Pete Levin | Möbius

In a diverse music career spanning several decades, keyboardist/arranger Pete has performed and recorded with hundreds of Jazz and Pop artists – including Paul Simon, Annie Lennox, Miles Davis, David Sanborn, Lenny White, Wayne Shorter, Jaco Pastorius, Robbie Robertson and John Scofield – receiving critical accolades for his work during a 15 year association with the legendary Gil Evans, and his 8 year stint with jazz icon Jimmy Giuffre.  In 1990 he released his first solo album, “Party in the Basement,” for Gramavision, followed by “A Solitary Man” and “Masters In This Hall” in 1991.  Following four CDs for Alternate Mode Productions during the ’90s, Pete returned to the cutting edge as a band leader with “Deacon Blues,” while also returning to his first love, the Hammond Organ.  Spending the next few years performing in the classic organ trio format, Pete released two albums, “Certified Organic” and “Jump!”, featuring guitarist Dave Stryker and drummer Lenny White.  He also organized a reunion band with alumni of the Gil Evans Orchestra of the ’70s.  “The Monday Night Band” recorded a live album in New York City.  Currently, Pete records and tours in a jazz quartet with his brother, bassist Tony Levin, “The Levin Brothers.”