Andrew Cheshire is among a (regretfully) not-so-endangered varieties: the undervalued modern jazz musician. His music defies easy categorization; while he’s performed and/or documented with top-flight bebop music artists like Marvin “Smitty” Smith and Kenny Barron, he’s also comfy playing in free of charge contexts with such uncompromising avant-gardists as drummer Jay Rosen and Cecil Taylor-sideman Dominic Duval. Cheshire’s lengthy, lissome improvised melodies float in and out of your time, however he’s possessed with a company, aggressive contact and profound feeling of golf swing that acts him well in virtually any context. Cheshire isn’t a “lick” or pattern-based participant a lot as he’s an inventive and spontaneous melodicist. What’s perhaps most amazing about Cheshire is the fact that he is completely self-taught — although on nearer examination that may well clarify the freshness and originality of his strategy. The actual fact that he’s no more well-known says very much about the unfortunate state from the jazz business by the end from the ’90s. Cheshire grew up on Long Isle. He started playing your guitar at age group ten. At 17, he relocated to Brooklyn by himself. There his music education was furthered by hearing records and going to jam classes at jazz night clubs around NEW YORK. In addition to the people musicians mentioned previously, Cheshire has used Walter Perkins, Don Friedman, Joey Baron, and Ron McClure, amongst others of notice. Cheshire may be the creator of his personal record label, Joule, that he has documented many albums; his 1998 launch Another View, was called to year-end TOP lists in Jazziz and Cadence publications. Cheshire right now lives in eastern Pa. Furthermore to producing music, Cheshire can be an achieved poet and article writer on jazz.