Yul Anderson is an American Pianist, Guitarist, Singer and Inventor who plays a blend of Jazz, Blues and Soul as well as European Classical of the 18th and 19th century. Anderson’s early musical influences was Gospel and Blues from Mahalia Jackson to BB King, Muddy Waters and Jimi Hendrix. In addition to his work as a pianist Anderson regularly gives guitar concerts with the title “Yul Anderson Plays Jimi Hendrix”.
In 2002 John Malkovich used Anderson’s solo piano version of Bob Dylan’s “All Along The Watchtower” in his directorial debut movie “The Dancer Upstairs” featuring Oscar winner Javier Bardem. In 2005 Anderson was nominated to the Nobel Peace Prize for his commitment and contribution to peace projects throughout the years. In his music Anderson blends influences from Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan to Johann Sebastian Bach; during his performances he interprets these influences as well as his own songs.
Yul Anderson Plays Jimi Hendrix “Hey Joe”, Cinemateket, 25.10.2016
Yul Anderson Plays Jimi Hendrix “Voodoo Child”
Yul Anderson Solo Piano, Tivoli Concert Hall
MP3 “Beautiful Distraction” (Piano/Guitar/Vocals by Y. Anderson):
MP3 “Watchtower” (Piano/Vocals by Y. Anderson):
MP3 “Eyes of the Sun” (Solo Piano by Y. Anderson):
MP3 “Earth Blues” (Guitar/Vocals by Y. Anderson / The Power Trio):