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Roger Dickerson

This pianist has performed and recorded along with his brother Dwight Dickerson, also a pianist. Neither sibling was mixed up in middle ’50s, when namesake but unrelated Roger Dickerson the trumpeter passed away, so their documenting credits shouldn’t be mixed up.

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Elizabeth Shepherd

Canadian pianist and singer/songwriter Elizabeth Shepherd continues to be carving a person sound and tone of voice by combining and matching noises of modern jazz, funk, spirit, samba, and blues for an ever developing audience. Elevated by ministers from the Salvation Military, she was aware of the sounds of the …

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Colin Steele

b. Scotland. Steele performed trumpet expertly from 1987, touring with Hue And Cry, but quickly made the decision that he didn’t treatment sufficiently for pop to keep with this genre. After 2 yrs in France, he relocated to London where he analyzed jazz in the Guildhall College of Music. In …

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Richard Collins

The idea of a Christian jazz ensemble may possibly place the lie to the original belief which the genre is only “the devil’s music.” Trombonist Richard Collins was an associate of the Tx Christian School Jazz Outfit in 2002, executing and documenting with special visitor musician trumpeter Conte Candoli. Talking …

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John Hallam

b. c. 1947, Britain. Playing clarinet from age 14, Hallam is at armed service and dance rings while still at college. He co-founded the Blue Lotus Jazz Music group, whose looks included a middle-60s gig at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Throughout their visit to the administrative centre, the band performed …

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Lars Bagge

While his professional name appears like a hotel clerk describing massive suitcases in pigeon English, this Swedish musician’s name of Eric Lars Otto Bagge practically needs large baggage merely to haul it around. Lars Bagge would certainly need a number of bags of varied sizes if he required all the …

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Jim Ryan

A philosopher and a saxophonist, Jim Ryan was even more known for the former until his decision to consider up jazz through the past due 1960’s. Frequently frequenting the defeat poet gatherings and free of charge jazz concerts that appealed towards the fringes from the artwork world, he started to …

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Don Archer

Some listeners might think the thing that originates from Iowa is corn, but you can find musicians there aswell. So when they reach discussing their influences–the music artists, not really the corn –the name of Don Archer invariably arises. Archer is definitely a guitarist who produced a huge noise over …

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Tony “Ham” Guerrero

Jazz flügelhorn and trumpet participant Tony “Ham” Guerrero was created Feb 20, 1944, in San Angelo, TX, and began monitoring music at age eight. In his teenagers, Guerrero started playing in regional dance/rock and roll & roll rings, before finding jazz and touring through the entire U.S. and Canada at …

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Robert Carroll

This is a common jazz artist who actually died in the gutter, a genuine shame since he could have built a little hut for shelter from the various sides he appeared in. The glory times of tenor saxophonist Robert Carroll, occasionally acknowledged as Bob Carroll however, not to become confused …

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