Music

Shades of Silver

Mr. Magic
Road Song
Walking on the Moon

The Chuck Anderson Trio

Match Sticks
Exit Blues
Wind Mist
Night Hawk

Silver, Schreiber and Coccio

Catalyst
Myles from Home
Bird of Prey

The Nerve

Disappearing Mind
Invisible
Nymphonic

Curt Sheller Trio

Sway
I’ll Remember April
Summer’s Dawn

Albums

Night Hawk

The Chuck Anderson Trio’s latest album, Night Hawk, was praised by Guitar International:

ca2nhNight Hawk is a prime example of what makes the Chuck Anderson Trio special. The originality of Anderson’s compositions and his superior guitar work set the standard. Schreiber and Rick excel at what they do, providing the integral backbone of the trio. The selection of standards and new compositions are the ideal canvas for Anderson, Schreiber and Rick to work their improvisational artistry.

Read the full review on the Guitar International website.

Freefall

The Trio’s 2010 album, Freefall, was similarly praised.

caffThis album should be listened to by guitar masters who still want to learn how to play their instrument. Everyone else runs the risk of being enchanted by the proper expression of an instrument which has told the human story almost since the beginning of recorded history … Eric Schreiber on 5-string bass and Ed Rick on drums and percussion provide perfect foils for Anderson. At times Anderson and Schreiber function almost as one instrument: their playing is that well-coordinated.

Read the full review at All About Jazz.

Shades of Silver

ca2nh‘Shades of Silver’, a collection of new music featuring ‘The Nerve’, ‘Silver, Schreiber and Coccio’ (progressive fusion trio), and Scot Silver (acoustic solo). ‘Shades of Silver’ is on sale now.

Kaleidescape

ca2nh‘Kaleidescape’, Shades of Silver’s new album, is now on sale! Listen to sound clips and buy it now at CD Baby.

Flow

ca2nhFlow is ‘The Nerve’s’ latest album. Thirteen tracks of original music, written and performed by the group. On sale now.

The Nerve EP

ca2nh‘The Nerve’s’ 2009 EP on sale now.

How About More Uke?

‘The Curt Sheller Trio’s’ 2015 release.

ca2nhThis is definitely a soothing, finely calibrated and harmonically rich collection. With its ebullient rhythms, vivacious tempos, and unrestrained high-spirited melodies, listeners will without a doubt get carried away by this blissful album. The use of the ukulele adds a compelling dynamic and an astonishing vibe in every track of the album; it is ambitious, cleverly layered and electrifying.

Read the full review online. CD on sale now.