On my left hand I’ve transcribed from Moment’s Notice John Coltrane’s solo. I’m also harmonizing the solo a 10th higher with my right hand. I’m an award-winning pianist, known for jazz, I but play many genres of music. You can find me on Facebook.com/MaxHolmMusician. You can reach me at [email protected] . MaxHolm.com.
This is an original composition of mine (copyright # 1-6018358091) © 2017, arranged by me and featuring the following players from the Berklee Global Jazz Institute: Daniel Szczepanski – Trumpet Ethan Santos – Trombone Noam Tanzer – Bass Taehyun Kim – Drums Max Holm – Piano, Composer, Arranger
I previously missed this nice review on All About Jazz of my album with Jeff Coffin and the Crescent Super Band, The Inside of the Outside: Jeff Coffin With Caleb Chapman’s Crescent Super Band: The Inside Of The Outside By JACK BOWERS January 12, 2016 Jeff Coffin with Caleb Chapman’s Crescent Super Band: The Inside of the Outside The first time woodwind artist Jeff Coffin...
2016 has been a great year! Just completed my 1st semester at Berklee College of Music and am now entering my 4th semester after getting credit for college courses previously taken in high school, plus testing out of a bunch of classes. Here are some compositions I wrote this past year. I’ve compiled them into an album called SWEDEN SONGS. Check them out: MaxHolm.Bandcamp.Com
The Nashville Independent Music Awards have given my album with Jeff Coffin, Branford Marsalis, Victor Wooten, and The Crescent Super Band the 2016 Best Jazz Album Award! I’m featured on 8 of the 10 tracks, and get top billing on SWEET MAGNOLIAS, Track #8. You can check out the tracks at http://earuprecords.com/release/the-inside-of-the-outside/
Original composition, THE CANTLEBARY SONG. Applied for US Copyright license, case #1-3309674321. Composed and arranged by Max Holm. Performed by Max Holm and the Brubeck Jazz Quartet 2015-16: Max Holm, piano; Tim Angulo, drums; Emmett Sher, guitar; Zane DeBord, bass. Free download at BandCamp.
Released in mid-December, my album with Jeff Coffin & The Crescent Super Band, where I play piano on 8 of the 10 songs, THE INSIDE OF THE OUTSIDE, is still going strong, according to Jazz Week! WE ARE THE #1 MOST ADDED ALBUM BY JAZZ RADIO STATIONS! “At No. 1 on this week’s JazzWeek Jazz Chart, is Cyrille Aimée ‘Let’s Get Lost’ (Mack Avenue). Biggest...
Here’s a new recording I made a couple of days ago of Bill Evans’ “Blue in Green.” I know that Miles Davis took credit for this composition, which is featured on his album, “Kind of Blue.”
So happy to announce the release tomorrow, December 4, 2015 of my first professional album, THE INSIDE OF THE OUTSIDE, with Jeff Coffin and the Crescent SuperBand, featuring Special Guest Artists: Randy Brecker – trumpet Rashawn Ross – trumpet Branford Marsalis – tenor saxophone Roy ‘ Futureman’ Wooten – percussion Victor Wooten – electric bass Trombone Shorty – trombone Robertico Garcia – trumpet Pedrito Martinez –...
Here’s a recent studio recording of my original composition, THE COMING 2015 Copyright #: 1-2916027901 Performed by the Brubeck Institute Jazz Quartet Max Holm – Piano Emmett Sher – Guitar Zane DeBord – Bass Timothy Angulo – Drums
Theme Song to Breaking Into Reality composed by Max Holm, July 2015. Copyright 2015
I just delivered the theme song for the new talk show BREAKING INTO REALITY on AfterBuzzTV.com, E! Entertainment’s Maria Menounos’ channel,which gets over 10 million online viewers per day. The premiere of the show will be sometime in early to mid-July. Big stars from Reality TV will be guests on the show. Here’s the theme song on SoundCloud. © 2015 Max Holm via BMI. https://soundcloud.com/…/max-holm-intro-breaking-into-reali…
I’m hard at work this week, rehearsing for the new album I’m recording next week (as part of the Crescent Super Band) with Jeff Coffin. I’m really excited to report that there are going to be some incredible GUEST ARTISTS on this album, all Grammy-winners! Branford Marsalis Victor Wooten Randy Brecker and Jeff’s Dave Matthews Band bandmate, Rashawn Ross! Plus there are more guest artists to...