The Jim Hall Trio with Julian Lage performs at the 2013 Newport Jazz Festival. Adam Kissick/NPR hide caption

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The Jim Hall Trio with Julian Lage performs at the 2013 Newport Jazz Festival.

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Newport Jazz Festival

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Jim Hall Trio With Julian Lage, Live In Concert: Newport Jazz 2013

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One of the finest guitar players in jazz history — who made all those classic records with Sonny Rollins, Bill Evans, Ron Carter and so on — is still at it at age 82. Fittingly, Jim Hall's rhythm section at Newport is top-shelf international caliber: Scott Colley (bass) and Lewis Nash (drums). And Julian Lage, a much younger guitar phenom, joined in a cross-generational confab of guitar heroes.

Personnel
  • Jim Hall, guitar
  • Scott Colley, bass
  • Lewis Nash, drums
  • Julian Lage, guitar
Set List
  • "Big Blues" (Hall)
  • "All the Things You Are" (Kern, Hammerstein)
  • "My Funny Valentine" (Rodgers, Hart)
  • "In a Sentimental Mood" (Ellington)
  • Free Improvisation
  • "Eatrice" (Lage)
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