Tim Price Jazz-A-Delic to Perform at Exit Zero Jazz Festival – Nov 9-10

  • Tim’s unique approach to playing combined with his passion and enthusiasm compel you to listen to him.
  • Do you know Tim Price? He’s a honking, screaming, funky tenor saxophonist.
  • Outrageously great clarinet playing!

Multi-faceted saxophonist and electric bassoonist Tim Price is comfortable playing a wide range of music, having performed with rock and soul icons like Aretha Franklin, Chuck Berry, Ike Turner, Lloyd Price, Screaming Jay Hawkins and Dr. John as well as jazz greats like Sonny Stitt, Jack McDuff, Don Patterson, Benny Green and Candy Dulfer. He spent years in the trenches with the big bands of Tommy Dorsey (under both Murray McEachern and later Buddy Morrow), Cab Calloway and Harry James. He’s also been part of Ernie Krivda’s Fat Tuesday big band and his bassoon was part of the Lawrence “Butch” Morris Orchestra at the 2004 Vision Festival in New York City. A veteran of the jazz organ bar circuit, Price has also been comfortable jamming with Lynyrd Skynyrd and Bob Weir’s Ratdog.

Twice a year, every Spring and Fall, sensory experiences go on overload in Cape May when the Exit Zero Jazz Festival stages its world-class music fest. Music can be heard everywhere in Cape May – on the streets in the form of New Orleans style second line parades, in the clubs and restaurants bursting at the seams with music and energy and on the concert stages where international touring artists throw down at what has become known as one of the most respected and creative jazz festivals in the country.

Tim Price Jazz-A-Delic, Cape May, N.J. Brewing Company Hops Pass Club Series 11/9-10/19

In this debut Exit Zero Jazz Festival appearance, the Reading, Pennsylvania native and Berklee College of Music graduate (Class of 1973) will showcase his Jazz-A-Delic project, drawing on jazz, world-beat and R&B. Tim will be accompanied by some talented musicians.

  • Mike Armando – guitar
  • Andrew Golba – bass
  • Gene Linefsky – drums

Said fellow saxophonist and Boston-based educator Jerry Bergonzi, “Tim’s unique approach to playing combined with his passion and enthusiasm compel you to listen to him. He always surprises me with his inventiveness. I am a Tim Price fan.”

A woodwind wiz, Price switches from alto to tenor to soprano and baritone saxes, then alternates between bassoon and clarinet in a given set, performing passionately on all of his horns. Jazz magazine said, “His bassoon improvisations are well constructed and convincing of a player at one with himself and instrument” while The Cleveland Plain Dealer wrote, “He plays with a power and imagination on all his horns. One of the baritone saxophone artists to listen for. Swinging clarinet as well.” He may also break out his oboe, nadaswaram and ethnic flutes in Jazz-A-Delic’s eclectic set drawing on jazz, world-beat and R&B.

“Tim Price is one of a kind. Not only does he posses incredible talent and a vast amount of knowledge, he’s willing to share it with other people, which is rare. I have benefited enormously from Tim’s advice, friendship and large CD collection (haha). I count on him as friend and mentor, and I only wish he would come and live in Holland so I could bother him every day with all questions relating to saxophones and music.” –Candy Dulfer

“Tim’s unique approach to playing combined with his passion and enthusiasm compel you to listen to him. He always surprises me with his inventiveness. I am a Tim Price fan.” –Jerry Bergonzi

”Do you know Tim Price? He’s a honking, screaming, funky tenor saxophonist. He also played in our Tenor Madness performance and turned out Frosty 2.” –Philadelphia Jazz Project

“Outrageously great clarinet playing!” –Michael Brecker

“Tim Price is one of the real ones ! A good friend and a great player!” –Phil Woods

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Mike Armando

Jazz/Blues guitarist Mike Armando was the guitarist for Screamin' Jay Hawkins in the 1970's.


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