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Sabertooth

Not to end up being confused with a Philadelphia-based alternate metal music group called Sabertooth or perhaps a North California-based hardcore music group referred to as Sabertooth Zombie, the group profiled with this bio is really a jazz-oriented body organ combo from Chicago. The Windy City’s Sabertooth continues to be …

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Carl Michel

Carl Michel began taking part in the cornet in senior high school music group, but found your guitar after getting inspired by many rock and roll and blues guitarists. He started playing jazz during his university years in Minneapolis and Austin, including himself in music tasks in both towns and …

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Melvin Sparks

Although not an enormous name in jazz, Melvin Sparks brought his Offer Green-influenced electric guitar to a number of soul-jazz and organ combo recordings from the later ’60s and early ’70s. A fan of jazz in addition to R&B and blues, the Houston indigenous took up your guitar at 11, …

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Noble “Thin Man” Watts

The 1950s R&B scene was rife with fire-breathing tenor sax honkers. Noble “Thin Man” W was perhaps one of the most incendiary. W enrolled at Florida A&M College or university in 1942 (his mates in the institution marching music group included potential jazz luminaries Nat and Cannonball Adderly). The Griffin …

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Robinella

Robinella & the CC String Music group may be the brainchild of mandolinist Cruz Contreras, who formed the group’s precursor, the Stringbeans, in 1997 even though attending the University or college of Tennessee in Knoxville like a jazz piano main. The bluegrass band’s co-founder was vocalist/guitarist Robin Ella Tipton, looked …

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Oliver Sain

Being a performer so when a manufacturer, Oliver Sain exerted an influence over the evolution of St. Louis spirit and R&B that’s rivaled just by that of his good friend and infrequent collaborator Ike Turner. Created March 1, 1932, in Dundee, MS, Sain was the grandson of Dan Sane, the …

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RJ Spangler

Detroit drummer/maker/supervisor RJ Spangler is really a journeyman musician who did very much to resurrect the professions of some forgotten blues performers. A flexible performer, Spangler provides performed with such luminaries as Martha & the Vandellas, Adam Carter, Big Jay McNeely, and many more. Introduced to jazz and blues by …

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Jimmy Forrest

An excellent all-round tenor participant, Jimmy Forrest is best-known for saving “Night Teach,” a track that he “borrowed” from your last section of Duke Ellington’s “Happy Move Lucky Local.” During senior high school in St. Louis, Forrest caused pianist Eddie Johnson, the renowned Fate Marable, as well as the Jeter-Pillars …

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Roy Milton

As in-the-pocket drummer of his personal leap blues combo, the Sound Senders, Roy Milton is at a perfect placement to operate a vehicle his outfit just like hard or soft as he thus desired. Along with his stellar feeling of golf swing, Milton did that; his constant backbeat on his …

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Nils Wogram

Innovative jazz trombonist and composer Nils Wogram has performed and documented in a multitude of settings from single to huge ensemble, and it has released more than 20 albums being a leader or co-leader. Wogram was created in 1972 in Braunschweig, Germany, with age 12 he started traditional training on …

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