Bucky Pizzarelli & Ed Laub Duo
"Pizzarelli is the complete jazz musician and Laub complements him perfectly."
All About Jazz Magazine
For more than six decades, the legendary Bucky Pizzarelli has had a stellar career. “The complete jazz musician”, he was a fixture in jazz and the studios since the early ‘50s. The list of big bands and vocalists with whom Bucky has performed and recorded reads like a veritable Who’s Who of Jazz.
One of the era’s most solid rhythm players, Pizzarelli was in demand, playing with Benny Goodman, Zoot Sims, Bud Freeman, and Stephane Grappelli, and recording with George Van Eps, Carl Kress and George Barnes. His superior mastery of the seven-string guitar is unparalleled. The beloved guitarist has an extraordinary personal style that sets him apart.
Seven-string guitarist and vocalist, Ed Laub, can be heard on Bucky's CD, "Three for All". Ed performs in concerts and clubs, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Feinstein’s, Smalls Jazz Club, The Iridium, Birdland, PNC Arts Center, Bickford Theatre, NJ-PAC, Berrie Performing Arts Center, and Les Paul Museum. For over a decade, he has been a consistent playing partner with his friend and mentor, Bucky Pizzarelli. Ed performs with artists as Gene Bertoncini, John Pizzarelli, Paul Meyers, Martin Pizzarelli, Howard Alden, Frank Vignola, and Jack Wilkins and has had special guest appearances with the late Kenny Rankin.
Early 2013, he released his first CD with Bucky Pizzarelli.