The Stollers’s textured musical style is informed by rock, and folk. and jazz, with strains of classical music as well as world influences. But, regardless of genre, for The Stollers the song is the thing.
Brad and Lesley Stoller are musician brothers, playing together since a long time. They’ve had many performing incarnations, many lapses, and have written many, many, songs. But, this time round they made a record. The album began as a monthly concert series at Parkside Lounge on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Those shows featured:
Geoff Wright, on bass; Sly Scott, on tenor sax and flute;Joe Bonadio on the drums, billed as ‘Stoller Bros Live.’
Then, with the addition of engineer/ co-producer, Don Wood, The Stollers entered the studio and reimagined the raw Parkside sets into a meticulously produced album: Stationary Sun. With the Parkside band providing it’s live core, additional NYC musicians contributed to the recording venture and will be credited in these pages.