Dr. David Phy and Joe D

“David Phy, a Kentucky native and now New Orleans resident and professor at the University of New Orleans, jumps on the tailgaters’ bandwagon, swinging to both jazz standards and original material on the cleverly titled Me, Myself and Phy. With Phy playing tenor trombones, the low tones are enforced by the addition of bass trombonist Jeff Albert. This combination, plus the way the material is arranged, results in many of the selections having a big-band flavor as heard on Phy’s opener, “Gone After You.””

Read Geraldine Wyckoff’s full review at David Phy, Me, Myself and Phy (Album Review)

“Hardcore jazz fans should be swarming Steven David’s [NightClub] to hear David Phy and his quintet, the Jazz Standard….Backed by saxophonist Juan Turros, drummer Todd Smith, bassist Eric Renquist, pianist Etsuko Mader and trumpeter Mike Gonzales, The Jazz Standard has been raising the standard of jazz in Vegas.” -Columnist Jerry Fink

The Las Vegas Sun, Las Vegas, Nevada

Jump, Jive & Wail: The Music of Louis Prima!  Winner of Best Original Work of Theater 2012

[Director, Tom] Hook has assembled, an engaging powerhouse ensemble of soloists. The dynamic brass line drives the show with vivid force… David Phy’s trombone sounds like a big band unto itself.

The Times Picayune New Orleans, Louisiana

“There are lots of “trombone players” in New Orleans, but only David Phy can tell you what the view is from “the top of the heap!”.  -Jimmy Maxwell,The Jimmy Maxwell Orchestra- New Orleans, La

“David Phy is an excellent musician and professional, bringing considerable skills and energy to everything that he does.  He exhibits great passion and communicates well with a wide range of people, maintaining the big picture objectives while working on the smallest details.” Barry Spanier, Director of Bands, Tulane University

“David Phy’s rendition of Tommy Dorsey’s ‘I’m Getting Sentimental Over You’ is second to none!” – Victoria Reed, Entertainment Director, National WW2 Museum”