Eri Yamamoto Duologue



Born in Osaka, Japan, Eri Yamamoto began playing classical piano at age three, and within five years was composing her own pieces. Throughout her education she continued to study piano, as well as viola, voice, and composition, but when she came to the U.S. for the first time in 1995 and by chance saw jazz pianist Tommy Flanagan play, she knew she had found the kind of music she truly wanted to pursue. Later that year she enrolled in the New School's Jazz and Contemporary Music program, although she had never studied anything but classical music before. In 2000, she began playing regularly with a trio at Arthur's Tavern in Greenwich Village. In 2006, her fourth album as a bandleader, Cobalt Blue, with longtime players Dave Ambrosia (bass) and Ikuo Takeuchi (drums) behind her, came out on Thirsty Ear.



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Paolo Nutini

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Paolo Giovanni Nutini (born 9 January 1987[1]) is a Scottish singer, songwriter and musician from Paisley, Scotland.

Paolo Nutini's debut album, These Streets, was released by Atlantic Records in the United Kingdom in July 2006 and included the singles "Last Request", "Jenny Don't Be Hasty", "Rewind" and "New Shoes". "Last Request", the most successful, reached number five on the UK Singles Chart. The album peaked at number three on the UK Albums Chart and was certified 4× platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI).[2] The album remained in the album charts for a record-breaking 196 weeks.

In May 2009 Nutini released his second album, Sunny Side Up, which debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart and has produced four singles; "Candy", "Coming Up Easy", "Pencil Full of Lead" and "10/10". It has so far been certified 4x platinum by the BPI.[2] On 19 February 2010, it scooped "Best International Album" at the 2010 Meteor Awards.

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