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Leonieke Scheuble • Debut



Leonieke (phonetically pronounced "lay-o-nee-ka") started to play piano after being inspired by Ray Charles through the 2004 biographical film, "Ray" At the age of 7, she began studies with Jazz pianist, Steve Ash.
As her love of Jazz, Soul and Gospel motivate her to develop her musical skills, Leonieke has been afforded some wonderful opportunities at a very young age.
Among them, would be winning the 2013 International Women in Jazz "Youth in Action" Award -eligible to female jazz musicians under 18 years of age presented in performance at St. Peter's Church in Manhattan (The Jazz Church).
A two-time featured artist at The Watchung Arts Center, Leonieke was also featured at the 2012 FusionFest, and has performed in Jazz Vespers along with Steve Turre, Tim Ries and Bill Crow. She is often invited to sit in at various New York City Jazz Clubs.
In July of 2012, Dr. Lonnie Smith met Leonieke and watched a youtube of her performing on piano. After learning that she had an interest in jazz organ, he arranged for a Hammond organ to be delivered to her as a gift. Earlier that year, Bob Belden, (former A&R Blue Note records) introduced her to Herbie Hancock and has since become a mentor, guiding her mainly through recordings. Radio station WBGO Jazz 88.
3FM featured Leonieke in interview along with trombonist Coleman Hughes in an hour long special entitled, "The Future of Jazz (10/2/13).
On October 13 2013, she recorded her debut CD engineered by Trustees Award Grammy winner, Rudy Van Gelder, widely recognized as one of the most important engineers in music history. She returned to his studio again on November 17th and was joined by Jazz drumming legend, Jimmy Cobb.
Leonieke aspires to continually grow musically, composing more of her own music.
This recording, entitled "debut", features Leonieke on both the Hammond B-3 organ and a Steinway concert grand piano. She is joined by Tim Givens on double bass and her sister Natasha Scheuble on vocals. Jimmy Cobb and her dad, Nick Scheuble share the drum responsibiliies. It is recorded by Rudy Van Gelder and his assistant Maureen Sickler and is produced by the gifted composer/pianist Cecilia Coleman.


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Leonieke (fonéticamente se pronuncia "lay-o-nee-ka") comenzó a tocar el piano después de ser inspirada por Ray Charles a través de la película biográfica de 2004, "Ray". A la edad de 7, empezó los estudios con el pianista de jazz, Steve Ash.
A medida que su amor de Jazz, Soul y Gospel motivar a ella para desarrollar sus habilidades musicales, Leonieke ha sido otorgada algunas oportunidades maravillosas a una edad muy joven.
Entre ellos, sería ganar los 2013 Internacional de la Mujer en el Jazz Award -eligible a músicos de jazz femenina menor de 18 años de edad se presenta en el rendimiento en la iglesia de San Pedro en Manhattan (La Iglesia Jazz) "Juventud en Acción".
Un artista invitado en dos ocasiones en el Centro Watchung Artes, Leonieke también fue presentado en el 2012 FusionFest, y ha actuado en Jazz Vísperas junto con Steve Turre, Tim Ries y Bill Crow. Ella es a menudo invitado a sentarse en en varios Nueva York Clubs de Jazz.
En julio de 2012, el Dr. Lonnie Smith se reunió Leonieke y observó un youtube de su desempeño en el piano. Después de enterarse de que tenía un interés en el órgano de jazz, se organizó un órgano Hammond que se entregará a ella como un regalo. A principios de ese año, Bob Belden, (ex A & R de Blue Note Records) le presentó a Herbie Hancock y se ha convertido en un mentor, guiándola principalmente a través de las grabaciones. Estación de radio WBGO Jazz 88.
3FM contó Leonieke en entrevista junto con el trombonista Coleman Hughes en una larga hora especial titulado "El futuro de los Jazz (02/10/13).
El 13 de octubre de 2013, grabó su primer CD diseñado por el ganador del Premio Grammy Trustees, Rudy Van Gelder, ampliamente reconocido como uno de los ingenieros más importantes de la historia de la música. Ella volvió a su estudio de nuevo el 17 de noviembre y fue acompañado por la leyenda del jazz tambores, Jimmy Cobb.




1. MOANIN': Leonieke, organ/ Tim Givens, double bass/ Jimmy Cobb, drums.
2. I WANT JESUS TO WALK WITH ME: Leonieke, piano/ Tim Givens, double bass/ Nick Scheuble, drums.
3. AIN'T NO SUNSHINE:Leonieke, organ/ Tim Givens, double bass/ Nick Scheuble, drums.
4. SUNNY:Leonieke, organ/ Tim Givens, double bass/ Nick Scheuble, drums.
5. BLUE MONK: Leonieke solo piano.
6. ANGEL EYES: Natasha Scheuble, vocal/ Leonieke, piano/ Tim Givens, double bass/ Jimmy Cobb, drums.
7. AU PRIVAVE: Leonieke, organ/ Tim Givens, double bass/ Nick Scheuble, drums.
8. SLOW FREIGHT: Leonieke solo piano.
9. CRY ME A RIVER: Natasha Scheuble, vocal/ Leonieke, piano/ Tim Givens, double bass/ Jimmy Cobb, drums.
10. MORNING:Leonieke, piano/ Tim Givens, double bass/ Nick Scheuble, congas.
11. COLD DUCK TIME: Leonieke, piano/ Tim Givens, double bass/ Nick Scheuble, drums.
12. SUMMERTIME: Leonieke, organ/ Tim Givens, double bass/ Jimmy Cobb, drums.
13. I'M SO GLAD: Leonieke, organ/ Tim Givens, double bass/ Jimmy Cobb, drums.

Tracks 2,3,4,5,7,8,11 recorded October 13, 2013 at Van Gelder Recording Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
Rudy Van Gelder engineer, Maureen Sickler engineering assistant.
Tracks 1,6,9,10,12,13 recorded November 17, 2013 at Van Gelder Recording Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
Rudy Van Gelder engineer, Maureen Sickler engineering assistant.
Both Sessions produced by Cecilia Coleman and Nick

Released Jan 06, 2014








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