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Episode 47: Tyler Burnett

Isamu Jordan / The Spokesman-Review

This is a bit confusing so bear with us. Tyler Burnett is not a person. It’s a band. That’s the easy part. It’s gets a little dizzying when you try to track the band’s history. Its roots go back to Montana, with two guys both named Bob Brown forming a prog-jazz band called D’Club La Peach in the early ‘70s. Both had sons who ended up playing together in a blues trio (sometimes quartet) called Tyler Burnett, combining the names of Tyler and Parker Burnett Brown. Still with us? Good. Because the result is a powerhouse jazz-inflected blues band with chops up the wazzu. This was an intimate set at Caterina but Tyler Burnett didn’t hold back, showing the band’s range and skills with both outstanding solos and well-crafted songs.

 
Tags: 7, Jazz, Montana, music

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