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Kyle Eastwood Releases “The View From Here”
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Kyle Eastwood Releases “The View From Here”

Kyle Eastwood has released his sixth album as a band leader, entitled The View From Here. The effort comes 15 years after his solo debut, From There To Here, and serves as a sonic representation of his experiences and perspectives. “View From Here is a good bookend to my first album and also reflects that we are looking at a...

Kyle Eastwood Releases “Songs From the Chateau”
New Albums

Kyle Eastwood Releases “Songs From the Chateau”

Kyle Eastwood has released his fifth solo album, Songs from the Chateau. The nine-track collection pays homage to France, where he spends his time while not living in Los Angeles, and was recorded in Chateau Couronneau, a 15th century chateau in Ligueux. Eastwood, who doubles on electric and upright, has kept a steady band in a genre where artists often...

Kyle Eastwood Announces Tour Dates
Concerts & Tours

Kyle Eastwood Announces Tour Dates

Jazz bassist Kyle Eastwood has announced a tour of select U.S. cities for November, starting at the Blue Note in New York City and finishing up at the Paso Robles Film Festival in Paso Robles, California. Eastwood will be playing a variety of tunes, including songs from his latest release, Metropolitain. Along for the ride will be the rest of...

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Bunny Brunel reissue: For You To Play

Bunny Brunel‘s 1994 release, For You To Play, featuring eight original compositions. The album’s line up includes Mike Stern on guitar, Billy Childs on keyboards, Terri Lyne Carrington and Cliff Almond on drums, and a guest appearance by bassist Kyle Eastwood (on “One for Clint”). For You To Play track list: 1. New Blues 2. Champagne & You 3. For...

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Kyle Eastwood interview: composing, music and Metropolitain

Bassist Kyle Eastwood, in a recent interview with All About Jazz, talks about his life as a musician and his latest album Metropolitain. Eastwood has a varied career working as both jazz player and in film score production. “It’s like I have two musical beasts in me,” he admits. “One is the musician, the other the composer. One plays live...