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200ster-O2-Jazz-Club / Konzert "TIPTONS" LIVE from NEW YORK

SPECIAL zum 200sten - O2-Jazz-Club / Jam-Session - FR - 01. Mai 2015 - 20:15 Uhr - O2 im HAUS DER MUSIK - Musikschule in LAMBACH, Salzburgerstr. 17 - Konzert mit The Tiptons Sax Quartet - LIVE from NEW YORK- Es ist uns eine besondere Freude zum zweihundertsten O2-Jazz-Club, der als Musikerstammtisch begann, The Tiptones auf ihrer Welttournee im O2-Jazz-Club im Rossstalllambach begrüssen zu dürfen. The Tiptons Sax Quartet aus New York-City begeistern mit Funk - Jazz - World - Soul - Groove - Eastern - European Klezmer and Beyond… Nach dem Konzert ist die O2-Jam-Session angesagt. Jeden 1. Freitag im Monat - Einladung an alle Urgesteine, Talente, Legenden, JUNG/ALT-MUSIKER auf die Bühne zu gehen oder als Besucher und Nicht-Musiker zu lauschen - let's swing and groove bis das Licht ausgeht !! Einfach vorbeikommen und die Rhythmen & Schwingungen spüren. Ein grooviger Abend - nicht nur für Jazz-Freunde. OÖN+AK-CARD € 9, -/ € 11, - Reservierungen:


The Tiptons Sax Quartet cover genres from micro-big band, gospel, bluegrass, and Balkan to whimsical jazz and nocturnal funk. The Tiptons have been touring Europe and the US since 1993 and have released 10 recordings. The Tiptons Sax Quartet are Amy Denio, Jessica Lurie, Tina Richerson, and Sue Orfield. Enjoy the driving force of horn splendor created by this historic all-women sax quartet! Listen to the Tiptons and we thank you for your support!

Tiptons April 2015 European Tour!! April 16 – May 4

Ciao a Tutti! We are excited and getting things in order for our Spring European tour – we’ll be performing in Austria, Germany and Italy. Below is the short list but please see our calendar page for more detailed information and updates! We still have some concert dates open and are looking for concerts in the north of Germany, Slovenia and Croatia.

Other news – we had a very successful west coast Mythunderstandings tour in January, performing our live music, video and storytelling perfromance piece with Salish storyteller Paul “Che-okten” Wagner in Seattle and Arcata, Ca. We also toured all the way down to Santa Monica from Seattle, wowing audiences of all ages. We also got to teach some really fun workshops to students at the Cornish School of music in Seattle as well as the Humboldt State University music dept. There were some unforgettable moments of improvisation and conduction! We were able to film the Mythunderstandings piece for 3 nights and are now editing the editing the footage.  We’ll have a short promo and also full documentary film done soon!

Thanks for supporting live and new music!

Review of STRANGE FLOWER in AllAboutJazz Italia, May 2011

LIVE review and interview with Salzburg Plus Television GmbH at JAZZIT, March 2011

Review of Concert at Brooklyn Public Library, March 2011

Tiptons in Downbeat Magazine, March 2010!

Review of LAWS OF MOTION by author Rick Moody

Review of LoM in Rolling Stone, Latin America!

Review of TSUNAMI

More nice things people are saying about The Tiptons Sax Quartet….

“…a mix of oneiric rhapsodizing and jump-band scat.”

Jon Garelick, The Boston Phoenix

“The quartet, with lead composers Amy Denio and Jessica Lurie, gravitates to funk and the bitter edge, using both saxes and voices. The group’s diverse experiences are embedded in the set.”

Karl Stark, Philadelphia Inquirer

“…The rich, brassy sounds of all those saxes never leaves you wanting there to be a guitar or piano; they handle all the chores just fine by themselves, and then some. Back in the Swing Era, all party music was driven by a lot of horns. The Tiptons Sax Quartet: Laws Of Motion makes me wonder why party music couldn’t be that way again.”

Victor Aaron, Something Else! Prestige Records

“The Tiptons are one of my very favorite bands these days. Beautiful arrangements that are both funky and swinging, amazing solos, and, increasingly, incredibly beautiful vocalizing. They range far over the map in terms of their interests, but wherever they alight, there’s something moving, strange, beautiful, and new. No one else surprises me as much and with such stunning musicality.”

Rick Moody, author of The Ice Storm