Press: Dave Milligan EPK

Dave Milligan

Press: Dave Milligan EPK

ABOUT

Dave Milligan is a highly versatile improvising musician whose musical imagination flows freely between multiple genres; most notably in the worlds of jazz and celtic music. As a performer, composer, arranger, musical director and educator — and having established himself early in his career as one of Scotland’s leading jazz pianists — his collaborations with some of the brightest artists in the folk music scene earned him a reputation as a hugely adaptable and creative force.

Includes downloadable tracks, liner notes and cover art

Watch a short intro video:

Introducing Dave Milligan, Scottish jazz pianist. (3:48)

LISTEN

2020 / 2021
Momento
Danilo Gallo (bass)
U.T. Gandhi (drums)

2008
Shops
Tom Lyne (bass)
Tom Bancroft (drums)

2003
Late Show
Tom Lyne (bass)
Tom Bancroft (drums)

2012
Big Like This
Corrina Hewat (harp/vocal)
+ 16 piece folk orchestra

For more on Momento, including downloadable tracks, and cover art, go to the MOMENTO PRESS PAGE

VIDEOS

The making of the Dave’s latest album ‘Momento’ (7:58)
(There’s) Always Tomorrow from the album Momento (7:30)
‘Snow On The Pines’ by the Colin Steele Quartet (6:06)
A trio improvisation. (4:14)

PHOTOS

MEDIA LINKS

 BANDCAMP
https://davemilligan.bandcamp.com/

 SOUNDCLOUD
https://soundcloud.com/davemilligan/

 FACEBOOK
https://www.facebook.com/davemilliganmusic

 TWITTER
https://twitter.com/milligandave

 INSTAGRAM
https://www.instagram.com/thedavemilligan/

SPOTIFY
https://open.spotify.com/artist/75FvEhPWC7iyyQsF6nGrFj

APPLE MUSIC
https://music.apple.com/us/artist/dave-milligan/90860630

PRESS QUOTES

THE INDEPENDENT

 “A pianist of quite astonishing verve and subtlety… a whirlwind tour de force.“

THE GUARDIAN

Excellent… He has a technique that opens rich possibilities in any contemporary piano style.”

THE HERALD

Scottish music, Jazz, Cuban rhythms – all let out with an entirely natural sense of flow.”

THE SCOTSMAN

“Dazzling music-making… he is equally at home in jazz and folk, and the genres are now deeply interlinked in his musical imagination.”