Sons of Daughters

by Sons of Daughters

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    Just got back from a great Midwest tour from 12-01-2010 to 12-06-2010 and we're SOLD OUT of CDs. Luckily you can still Download the sounds here.

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Limited CDr release of our debut recording.

Sons of Daughters. Everybody's mother is somebody's daughter, brother. Dig?

We were born through an unlikely union in Wisconsin. Having heard for months of young guns Aaron Darrell and Devin Drobka, Patrick Breiner traveled from his home in Madison, WI to Milwaukee in May of 2010 for a one nighter at the Jazz Estate. He showed up a half hour late and the band was already knee deep in an epic performance of "Autumn Leaves". Breiner stepped on stage to take a solo before the rest of the band even realized he had shown up. He didn't meet the bass player and drummer until the set break. It took about a minute and a half for them to start making jokes about farts and poo (a surefire sign that they would become thick as thieves.).

Soon after, Aaron moved to Boston to become a "real" certified jazz musician and Devin moved to New York City to pursue his dream of becoming a failed actor turned singing waiter on roller skates in midtown. Patrick stayed put in Madison, Wisconsin where he continues to undermine the lounge jazz scene one gig at a time.

This trio of brilliant young improvisers plays incendiary originals and reaches deep into the pantheon of jazz classics in order to deliver telepathy-laced shang-a-lang that transcends its geographical limitations.

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released September 29, 2010

Patrick Breiner - tenor saxophone
Aaron Darrell - bass
Devin Drobka - drums

Art by Devin Drobka

Designed and hand-screened printing by Connie Wang at Icon Artistry

Recorded by Jason Wietlspach June 12, 2010 near Milwaukee, WI

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Sons of Daughters New York, New York

"They looked like they used words like “dig” and “hep” unironically. They played like their hands were on fire."
- David Fitzgerald, Athens Flagpole

What began as a chordless jazz trio evolved into a three-headed improvising monster. Breiner, Darrell, and Drobka each contribute compositions ranging from wistful rubato ballades to reckless free jazz avalanches.
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