What’s New


“Having grown up in an era when live jazz recordings were commonplace, I believe the organic difference created when performing in front of an audience is really magical.  With the new CD, Beegie has proven this once again.  It’s a genuine pleasure to hear her, along with Roger and Chris, relax, stretch out and share their real-time experience with us.  I enjoyed from first note to last.” 

Jeff Steinberg, composer/arranger

“Whether you’re a fan of the intimacy of the Beegie Adair Trio’s regular Thursday night stand in Nashville or you love the romping swing of their concert offerings around the globe, you’ll feel immediately transported to your favorite seat in the house when you hit the “play” button on your copy of “The Real Thing”, Beegie’s first live CD project.  Recorded at the Nashville Jazz Workshop on one of the best Steinway pianos of any jazz venue, with one of the best jazz audiences anywhere, all the right elements are in place to optimize this effort.  I suspect Mulligan and Torme would have enjoyed this title track version of their lovely tune as well as the other offerings on the disc.  I’m sure you will, too.”


The Los Angeles Times

“There are lots of piano players around, but one of the best is a lady named Beegie Adair. After listening to her latest CD, I realized, here is something very special. When you have great musical ears and the talent to use them, you have something special…enter Beegie Adair! Do yourself a big favor. Get the CD, your favorite jug (whatever that happens to be), sit down and have a listen. I believe you will love this CD as I do.”

Mundell Lowe, jazz master/guitarist

“I have all of Beegie’s CD and love them all, but if I were to single out any of them it would be my first collection of Gershwin, Ellington, Rodgers, Berlin, Carmichael. It was purchased in Canada for me by my dear friend Agnes who is a concert pianist and has now gone profoundly deaf, but amazingly can still play. Both Myself and Husband adore Christmas and 2 years ago purchased the Christmas DVD which plays for the month of December on our big screen in the conservatory. Love you.”

Linda (Ireland)

Beegie’s piano work is very much like Sinatra’s vocal style-finely crafted, elegantly non-chalant, subtle yet interesting, and always swinging.

Jazz and Blues News