Hayden Powell Trio


Hayden Powell – trumpet
Eyolf Dale – piano
Jo Skaansar – double bass

New album “Circadian Rhythm and Blues” out on September 25th


Trumpet player and tunesmith Hayden Powell is originally English, but grew up in the Norwegian jazz festival town of Molde. His trio presents original and playful chamber jazz, full of detail and dynamics. Their most recent album, Roots and Stems, was released in October 2013 and their next is just round the corner.

This new work will be Powell’s most ambitions to date, a double album of both trio and solo material that picks off where Roots and Stems ended – and continues in a distinctly new direction. Recorded in a Copenhagen studio and a church in Oslo, this album is set to mark a new chapter in Powell’s career.

Hayden Powell Trio has gained plenty of live experience and excels in intimate venues where they can connect closely to the audience. Since releasing their first album The Attic in 2011, they’ve played more than 60 concerts all over Norway, including Moldejazz, Nattjazz, and Nasjonal Jazzscene Victoria. They’ve also made several appearances abroad and look to expand on this in coming years.

A trumpeter on the ascendance … there’s the sense that this is an album that couldn’t have been made anywhere but Norway … an album with undeniably broad appeal (John Kelman, All About Jazz, on Roots and Stems)

More info:
Hayden Powell Trio press sheet
Hayden’s biography

A taste of our current album
Circadian Rhythm and Blues (2015)


Press photos
Technical rider

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Releases featuring Hayden Powell Trio

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The Attic

Released 16.Sep 2011
on Inner Ear (INEA13)

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Roots and Stems

Released 25. October 2013
on Periskop (PSK101)
Also available on Vinyl

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Circadian Rhythm and Blues

A double album of trio and solo material

Released on September 25th 2015 on Periskop (PSK103)

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