Many jazz fans believe that above all else, music has to swing. This trio will suit them perfectly. Organist Larry Goldings (1968) first studied classical piano until, when he was twelve, he heard the music of Erroll Garner, Oscar Peterson, and Bill Evans. As a teenager he was taught by Keith Jarrett and Fred Hersch. Later he worked with vocalists Sarah Vaughan and Jon Hendricks and guitarist Jim Hall. In 1988, he began to learn the organ. Because he produced a totally unique sound, Goldings soon became a much-in-demand musician both inside and outside the jazz scene. In 1991 he formed his own trio and its members have never changed. ‘The best organ trio of the last decade,’ according to The New York Times. Guitarist Peter Bernstein (1967) is a household name on the New York jazz scene as is drummer Bill Stewart (1966). Their latest album is Toy Tunes.