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Debbie Poryes

A veteran from the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay Region jazz picture, Debbie Poryes is a bop-oriented acoustic pianist whose melodic and introspective performing continues to be influenced by Costs Evans (the pianist, not the saxophonist), Marian McPartland, Ahmad Jamal, and pre-fusion Herbie Hancock. Poryes continues to be playing the …

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John Sciullo

Pianist John Sciullo learned from the very best — he studied privately for just two years with one of the biggest pianists ever, Vladimir Horowitz. Subsequently, Sciullo started performing in public areas frequently, playing at such New York-based locations as Carnegie Hall, the Alice Tully Hall, as well as the …

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Tim Fischer

Flamboyant modern cabaret crooner and actor Tim Fischer was created in the town of Delmenhorst in 1973. A fan of tune from a age, Fischer produced his first open public appearance at age 15. At 17, he shifted to Hamburg and became a member of the Schmidt movie theater, ultimately …

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Kathleen Bertrand

Atlanta is definitely known for mating great music artists, and jazz vocalist Kathleen Bertrand is another in the legacy. With her three-octave range, Bertrand provides captivated viewers worldwide. In 1999, she individually released Most of Me to open up hands at jazz channels all over the world. Paths from that …

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Tosca

Inspired by the task lately, great Argentinean tango king Astor Piazzolla, Tosca may be the brainchild of Glover Gill, former pianist/accordionist/body-art mascot for Austin, TX, neo-swingsters 8 1/2 Souvenirs. Gill constructed the septet in 1998, when the golf swing revival were running its program. Perhaps considering he’d honed in on …

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Janet Klein

With her sleek bob haircut (usually using a flower or two placed just so), vintage dresses, strikingly beautiful looks, and artfully customized ukulele, Janet Klein may seem at first to be always a simple novelty act, a Generation X hipster ironically recreating the subtly naughty look of the fin-de-siècle French …

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Zac Johnson

Zac Johnson rose through the retail record shop ranks to function for those Music Guidebook purely as the consequence of an accounting mistake. Although he was originally employed in like a pop editor, the lure of types and zeroes and hardcore data-linking known as to him and today he spends …

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Szymon

A talented but troubled multi-instrumentalist and vocalist/songwriter whose honeyed falsetto and pure pop acumen didn’t enter the general public sphere until 3 years after his loss of life, Szymon Borzestowski’s evocative mixture of folk, pop, and electronica occupied that impalpable nice place between inclusive and otherworldly. Given birth to in …

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Harry Sukman

Chicago-born music prodigy Harry Sukman produced his concert debut in 1925, at age 12, even though still in senior high school offered as an accompanist to violinists Mischa Mischakoff and Louis Persinger, and cantor Joseph Rosenblatt. He afterwards done radio being a pianist and conductor, and transferred to Hollywood in …

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Mike Clark

Having uncovered dance music and DJing on the tail end of the initial disco era in 1979, Detroit local Mike Clark submerged himself in the early-’80s post-disco era and continuing developing his DJing skills through the entire ’80s and ’90s and in to the early 2000s among the Engine City’s …

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