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Howard Alden

Area of the ’80s golf swing motion, Howard Alden is an excellent guitarist (on both electric powered and acoustic) who also in addition has mastered the seven-string acoustic guitar as well as the banjo. Alden began playing banjo in Dixieland rings in pizza parlors in Southern California. When he obtained …

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Dennis Irwin

Bassist Dennis Irwin was a fixture of NEW YORK jazz for over three years, playing on a lot more than 500 LPs including periods headlined by Artwork Blakey, John Scofield, and Joe Lovano. Delivered in Birmingham, AL on November 28, 1951, Irwin was raised in Atlanta and Knoxville — his …

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Warren Vaché

Many years before Wynton Marsalis gained headlines for assisting to revive hard bop, Warren Vache (alongside Scott Hamilton) was one of the few youthful jazz musicians who have been reviving small-group swing. Vache, who usually had a lovely tone along with a chance-taking design, is the child of an excellent …

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John Goldsby

Steeped within the tradition of Jimmy Blanton and Oscar Pettiford, bassist John Goldsby was created and elevated in Louisville, KY. During his early musical teaching, he played several tools, including piano, acoustic guitar, and electrical bass, before taking on the dual bass at 18. At that time, Goldsby was operating …

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Duduka Da Fonseca

Drummer and percussionist Duduka Da Fonseca was created in Rio de Janeiro. He continues to be playing drums since he was 12 and by age 15 was carrying out with a few of the most experienced music artists in Brazil. In 1975, Da Fonseca relocated to NY where his profession …

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Frank Vignola

An extremely flexible jazz guitarist, Frank Vignola has demonstrated that he’s capable of taking part in from fusion and industrial pop-jazz to hard bop, post-bop, and golf swing. The indigenous New Yorker includes a wide selection of affects; everyone from Wes Montgomery, Joe Move, and Pat Metheny to Django Reinhardt …

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Benny Aronov

A Russian pianist who’s used a number of free of charge, swing-influenced and mainstream music artists, included in this Paul Bley, Warren Vache and Lee Konitz. He’s documented two albums being a leader for Intensifying and Choice.

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Joe Ascione

A fantastic drummer that has mainly been heard within the golf swing/mainstream/bop field, Joe Ascione has gained some attention for his involvement in freewheeling periods released with the German Nagel-Heyer label. Motivated by Gene Krupa (whom he fulfilled in 1971) and Pal Rich, Ascione is a regular fixture at jazz …

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Ken Peplowski

Among the best clarinetists from the 1990s and an extremely talented tenor participant, Ken Peplowski offers helped keep carefully the custom of small-group golf swing (and occasionally Dixieland) alive. He produced his professional debut at ten and performed locally in Cleveland. After spending 1978-1980 touring using the Tommy Dorsey ghost …

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Dan Barrett

A major participant in the small-group golf swing movement from the 1980s and ’90s, Dan Barrett’s trombone is equally in the home in Dixieland and golf swing settings. He began on trombone in senior high school and performed in California using the South Frisco Jazz Music group as well as …

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