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The Peter Fish Group is a hard-hitting, jazz-funk fusion band led by Peter Fish, six-time Emmy winning composer and keyboard player extraordinaire. Playing alongside stars such as Tony Bennett, Keith Emerson of Emerson, Lake and Palmer, and Danny Seraphine of Chicago, his passion for music and his incredible talent allowed him to bring together some of the best musicians New York City has to offer. Together, they serve up an extremely tight, funky jazz group. His 2009 recording, Live at the 55 Bar, is a perfect representation of the caliber of music that this group brings to their performances. All of the pieces written by Mr. Fish showcase his Rhodes playing, as well as the artists in their habitat - knocking out grooves complex and rich that capture's the audience's attention. Supported by all-star musicians, they are: Benjamin Drazen, sax, (Rashied Ali, George Garzone) whose own group's album is due out from Posi-Tone Records in December; Paul Livant on guitar, who has played with Paul Simon, Donna Summer and Carly Simon to name a few; Waldron Ricks, trumpet, who played with Art Blakey, Roy Haynes, Wynton Marsalis; Billy Grant on bass, who worked with Oliver Lake, Living Colour, Kid Rock, and finally; Abe Fogle, drummer, currently with both Rob Thomas and Les Nubians, and who has also played with Kool and the Gang, D'Angelo, and Kelis. All get to show their musical prowess inside the infectious melodies that Mr. Fish has composed. When the band lets loose on Peter's songs, akin to grooves from Cannonball Adderley or Herbie Hancock circa '73, the sound is fresh and solid and its a guarantee you'll feel it. Their diverse musical backgrounds shine while they bring the lines to life. This group is no minor league ensemble as any listener will immediately realize. The Peter Fish Group is hard-hitting in the best way and it only takes one listen to convert even the toughest critic. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.