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Oz Noy, Jimmy Haslip and Anton Fig

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September 28, 2024

About the Artist

BIOGRAPHY

"It’s Jazz. It just doesn’t sound like it.”  This is how virtuoso guitarist Oz Noy describes his intoxicating blend of jazz, funk, rock, blues, and R&B.
 
From his humble beginnings in Israel, Oz Noy embarked on a musical journey that would lead him to the pinnacle of the international music scene. Starting his professional career at 13, he honed his skills in jazz, blues, pop, and rock music. By turning 24, he had already established himself as one of his country's most sought-after studio guitar players.
 
Since he arrived in New York in 1996, Oz Noy has been a force to be reckoned with in the international music scene. His unique and intoxicating style defies the norms of instrumental guitar music by strongly emphasizing the groove. This unconventional approach has captivated audiences worldwide, making him a true innovator in his field. 

Bassist Jimmy Haslip has been the choice of Allan Holdsworth and Robben Ford. A unique low-end stylist like no other, he keeps things grounded and propelled forward.

The Oz Noy Trio is rounded out with Anton Fig on drums. Fig has recorded and performed with Ace Frehley, Link Wray, Kiss, Cyndi Lauper, Bob Dylan, Madonna, Joan Armatrading, Paul Butterfield, Mick Jagger, and hundreds more. In 1986, he joined the Late Show with David Letterman – a position he held for 29 years until the show ended. During that run, he played with the world’s most excellent musicians, including Miles Davis, James Brown, Bruce Springsteen, Tony Bennet, Steve Winwood, and Pete Townshend, to name just a few.

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