THe ANDY STATMAN TRIO - Jim Whitney & larry eagle


In addition to the Andy Statman Trio, Jim Whitney appears in many musical worlds as a bassist. He is an original member of the jazz-bluegrass fusion group The Wayfaring Strangers, and has performed with such acting stars as Meryl Streep, John Goodman and Philip Seymour Hoffman as a member of the group Parabola, under the direction of composer/conductor Carter Burwell. He has appeared with jazz notables Anthony Braxton, Bill Frisell and Alan Dawson, and has worked with bluegrass luminaries Richard Greene, Tim O'Brien, David Grisman and Darol Anger. Also a proficient electric bass player, he appears in the country-rock group Miller's Farm, and is a member of singer/pianist Debbie Deane's soul and groove trio. Jim has toured extensively, having performed in Europe, Japan, Singapore, Israel, Central America, New Zealand, Canada, and much of the U.S.

Drummer and percussionist Larry Eagle keeps his musical portfolio diversified.  He's a founding member of Bruce Springsteen's Sessions Band (which won a Grammy for traditional folk music), and played on R&B/Soul artist John Legend's Grammy-winning second album.  He's played on a Blues Grammy nominee (with Odetta), a Country & Western Grammy nominee (with Andy) and recorded albums with bluegrass superstar Ricky Skaggs and powerful jazz/soul singer Lizz Wright.  Larry has performed on The Tonight Show, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Good Morning America, PBS, the BBC and an ice-breaking Baltic Sea ferry out of Naantali, Finland.