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Jared Gold

Jared Gold

born on 1/1/2000

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Jared Gold (organist)

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Jared Gold is a jazz organist. He has performed internationally and recorded with some of the best jazz artists. In 2008, his first solo album, Solids & Stripes, was released by Posi-Tone Records. The album features Randy Napoleon (guitar), Seamus Blake (tenor sax), and Mark Ferber (drums).

Gold appears on two CDs with guitarist Randy Napoleon and drummer Quincy Davis. These are Enjoy the Moment and Randy Napoleon: Between Friends. The first is a collaboration between Gold and Napoleon and prominently features two of Gold's compositions. He is also featured on The Dave Stryker Trio CD, The Chaser, the Avi Rothbard Trio CD, Going Somewhere, the William Ash Trio CD, Broadway Alley, and the Dan Pratt Organ Quartet's Springloaded.

Gold plays the Hammond B-3. He has been influenced by Larry Young, Jack McDuff, and Don Patterson, and believes in extending harmony and solidifying groove.

He continues to work with established veterans the best up and coming artists, including Dave Stryker, John Abercrombie, Ed Cherry, Jon Gordon, Oliver Lake, Bill Goodwin, Adam Nussbaum, Jimmy Ponder, Ralph Bowen, Bruce Williams, Cecil Brooks III, Don Braden, Ralph Peterson, William Ash, David Gibson, John Swana, Randy Napoleon, and Tony Reedus.

In 2004 Dave Stryker included Jared in his newly formed organ trio with drummer Tony Reedus. This trio performs often. Gold appeared at Chez Hanny in 2005 with the Dan Pratt Organ Quartet. In 2007, he toured the UK with the Randy Napoleon Trio.[1]


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