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DePue Brothers Band

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Employment History

Patuxent Music


Student

Towson University


Innovative Flatpicker and Composer

Flatpicking Guitar Magazine


Web References(79 Total References)


Australian Bluegrass News

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Made up of three of the most exciting instrumentalists on the scene today, this trio of fiddler Brittany Haas (Crooked Still), bassist Paul Kowert (Punch Brothers), and guitarist Jordan Tice (Tony Trischka) have come together on their debut album, you got this, to use their string band roots to engage in close dialogue.
It's also the fuel that's powered their careers so far: Brittany Haas exploring fiddle traditions with Bruce Molsky, Darol Anger, and Alasdair Fraser; Paul Kowert's ground-breaking work with The Punch Brothers and now Dave Rawlings Machine, and his studies with Edgar Meyer; Jordan Tice's ensembles and recordings with like-minded artists like Noam Pikelny and Casey Driessen. For example, "Grandpa's Cheesebarn," a tune composed by Jordan Tice, brings together alternate banjo tunings, Norwegian dance tunes, hard-rocking folk rhythms, and Debussy-like string arrangements. "Tell Me Whatcha Gonna Do Now" trades off a gorgeous, pastoral guitar line from Tice with Haas' devilishly syncopated fiddling, incorporating sudden moments of softness and tranquility. Filed Under: Artists, Australian Bluegrass News, CD ReleasesTagged With: Brittnay Haas, Jordan Tice, Paul Kowert


Artists

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Made up of three of the most exciting instrumentalists on the scene today, this trio of fiddler Brittany Haas (Crooked Still), bassist Paul Kowert (Punch Brothers), and guitarist Jordan Tice (Tony Trischka) have come together on their debut album, you got this, to use their string band roots to engage in close dialogue.
It's also the fuel that's powered their careers so far: Brittany Haas exploring fiddle traditions with Bruce Molsky, Darol Anger, and Alasdair Fraser; Paul Kowert's ground-breaking work with The Punch Brothers and now Dave Rawlings Machine, and his studies with Edgar Meyer; Jordan Tice's ensembles and recordings with like-minded artists like Noam Pikelny and Casey Driessen. For example, "Grandpa's Cheesebarn," a tune composed by Jordan Tice, brings together alternate banjo tunings, Norwegian dance tunes, hard-rocking folk rhythms, and Debussy-like string arrangements. "Tell Me Whatcha Gonna Do Now" trades off a gorgeous, pastoral guitar line from Tice with Haas' devilishly syncopated fiddling, incorporating sudden moments of softness and tranquility. Filed Under: Artists, Australian Bluegrass News, CD ReleasesTagged With: Brittnay Haas, Jordan Tice, Paul Kowert


depuebrothersband.com

• Jordan Tice, Special Guest, Guitar
DePue Brothers Band: WEAPONS OF GRASS CONSTRUCTION • Jordan Tice, JORDAN TICE Jordan Tice is a guitarist and composer from Annapolis, Maryland. He graduated from Towson University in 2009 and now makes his home in Boston, Massachusetts, where he works as a guitarist, composer, producer, and teacher.


www.jordantice.com

Young Annapolis native Jordan Tice picks the daylights out of his flattop guitar.
Jordan cites each of these works along with the many others recorded by sidemen on the dates (e.g. Jerry Douglas Skip, Hop, Wobble, Edgar Meyer Short Trip Home) as primary influences on his music. Jordan’s tastes stretch still further into the realm of contemporary jazz. In fact, Jordan’s mentors, Tom Lagana and Rob Levit, are jazz guitarists. Though his ringing steel string solos and driving rhythm playing immediately betray their bluegrass pedigree, Jordan creates his solos against the backdrop of jazz influenced harmony. he exciting sum of these influences, here wonderfully captured in Jordan’s first release for Patuxent Music, is marked by excellence in both execution and omposition. Jordan Tice - guitar


Instructors - Ossipee Valley Music

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They include: Crooked Still; Steve Martin, Tony Trischka, & Bela Fleck; Darol Anger's Republic of Strings; 4tet; Cahalen Morrison & Eli West; Alasdair Fraiser & Natalie Haas; Russ Barenberg, Abagail Washburn & The Village; The Waybacks; Yonder Mountain String Band; Jordan Tice & Paul Kowert; Kai Welch; Dan Trueman; The Tuttles with A. J. Lee; Joe Walsh & Owen Marshall; and as it says on her website, "ETC."!
Jordan Tice Hailing from Annapolis Maryland, Jordan Tice is an innovative flatpicker and prolific composer of acoustic music. The son of two bluegrass musicians, he grew up playing with various bluegrass bands and singer/songwriters around Maryland until 2005 when he enrolled at Towson University to study music composition on full scholarship. He released his debut recording of original music at the age of 17 on Patuxent Records and has since released 2 more recordings of his music to rave reviews. He has worked with the likes of Mark Schatz and friends, Frank Wakefield, Darol Anger, and Tony Trischka. He has been featured on the cover of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine and played the music of Steve Martin commissioned for New York City's esteemed "Shakespeare in the Park" series in Central Park in summer 2012. Jordan currently plays in the trio Haas Kowert Tice with fiddler Brittany Haas and bassist Paul Kowert.


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