Saturday, May 24th, 2008 --
Adam Caine (guitar) + Nick Lyons (sax) ++ Jenny Graf Bibulah (electronics)
is a guitarist, improvisor and composer. He grew up in Rochester, New York and studied music at the University of Rochester. Since 2000 he has played with various groups in New York City and throughout the United States. He has performed with Connie Crothers, Paul Smoker, Daniel Carter, Ken Filiano, Glen Branca, Haale, and the New York Soundpainting Ensemble. Current projects include The Caine Trio, The Adam Caine & John McCutcheon Duo, The Sweetblood Quartet, and New York 69 with drummer Kevin Shea. Adam's 2005 CD, "PIPE," received rave reviews in the Wire and Cadence magazine.Nick Lyons
is an improvising alto saxophonist living in Brooklyn, NY since 2005.
He graduated from the Oberlin Conservatory in 2004 with a Bachelor of Music degree and relocated to San Francisco, where he performed as a freelancer until returning to New York City in January 2005.
Recently, Nick has performed throughout the Northeastern US with his trio, the Adam Caine/Nick Lyons Duo, and with, among others and in various formations, pianist Connie Crothers, tenor saxophonist Lorenzo Sanguedolce, bassist Adam Lane, pianist/vocalist Kazzrie Jaxen (formerly Liz Gorrill), and bassist Ken Filiano.
Nick has recorded several projects and plans to release duo albums with Adam Caine and pianist Carol Liebowitz in 2008.
Jenny Graf Bibulah:
A Visual, sound and performance artist, Miss Gräf works independently and in long-term collaborations with individuals and groups. Her work includes several long-term collaborations with people with Alzheimer’s including The Guitars Project, in which 6 women with Alzheimer’s developed strategies for playing electric guitar. She is also one of the creators of the Hilgos Foundation Scholarship, which supports intergenerational artistic collaborations. For over ten years she has recorded, toured and played in Metalux. She is currently working on a Western for which her new music project Harrius will create the score. She is professor of Mass Communications at Harford Community College where she works with students on looking and listening.Recordings on Load, Ehse, Hanson, Veglia, No Fun Productions, Resipiscent