Alan Broadbent was born in Auckland, New Zealand, and by the age of 19, he'd received a Downbeat Magazine scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston. In 1969 he was asked to join Woody Herman's band as his pianist and arranger, an association that lasted for three years. In 1972 he settled in Los Angeles and was soon invited into the studio scene as a pianist for the great Nelson Riddle, and also worked with David Rose and Johnny Mandel. Later, Broadbent became a member of Charlie Haden's Quartet West, touring the festivals of Europe, the UK and the U.S. It was while with this group that he won his second Grammy, an orchestral accompaniment written for Shirley Horn of Leonard Bernstein's "Lonely Town". As a soloist and with his jazz trio, Broadbent has been nominated for Grammys twice for best instrumental performance. Now he performs with Harvie S and Billy Mintz at the Jazz Forum in Tarrytown.
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The last date listed for Alan Broadbent Trio was Sunday, Oct 14, 2018 / 6:00pm.
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