Adi Meyerson

Bassist/Composer/Educator

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Downbeat Magazine - Where We Stand Record Review - 4.5 stars

"Adi Meyerson's skills on acoustic bass are deep, her chops strong. Her instincts are not to show off, but to enhance the music and the talents of her colleagues. Compositions on her debut are extraordinary." Full review HERE

Downbeat Magazine - "Players" feature and interview

"Intuitive and perspicacious, she displays a musical maturity that belies her newcomer status." Full article HERE

Hot House Magazine, "Fresh Takes" 2018

Read full interview and article HERE

All About Jazz - Where We Stand reviews

"Adi Meyerson can compose strong, memorable tunes both in the mainstream jazz style and in more open, progressive formats." Full review HERE

"Where We Stand is an excellent debut that promises more to come. Let's welcome it!". Full review HERE

"No TREBLE" Magazine Interview

"Although Meyerson’s prowess on the bass is evident, the album focuses on the compositions. Her holistic writing style allows her to focus on what we love to do as bass players: support." Full interview HERE

Textura Magazine - Review & Interview

"Throughout this stellar debut, Meyerson distinguishes herself as a sure-footed player and composer possessing a natural talent for extending blues-bop writing into the present day with strong melodies and arrangements."

Full article HERE

Bass Player Magazine review - Where we Stand

"“TNT” and “A D Train” especially highlight her equal-parts talent as a writer and a player." Full review HERE

Midwest Records Review - Where We Stand

" ...this is an instrumental set of swinging post bop that sounds like a lost Blue Note session. Written over a period of five years, she certainly knows how to keep a gentleman waiting for the good stuff. Purely smoking throughout."

Full review HERE 

Jazz Weekly review - Where We Stand

"Meyerson shows her strength when teaming with Abadey on the deep grooves or going lyrical with King, making her own voice heard as a leader who supports. Impressive!".  Full review HERE

 

Goldmine magazine review - where we stand

"The jazz record of the month has to be the incredible self-released hard bop debut of bassist/composer Adi Meyerson." Full review HERE

 

Downbeat Review - Champian Fulton Trio Album "speechless"

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"bassist Adi Meyerson maintains a sturdy yet supple foundation. (Her vital contribution to the soul-tinged “Later Gator” is even more enthralling, full of punch and panache)."