The Third Arrangement

Hello one and all,

If you stumbled upon this, we are glad you made it here. We are a jazz/rock/soul group from South Jersey that formed in February 2016, and we have been steadily rehearsing and performing our material that has been written over the last 2 years.

Here’s our short BIO: The Third Arrangement is an 8 piece, story telling jazz-rock, pop, funk band from New Jersey. Employing tight rhythms and harmonies, smooth effects, and funky bass lines, they impose narrative-like lyrics in a style that brings you away from home and back again. With one year of shows under their belt, they have plans to record their debut album in the Spring/Summer 2018.

All of our members come from a background of performing and studying music. What started out as 4 guys coming together to work on original music. Lo and behold, a year later it turned into an 8-piece jazz-rock group. Our arrangements embody several permutations and branches of musical taste. We don’t cut any corners, and we seek out all that is available in music making.


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The Band:

Dominic Henry – bass/b. vocals

Frank C. Morley – guitars/euphoria

Nathan MacAdams – lead vocals/keyboards

Gregory Kuhn – trumpet, flugelhorn

Brandon Quinn Dixon – alto, tenor saxophone

Catherine Chambers – backing vocals

Elisa Grello – backing vocals

Corey Gallagher – drums

Upcoming 2018 Dates:

April 21, 2018 – time TBA – Bestfest Craft Beer and Music Festival – Clementon, NJ

July 26, 2018 – 8pm – The Grape Room – Philadelphia, PA 








Released March 29, 2019

Released September 4, 2017

Released April 29, 2017


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