The Confluence Project

Select album to play

previous next
Other Albums from Andy Hunter
Think Like a Mountain

Confluence is a brand new album release coming November 3, 2017 on River Records. With voices from New York, Stockholm, Munich, Michigan and Köln, a unique opportunity presented itself to record this creative and exciting music with Adam Nussbaum – Drums, John Goldsby – Bass, Tim Collins – Vibraphone, Johan Hörlén – Saxophone and Andy Hunter – Trombone.


Modern Swinging Jazz, steeped in the melodic and harmonic tradition of the 1950’s and 1960’s. Saxophonist Johan Hörlen and trombonist Andy Hunter frame their agile instrumental skills in a variety of compositions that showcase the pair as improvisers. The arrangements vary from punchy and tight ensemble playing to open and intuitive gestures, with inspiring and sympathetic
playing from sidemen Adam Nussbaum on drums, John Goldsby on bass and Tim Collins on vibraphone. UPDATED OCTOBER 2017: sample some tracks from the album with the media player above, or watch the YouTube album trailer below. The band will be on tour promoting the new album throughout the fall 2017, both leading up to and after the November 3 offical release date. Concerts include:

Sunday, Sept. 10 – StadtKirche Darmstadt – Darmstadt, Germany
Tuesday, Sept. 12 – Workshop – Basel, Switzerland
Tuesday, Sept. 12 – Bird’s Eye Jazz Club – Basel, Switzerland
Wednesday, Sept. 13 – Bird’s Eye Jazz Club, Live Recording – Basel, Switzerland

Friday, Nov. 3 – Jazz Schmiede – Düsseldorf, Germany
Saturday, Nov. 4 – CD Release Concert @ JazzTube Festival – Bonn, Germany

Saturday, Dec. 16 – TBA
Sunday, Dec. 17 – Altes Pfandhaus – Cologne, Germany


The album is available for preorder from the artist HERE (see the link below). Preordered albums will be shipped immediately upon the release date, November 3 2017. Starting November 4 it will also be available on iTunes, CDbaby, Amazon, and Bandcamp.  CLICK BELOW TO PREORDER THROUGH PAYPAL.

Ship to (REGION)

The Confluence Project
Eh’ Neeky
WDR Big Band

previous next