[Live Music] Killdeer Trio
Sat, Feb 24, 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

LIVE MUSIC

Killdeer Trio is an instrumental trio co-led by bassist Evan Jagels, drummer Sebastian Green, and guitarist Wyatt Ambrose.

The name Killdeer Trio comes from the “Killdeer” bird, commonly found in the Upstate NY — the region in which each member was raised, and now resides. Their music is deeply influenced by the rural environment in which it was conceived, reflecting both its quiet serenity, and constant invitation to explore the surrounding unknown. Killdeer Trio blends deep grooves, folk-like melodies, searing electric guitar, and free improvisation into a unique sound that rides the line between Modern Jazz, and popular music. Killdeer Trio released their debut self-titled album on May 11th, 2023.

Doors at 6:30, show starts at 7:00
$10 advance / $15 at the door
Space is limited

Evan Jagels is a versatile electric and acoustic bassist who has performed with artists such as Jerry Weldon, John Stowell, Arlen Roth, and Martin Bisi. He is a member of Blake Fleming’s (The Mars Volta, Sean Lennon) Shatter on Impact, and performs with NYC based free-improviser Nicole Brancato in Duo Extempore. Jagels has toured in Germany with Paul Berberich and Andreas “Scotty” Böttcher, the latter with whom he released “Night Service” in 2021 and “Acoustic Field” in 2023. www.evanjagelsmusic.com

Sebastian Green has recorded, performed, and toured with a variety of successful indie artists throughout the US and beyond. He is an in-demand sideman, having with worked with artists such as Palehound, Leafing, and The Currys. Green’s deep pocket and creative approach make him equally at home in rock, punk, jazz, experimental, and improvised music styles.

Wyatt Ambrose is a guitarist, composer, and educator based in central NY. He performs frequently in trio, duo, and solo formats, and has worked as a sideman with artists such as Eric Finland (Eric Krasno), Adam Ippolito (John Lennon), Keith Pray, and Joe Barna. In 2019 Wyatt performed with Lucy Wijnands in Tokyo, Japan and opened for the Ari Hoenig Trio at the New Haven Underground Jazz Festival. www.wyattambrosemusic.com