Before he began leading his own jazz group, pianist Randy Waldman made an appropriate living for quite some time like a session musician and arranger, focusing on from jazz to pop to R&B to film soundtracks. Waldman started playing piano at age group five and performed using the Northwestern University or college music group while still in senior high school. After graduation, he was employed to tour with Frank Sinatra; his next gig was using the Lettermen, and he relocated to LA. He toured with Minnie Riperton, Lou Rawls, Paul Anka, and George Benson, the second option of whom employed Waldman to become his musical movie director and arranger for another seven years. Ultimately, Waldman stop to focus on his studio room work, that his reputation have been continuously growing. Waldman performed piano (and sometimes trumpet) on a multitude of recordings by high-profile performers, and a variety of major-studio film soundtracks. Waldman’s co-arrangement from the Western Side Story track “Someplace,” on Barbra Streisand’s The Broadway Recording, received a Grammy in 1985. Through the ’90s, he branched out into periodic production are well. In 1998, Waldman finally released his 1st solo recording, Wigged Out, by himself Whirly Parrot label; offering his fresh trio of bassist John Patitucci and drummer Vinnie Colaiuta, the record presented ten traditional compositions provided jazz remedies. Waldman subsequently authorized to Concord Jazz, and released the follow-up, UnReel, in 2001, offering jazz interpretations of familiar Television and film tracks and themes.