Comprised of long-time friends and accomplished bandmates: Annie Booth (piano), Patrick McDevitt (bass) and Alejandro Castaño (drums), is playing the music of The Beatles through the jazz lens on Friday nights in January and February.
Denver based pianist and composer Annie Booth began the piano at a young age and started playing jazz in high school. She went on to study music at the collegiate level, earning a BM in jazz piano performance at the University of Colorado-Boulder in 2011. Annie has become a force in the Denver jazz scene with recent awards as Westword Magazine's winner in the "Best In Denver" jazz category for both 2015 and 2016 and a recipient of an ASCAP Young Jazz Composers Award. In addition to her notable work as a recording artist and bandleader, she is an accomplished side-woman, playing often at Nocturne with a number of bands and very recently featured in the Greg Gisbert Quartet tour of Mexico through the "New York Jazz All-Stars" concert series.
Patrick McDevitt is an upright and electric bassist hailing from Denver, Colorado. From playing as a sideman to local legends, to touring internationally, to working on the road with New Orleans' famed percussionist Mike Dillon, Patrick is a versatile and talented bassist who is prolific in a myriad of musical backgrounds.
Alejandro Castaño is a drummer, composer and educator in the Denver area. He has had the great opportunity to perform with some incredible musicians nationally and internationally including: Ron Miles, Eric Gunnison, Steve Turre, Ken Walker, Josh Quinlan, John Gunther, Bob Montgomery, Justin Adams and many more. Alejandro actively teaches privately and through great organizations like the Colorado Conservatory of the Jazz Arts, The Gift of Jazz, and Denver School of the Arts. Recently featured on two great album releases. One is the debut album of the Annie Booth Trio entitled “Wanderlust” and the other an Album by cuban born musician Aldo Salvent entitled “Da Capo.”
All three musicians were part of KUVO's 30 under 30 Musician Features