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The song is a twangy tribute to the scenic Arizona town. The Bottle Rockets, a muscular Missouri band, will perform a set of original material before serving as Crenshaw’s backing ensemble as he revives his tradition-minded 1980s hits like “Someday, Someway.” Anthony Maniscalco, the producer who works as Hook n Sling, established his reputation as a prime party-starter with the 2011 dance hit “Take You Higher.” The song underpins the sort of placid folk-pop associated with his fellow Australian Vance Joy with an uplifting electronic pulse. Well into its third decade as a wonderfully unconventional country band, the Mavericks continue to create daring music for adventurous listeners. Dave Rawlings and his longtime collaborator Gillian Welch may not be prolific, but almost all of the folk-based music they’ve created is immensely profound.
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Largo, released in 2002, contains electronics and input from rock and classical musicians; later examples include touring and recording with guitarist Pat Metheny, writing and playing song cycles for classical singers Renée Fleming and Anne Sofie von Otter, composing orchestral pieces for 2009's Highway Rider, and playing electronic keyboard instruments in a duo with drummer Mark Guiliana.
Aspects of pop, rock, and classical music, including German Romanticism, have been absorbed into Mehldau's writing and playing.
Through his use of some traditional elements of jazz without being restricted by them, simultaneous playing of different melodies in separate hands, and incorporation of pop and rock pieces, Mehldau has influenced musicians in and beyond jazz in their approaches to writing, playing, and choice of repertoire.
In 1989 Mehldau was part of saxophonist Christopher Hollyday's band that toured for several months; as a result of playing so often with one group, Mehldau was able to assimilate the music of Wynton Kelly and Mc Coy Tyner, his two principal influences on piano up to that point, and began to develop his own sound.