The Pertinent Poop:
- The New Old Timers are a Brooklyn-based collective quartet, playing fiddle, folk, and country tunes through a jazz lens. They are currently celebrating the release of their eponymous debut album.
- The New Old Timers are: Jeremy Udden (alto, C-melody), Petr Cancura (tenor), Aryeh Kobrinsky (bass), Richie Barshay (drums).
The More Sexy Description:
The North East and the South have a lot more in common then you may think. The South is known for its rugged mountains and countryside, and so the music from there has names like “Country” and “Bluegrass”. The North-East has its own version of forests - full of fire hydrants, people and subways, and so the music from there has names like “jazz” and “modern-urban”. The New Old Timers integrates the old truths of fiddle and gospel tunes into a seamless new sound of saxophones, bass and drums.