Pat Bianchi

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Pat Bianchi
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Background information
Born (1975-12-07) December 7, 1975 (age 43)
Rochester, New York
GenresJazz
Occupation(s)Musician
InstrumentsHammond organ
LabelsSavant Records
Associated actsTim Warfield, Pat Martino, Lou Donaldson, Chuck Loeb, Joe Locke
Websitepatbianchi.com

Pat Bianchi is an American grammy nominated jazz organist and winner of Downbeat Magazine’s 2016 rising star poll. Bianchi has established himself as one of the most in demand organists on the scene today having performed regularly with such jazz greats as Pat Martino, Lou Donaldson, Chuck Loeb, Joe Locke, Joey DeFrancesco, Mark Whitfield, Alvin Queen, Tim Warfield, Ralph Peterson Jr. and many others. His command of the instrument, harmonic prowess, rhythmic intensity and versatility are rivaled by few.

BIANCHI'S DEEP KNOWLEDGE OF JAZZ ORGAN HISTORY CONTINUES TO INFORM HIS OWN VOICE. WHILE HE IS A PROPONENT OF THE CLASSIC JAZZ ORGAN TRIO SOUND, HE'S NOT CONFINED BY IT.[edit]

Phillip Lutz • Downbeat Magazine

Discography[edit]

As leader[edit]

  • The Art of The Jazz Organ Trio (Synergy Music, 2002)
  • 3osity (Capri, 2006)
  • East Coast Roots (Jazzed Media, 2006)
  • Back Home (Doodlin', 2010)
  • A Higher Standard (21H Records, 2015)
  • In the Moment (Savant, 2018)

As sideman[edit]

  • Corey Christiansen – Roll with It (Origin, 2008)
  • Corey Christiansen – Outlaw Tractor (Origin, 2010)
  • Tim WarfieldA Sentimental Journey (Criss Cross, 2010)
  • Ralph PetersonThe Unity Project: Outer Reaches (Onyx, 2010)
  • Joey DeFrancescoNever Can Say Goodbye (HighNote, 2010)
  • Chuck LoebPlain 'n' Simple (Tweety, 2011)
  • Randy Johnston – People Music (Random Act, 2011)
  • JC StyllesExhilaration and Other States (Motéma, 2011)
  • Ed CherryIt's All Good (Posi-Tone, 2012)
  • Carmen Intorre Jr. – For the Soul (Random Act, 2012)
  • Greg Skaff – 116th & Park (Zoho, 2012)
  • Chuck Loeb – Silhouette (Shanachie, 2013)
  • Brad Allen Williams – Lamar (Sojourn/Soundsdifferent Music/Allegro, 2015)
  • Chuck Loeb – Unspoken (Shanachie, 2016)
  • Pat MartinoFormidable (HighNote, 2017)
  • Greg Skaff – Soulmation (Zoho, 2017)
  • Tim Warfield – Jazzland (Criss Cross, 2017)
  • Clark Gibson – Tri-Colored Eyes (Clark Gibson Music, 2019)

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