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in New York City to Academy Award-winning lyricist Dorothy Fields, David Lahm
classical piano at seven, and by fourteen had decided that jazz and pop music
were his true calling.
After studies at Amherst with George Russell and with Bill Evans at the School
of Jazz in Lenox, MA (where
his fellow students included Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry and Steve Kuhn), he
began a music career as a
pianist, composer and lyricist.
Lahm quickly found himself in demand, touring and recording with the Buddy Rich
Band and as house pianist and accompanist at the legendary Village Gate, where
he backed a who's-who of the greatest vocalists in New York City. Through the
1970s, Lahm worked consistently with guitarist Attila Zoller, Janet Lawson and
Richie Cole, did increasing amounts of cabaret work and wrote lyrics to many
famous jazz tunes, which were recorded by the likes of Mark Murphy and others.
By the end of the 70s, Lahm met vocalist Judy Kreston, for whom he would become
a steady accompanist and who he would eventually marry in 1990.
Throughout the 80s and 90s, Lahm continued work with Judy Kreston and recorded
several albums both with her and as a solo artist. By the early to mid 90s, Lahm
began work on his Joni Mitchell project, and in 1997 Lahm signed with Arkadia,
who released both volumes of his landmark work, Jazz Takes On Joni
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