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Palimpsest 2011 Bio
Pal – imp - sest: a parchment, or the like, from which writing has been partially or completely erased to make room for another text... The jazz project from singer/songwriter/instrumentalist Tyrone Noonan of No 1-charting, ARIA (Grammy equivalent) award-winning, multi platinum-selling Australian band george...
Posted by: Howzit on Friday, May 27, 2011
Palimpsest 2008 Update!
Pal â€“ imp - sest: a parchment, or the like, from which writing has been partially or completely erased to make room for another text...
Posted by: Howzit on Wednesday, February 13, 2008
... the jazz project from singer/songwriter/instrumentalist Tyrone Noonan of No.#1 charting, ARIA-award-winning Australian band george...
â€śIâ€™ll Bet You Thought Iâ€™d Never Find Youâ€ť, from the bandâ€™s debut self-titled
album, has been licensed as Track 1 on both the CD and vinyl versions of the top
2008 UK Nu Jazz compilation Messinâ€™ Around Vol. 5; while the remix version is set for release on UK radio/club DJ Russ Dewburyâ€™s upcoming â€śJazz Roomsâ€ť
compilation (Mr Bongo Records).
Palimpsest creates a timeless, yet current sound that takes the listener on
an entrancing journey across continents, cultures and song writing eras, fusing
elements of swing, Latin, soul, folk and modern grooves and melodies.
Palimpsest Goes 7" Vinyl! + New gig "Big Arvo In" April 16 2006
Posted by: Howzit on Saturday, April 01, 2006
Palimpsest will soon be releasing a limited edition 7" vinyl single through the new Sydney-based
The single will feature two latin tunes from the Palimpsest album... stay tuned for more details!
Palimpsest will also be performing at the annual Caxton Hotel Big Arvo In, Brisbane on April 16, 2006..
go to this website for more details: The Big Arvo In 2006
Palimpsest 2006 BIO
Palimpsest has kicked off 2006 with some fantastic local shows, inc. Springfield Lakes, The Brisbane Jazz Club, The Press Club and The Caxton Hotelâ€™s Big Arvo Inâ€¦
Posted by: Howzit on Saturday, April 01, 2006
PALIMPSEST 2005 BIO
After a succesful national debut album tour in October/November 2004, Palimpsest went on to wow the crowds at the 2004/05 Woodford Folk Festival and 2005 ST Kilda Festival, and has since been performing regularly to rapturous applause at prestigous QLD events inc. the 2005 Valley Jazz Festival and Qld Design Awards.
Posted by: Howzit on Monday, August 08, 2005
PALIMPSEST RAVE REVIEWS (UPDATED)!!
Palimpsest receive rave reviews from Indie Cds.com, The Courier-Mail (Brisbane's only daily newspaper), Rhythms Magazine, Time Off Magazine, Drum Media, The Northern Star CokeBuddy.
Posted by: padmin on Thursday, February 24, 2005
2004 ALBUM & NATIONAL TOUR PRESS RELEASE
Posted by: padmin on Saturday, October 16, 2004
Palimpsest is the debut solo project from singer/ songwriter / instrumentalist Tyrone Noonan of No #1 charting, ARIA-award-winning Brisband george.
Bringing his soaring and powerful vocals into the jazz arena, Tyrone is backed by some of the countryâ€™s top jazz musicians for Palimpsestâ€™s debut national self-titled album release (Oct. 18 - through Shock Records) and October-November tour.
Palimpsest creates a timeless, yet current sound which takes the listener on an entrancing journey across continents, cultures and songwriting eras, fusing elements of swing, Latin, soul, folk and modern grooves and melodies.
The band began in Brisvegas in the late 90s, inspired by artists such as New York pianist Brad Mehldau with the idea of re-interpreting popular/modern songs in a jazz style.
In keeping with this tradition, the debut album mixes original compositions - from goosebump-causing ballads to swinginâ€™ numbers - with a deep re-interpretation of â€śExit Music: for a filmâ€ť (Radiohead), a Brazilian funk version of â€śAshes to Ashesâ€ť (David Bowie) and a fast Cuban take on â€śAmericaâ€ť by our own Vince Jones.
Yet the album also tips a hat to the â€śgolden ageâ€ť of songwriting, including classics â€śHow Insensitiveâ€ť and the up-tempo â€śAgua De Beberâ€ť by Brazilian legend Antonio Carlos Jobim, swing standard â€śLullaby of Birdlandâ€ť, the lively Latin-flavoured â€śIâ€™ll Bet You Thought Iâ€™d Never Find Youâ€ť, Paul McCartneyâ€™s â€śJunkâ€ť and Celtic traditional â€śBlack Is The Colour of My True Loveâ€™s Hairâ€ť.
The album ends with a classy dance floor-friendly â€śnu Latinâ€ť remix of â€śIâ€™ll Bet You Thought Iâ€™d never Find Youâ€ť by Pacfica, featuring top Japanese DJ Chikashi.
Donâ€™t miss your chance to see Tyrone perform these and other amazing songs with some of the countryâ€™s top jazz musicians on this special debut album and national tour, with guest soloists and top support acts at many shows!
â€śJazz offers such a wonderful opportunity to explore all the treasures music has to offer,â€ť says Tyrone. â€śIt can embrace elements of almost any style of music, and within its structure allows room for great improvisation.â€ť
2004 ALBUM BIOGRAPHY