February
16th 2012
The Jazz Session #347: Aaron Staebell

Posted under Drummers & Podcast

Drummer Aaron Staebell’s new CD is Bending and Breaking (2011). In this interview, Staebell talks about smashing different sounds and styles together to see what works; how a visit from John Hollenbeck caused him to finally perform his own compositions in public; why it’s important for him that his compositions have stories behind them; and why he likes living and working in Rochester, NY. Learn more at aaronstaebell.com and follow him on Twitter at @aaronstaebell.

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  1. Richard Kamins on 23 Feb 2012 at 7:43 am #

    It is always a treat when one listens to a musician who so loves what he does, loves to tell stories, puts the human element into the creative music experience and backs it up by being a darned good player. Thanks to you, Jason, I now know Aaron’s story and have discovered his music.

  2. Jason Crane on 23 Feb 2012 at 8:38 am #

    Thanks, Richard. I thought Aaron was a particularly thoughtful guest. I enjoyed this interview a lot.

    Jason

  3. 2012 Year in Review | AARON STAEBELL. on 21 Sep 2013 at 1:09 pm #

    […] –January 15: Being interviewed as a guest on Jason Crane’s “The Jazz Session”. Sarah and I went to New York and Jason asked me some of the most insightful, provocative questions about me and my music that anyone could have asked. You can hear the interview here, and if you havent, you might enjoy hearing some insight about my processes and tunes. http://thejazzsession.com/2012/02/16/the-jazz-session-347-aaron-staebell/ […]

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