V a l e n t i n e   T r i o


2007 East Coast tour:
June: 23 Ann Arbor - Kerrytown Concert House
26 Buffalo - Whitewalls
27 Brooklyn - Barbes
28 Baltimore - An Die Musik
29 Philadelphia - Ars Nova
30 Columbus - Ice Factory?
July 1 Lexington - Mecca?


2007 East Coast tour: 


June: 23 Ann Arbor - Kerrytown Concert House

 
26 Buffalo - Whitewalls 

 
27 Brooklyn - Barbes 


28 Baltimore - An Die Musik


29 Philadelphia - Ars Nova


30 Columbus - Ice Factory?


July 1 Lexington - Mecca?

 

The Valentine Trio was begun as a tribute project to  the jazz cello great Fred Katz.   The first record was titled A Valentine for Fred Katz and featured Katz's compositions and others he recorded.  The bassist was Jason Roebke and the drummer was Glenn Kotche.  The second record, Other Valentines covered compositions by a diverse collection of composers including Gil Scott-Heron, Syd Barrett, Jeff Tweedy, Sun Ra, Cat Power, as well as originals by Lonberg-Holm and Roebke.  Frank Rosaly replaced Kotche, Roebke stayed on.  The third and most recent disc, Terminal Valentine, continues the same line-up and features original compositions by Fred Lonberg-Holm.  The music for this record was conceived of for his quartet Terminal Four.  After trying the charts with Roebke and Rosaly, he decided to develop the book with the trio.