Dave Palmer (American keyboardist)

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Dave Palmer
Origin Studio City, California
Denton, Texas
Genres Jazz; Classic Rock
Instruments Piano, Keyboards
Labels Three Crows Music, Two Ohm Hop, Leaning House Jazz
For other musicians of this name, see David Palmer (disambiguation).

Dave Palmer is an American session keyboardist native to Texas and living in Studio City, California. Palmer has toured, performed, or recorded with Air, Fiona Apple, Seal, Chris Isaak, Joe Henry, Bobby Previte, Wayne Horvitz, Fleetwood Mac, Ponga,[1] Critters Buggin, MC 900 Foot Jesus, Aimee Mann, Solomon Burke, Turin Brakes, Cake, Lindsey Buckingham, Tegan and Sara, Avenged Sevenfold and many more.[2]

Jazz Reviewer Glenn Astarita considers Palmer a "top-notch acoustic jazz pianist.".[3]

Palmer is a member of the Denton, Texas and Los Angeles, California-based Earl Harvin Trio.

In 2006 Palmer released the solo album Romance and as of 2007 plays occasionally at Largo in West Hollywood, California.

Selected discography[edit]

  • Strange Happy Earl Harvin & Dave Palmer 1997
  • Live At The Gypsy Tea Room Earl Harvin Trio 1999
  • Unincorporated Earl Harvin Trio 2001
  • The Jam Fred Hamilton & the Earl Harvin Trio (DVD - 2005)
  • Romance 2006

References[edit]

  1. ^ Spontaneous Composition: Ponga for the Sheer Sensual Pleasure of It James Kirchmer, The Stranger, December 6, 2001
  2. ^ Bio ThreeCrowsMusic.com
  3. ^ Fred Hamilton & The Earl Harvin Trio: The Jam Glenn Astarita, AllAboutJazz, February 3, 2006

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