The uniquely quirky and absolutely legendary Jeff Goldblum joins journalist John Heilemann on a very special episode of The Recount’s Hell & High Water podcast to discuss his evolution as a jazz musician with his band The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra. Discover how one appearance on a late-night talk show led to a record deal that has spawned two albums – “The Capitol Studios Sessions” & “I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This” – the first of which debuted at number one on jazz album charts. Goldblum reflects on his life as a multidisciplinary artist and how his acting and improvisational skills have influenced his music, and vice-versa. Stick around until the end to see Jeff Goldblum play the piano in a special performance.
Watch the full episode of this interview by clicking here, where you can also learn more about Goldblum’s acting career – from his breakthrough role in The Fly to the Jurassic Park movies, and the latest season of his documentary series, The World According to Jeff Goldblum.