Saturday, June 27, 2020 – 6PM EDT • Live in the Soundscape from the Bradford Graves Sculpture Park, Kerhonkson, New York. A concert of new original music featuring Jamie Saft- organs, Steve Swallow- bass, and Bobby Previte- drums; streaming live, moderated by Live Concerts Stream.

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Jamie Saft, Steve Swallow, and Bobby Previte have released three albums on Rare Noise Records:

The New Standard (2014), Loneliness Road (with Iggy Pop, 2017), You Don’t Know the Life (2019).

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Jamie Saft will perform a live concert of original organ music, with special guest Vanessa Saft on vocals. Live video and streaming by Mustafa Baghat and Flicker Filmworks. Presented Live in the Soundscape from the Bradford Graves Sculpture Park, Kerhonkson, New York, by Verna Gillis and A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Food Pantry of Rochester and Ulster County Project Resilience.

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Jamie Saft – The Golden Scale (Live at the Piano Performance Museum) is out May 29. Listen:

The Golden Scale by Jamie Saft

Jamie Saft’s New Zion Trio – Jamie Saft, Bradley Jones, Hamid Drake

  • Feb 1 Paris, FR – Sons D’Hiver Festival
  • Feb 2 Wein, AT – Porgy & Bess
  • Feb 3 Kufstein, AT – Kulturfabrik
  • Feb 4 Wels, AT – Alter Schl8hof
  • Feb 5 Moscow, RU – DOM Cultural Center
  • Feb 8 Ferrara, IT – Jazzclub Ferrara

New release news: Bobby Previte, Jamie Saft, and Nels Cline will release “Music from the 21st Century” on Rare Noise Records, February 28, 2020.

Jamie Saft, Steve Swallow, Bobby Previte – You Don’t Know the Life (Rare Noise)

As with most of Jamie Saft’s records, the interweaving of originals and covers on You Don’t Know The Life is a mark of ingenious artistry at work. The multi-instrumentalist/composer and his simpatico compatriots create music that runs a remarkably broad gamut of emotions. And in its roughly forty-five-minute arc of feeling, a listener can end up equally drained and enlivened by this trio’s own journey through the heart and soul (and beyond).


All About Jazz – Mark Corroto’s Best Releases Of 2019

“…classic organ-trio textures, with hints of vintage R&B and near-ambient trippiness.”

– Harry Shteamer, Rolling Stone – The Many Sounds of Jazz in 2019: A Listener’s Guide

The Jamie Saft Quartet – Hidden Corners (RareNoise)

Downbeat – 2019: The Year’s Top-Rated Albums – 4.5 Stars

Tour Dates – Jamie Saft’s New Zion Trio February 2020

“It’s a one-of-a-kind thing. Jamie Saft, the high priest of acoustic groove and heir to Sun Ra’s spatial explorations, who also reigns over microtonal metal and maybe even rock-minded syncopation, is known for his unique, unwavering creative impulse.”

– Sons D’Hiver

February 1, 2020 – Jamie Saft’s New Zion Trio // Sons d’Hiver with Bill Laswell’s Method of Defiance, Paris.

February 3, 2020 – Kufstein, Austria // Kulturfabrik.

More performances to be announced.

“…and then there’s another song that was really the crucial harmonic basis for New Zion Trio….”

– Jamie Saft interview at Burning Ambulance

Jamie Saft Official channel launch on YouTube

Subscribe to Jamie Saft’s new YouTube channel for live performance content.  Today the channel launches with a solo jam on organ of Timmy Thomas’s “Why Can’t We Live Together.”

Tune in tomorrow for a premiere.  9am GMT | 5am US ET