B i o g r a p h y
Organist Jared Gold's emergence as one of the New York area's most in-demand musicians comes from years of dedication and respect to his instrument. With such notable inﬂu-ences as Larry Young , Jack McDuff, and Don Patterson to draw upon as a foundation, the emphasis on ﬁnding his own voice has now clearly taken precedence and required Gold to construct his own unique philosophy based on
extending harmony and solidifying the groove.
Gold's latest release, titled Metropolitan Rhythm (2015, Posi-Tone), features his working trio of veteran guitarist Dave Stryker and up-and-coming drummer Kush Abadey. Gold ties together big cities from New York to Sao Paulo with three new compositions and some wonderful remakes of familiar songs by a broad spectrum of composers including Paul McCartney, Thelonious Monk, Filó Machado, and Joe Henderson.
Following the successes of his previous seven releases, all
on Posi-Tone, Jared has accu-mulated many accolades, including winning the 2013 Rising Star on Organ critics poll in DownBeat Magazine. His ﬁrst seven releases are Solids &
Stripes (2008), Supersonic (2009), Out Of Line (2010), All
Wrapped Up (2011), Golden Child (2012), Intuition (2013), and
JG 3+3 (2014).
With the powerful combination of his obvious talent, the blessings of an affable personality and his unbelievable versatility and musicianship on the bandstand, Gold has been pro-vided with the opportunity to work with many established veterans and can be seen performing regularly with his own group and appearing steadily alongside in the working groups
and recordings of John Abercrombie, Dave Stryker, Oliver Lake, Ralph Bowen and David Gibson.
Gold, a New Jersey native and graduate of William Patterson
University's Jazz Program, keeps a busy schedule of domestic and international tours, but can still be found in playing organ on the weekends in local New Jersey churches and running his self started company, JG3 Tech, where Gold builds folding portable midi organs and ultra-lightweight portable midi bass