Nate Chinen

Nate’s Contributions


05/13/13    The Gig

The Gig: Left, Right & Lincoln Center

Departures, crossovers and agents of change


05/08/13    Features

Bassic Training: Christian McBride Picks 5 Formative Tracks

From Bootsy to Jaco, the bassist knows his bassists


05/07/13    Features

Christian McBride Lays Down Roots

At 40, the gifted and ubiquitous bassist mentors an impressive new generation


04/12/13    The Gig

The Gig: The Geezers & the Punks

The jazz generation gap


03/13/13    The Gig

The Gig: Remembering Pete La Roca Sims

School of La Roca


02/01/13    The Gig

The Gig: 2012 in Gigs

Nate Chinen's most memorable shows of the past year


12/20/12    The Gig

Nate Chinen's The Gig: On Set

To wait to review or not to wait: good question


11/21/12    The Gig

The Gig: In the Tradition(s)

Karriem Riggins broadcasts on multiple frequencies


10/14/12    The Gig

The Gig: Jacob Garchik's 'Atheist Gospel Trombone Album'

Recording the "unrecordable'


09/08/12    The Gig

The Gig: Kickstart My Art

Nate Chinen on the phenomenon of fan-funded recordings

07/22/12    The Gig

The Gig: Live at the Village Improv

Nate Chinen on Jazz and Comedy


07/04/12    Features

Tim Berne: Snakeoil Salesman

What does his new major-label exposure mean to an avowed avant-gardist?


06/19/12    The Gig

The Gig: Reed Switch

Nate Chinen on clarinetists who make the switch to tenor saxophone

05/17/12    The Gig

The Cabaret Card and Jazz

Nefarious nuisance or blessing in disguise?


04/23/12    The Gig

John Levy: Boss Bass

Nate Chinen on the bass legacy of this historic jazz businessman


03/17/12    The Gig

The Gig: Goin' Home

Nate Chinen on Charlie Haden and Hank Jones' 'Come Sunday'

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