz Instrumental Album Individual or Group for their live album, Trio Beyond - Saudades. add something


James Taylor - In January 2008 Taylor recorded approximately 20 songs by others for a new album with a band including Luis Conte, Michael Landau, Lou Marini, Arnold McCuller, Jimmy Johnson, David Lasley, Walt Fowler, Andrea Zonn, Kate Markowitz, Steve Gadd and Larry Goldings


Goldings is a featured performer in the 2009 Clint Eastwood documentary, The Dream's on Me, playing original arrangements of several classic Johnny Mercer tunes on piano and Hammond organ. add something


The Great American Songbook Vol 5", 2010, Rod Stewart add something


John Scofield - In a return to Scofieldesque "straight ahead" jazz, he went to the studio in January 2011 with pianist/organist Larry Goldings, bassist Scott Colley and drummer Brian Blade, laying the tracks for a ballads album titled "A Moment's Peace" scheduled for a May 2011 release on EmArcy Records


In 2012 and 2013, Goldings was selected to participate in both the ://www add something


Goldings continued with Sundance Institute in 2013, at the feature film lab held for the first time in Skywalker Ranch, Marin County add something


In 2013, Goldings was asked by filmmaker Jeff Garlin to compose music with "a Nino Rota feeling" for the film "Dealing with Idiots" add something


In 2016, Goldings was asked to join John Mayer for his first tour in three years, alongside compatriots Pino Palladino and Steve Jordan add something


They have been recording in the studio and are gearing up for a worldwide tour to include the United States, Europe, and South America in 2017 add something


Lisa Loeb - In October 2017, Loeb released her fifth children's album entitled "Lullaby Girl" featuring a world-class quartet led by keyboardist Larry Goldings


In 2018, Vulfpeck recorded Goldings' composition s://www add something


In 2019, Inara George asked Larry Goldings to compose music for a musical project tentatively titled, "A Case for Birth Control," based on the life of Margaret Sanger, American nurse and activist add something