New Studio Album
"LMSW"
Available February 16th, 2018

On iTunes, Bandcamp, and Amazon

LMSW CD Release
Cornelia Street Cafe
Thursday, February 1st, 2018


2 sets: 8PM & 9:30PM
29 Cornelia Street
New York, NY 10014
(212) 989-9319
www.corneliastreetcafe.com

LMSW - Zack Foley Quartet - New Studio Album Release
Music
Press
One of the most sublime and delightful finds on New York City’s youth-infused jazz scene.
When the Zack Foley Quartet performs, improvisation goes transcendental.
David Friend of Vanity Fair
Performances
  • September 13th, 2017 at 8PM
    Ibeam Brooklyn

    168 7th St.
    Brooklyn, NY 11215
    ibeambrooklyn.com

  • June 14th, 2017 at 8PM
    Ibeam Brooklyn

    168 7th St.
    Brooklyn, NY 11215
    ibeambrooklyn.com

Videos
Albums
Click on image for liner notes.
O John the Captive
Recorded live at the Somethin' Jazz Club in New York City, the Zack Foley Quartet reveals new inroads in their ongoing exploration of jazz harmony and rhythm through an honest and sincere approach bordering on the meditative. Guitarist Marvin Sewell joins the Quartet to expand their reach. In true bootleg manner, these recordings show a new approach into the sound of jazz to come.
Published by www.shortworks.co
Liner notes
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I Didn't Know What Time It Was
In this live recording at the Nuyorican in New York City, the Zack Foley Quartet explores nuances in vocal tone and rhythmic complexities that highlight surreptitious facets in classic standards as well as reveal hidden vocal landscapes yet undiscovered by contemporary jazz.
Published by www.shortworks.co
Liner notes
Zack Foley Quartet
"One of the most sublime and delightful finds on New York City’s youth-infused jazz scene is the Zack Foley Quartet. The combo can shift in mode or mood with felicity, from beguilingly relaxed to heavy improv to what they call their signature Zen-like 'jazz/rock/chant.' Foley’s attitude is ironic, defying romantic convention. He strips away the neat sentiments we associate with jazz standards and exposes the bare meaning—even artifice—at their root. The result is to reveal songs as small treasures, often tinged with the acknowledgment and acceptance of loss, songs that sparkle amid the otherwise cynical cacophony of the age. There is a depth of spiritual wisdom, psychic insight and struggle, and meditative practice that inform the music, throughout." - Vanity Fair

Zack Foley Quartet

We're just playing jazz. Jazz is simply an approach, a spirit, where anything can happen in the music, where anyone can play anything at anytime.
Because we all trust each other and care about each other, we are there to support one another and flow as a river.

Zack Foley vocals
Jesse Elder piano
Christopher Tordini bass
Devin Gray drums

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