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Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra

Dedicated to conserving America’s jazz heritage, the Jazz at Lincoln Middle Orchestra (formerly referred to as the Lincoln Middle Jazz Orchestra) is normally an essential component of NY City’s Jazz at Lincoln Middle program, portion as the highly versatile home band for a multitude of live concert events. The 15-piece …

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Duke Orchestra

Led by composer/vocalist Mario Biondi, the Duke Orchestra released I REALLY LIKE You More, a twin album of soulful tunes using a jazz twist documented live on the Emerald Theater of Milan in Oct 2007. This dual disk was pared right down to THE VERY BEST of I REALLY LIKE …

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Joe Parillo

Created and raised in Rhode Isle, Joe Parillo is an extremely melodic and expressive pianist who isn’t popular nationally but offers kept busy performing and teaching in New Britain. Think about Keith Jarrett and Expenses Evans at their most lyrical and reflective, and you may get a concept what Parillo’s …

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Frank Jackson

A Texan by delivery, the pianist and vocalist Frank Jackson continues to be among the busiest players within the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA jazz scene heading back to the next World War period. Even though some listeners run into Jackson on recordings by bandleaders from the Western world Coast avant-garde …

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The Rocco John Group

The Rocco John Group began being a trio in 1997. Originally known as the Rocco John Trio, the group asked trumpeter Michael Irwin to become listed on in 2006. They are recognized for playing freewheeling criteria and first compositions with the band’s head, Rocco John Iacovone. The Rocco John Group …

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Bill Johnson

It isn’t really thus surprising to have two music artists named Costs Johnson who recorded jazz on trombone — there are most likely even more. Never to end up being confused using the veteran hornman who was simply featured with Count up Basie and on several Motown periods, this trombonist …

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Billy Johnson

Documenting credits for the jazz bassist Billy Johnson started in the first ’80s when he was associated the fantastic singer Abbey Lincoln. He shows up on a few of her recordings out of this period such as for example Talking to sunlight. This bassist is generally confused with a number …

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Robert Henderson

Inside a city where mysterious, undiscovered jazz obscurities outnumber even sites claiming to really have the best Chinese barbecued duck, or steak and cheese sandwiches, arranger Robert Henderson’s main difference appears to have been obtaining a credit for laughing. To learn whether this laughter was his, captured by remote control …

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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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Lauren Hooker

Like so a great many other jazz music artists, composer, lyricist, and vocalist Lauren Hooker spent a lot of her profession actively teaching others the nuances of jazz singing and jazz structure. It required some time, however in 2007 she finally released her long-awaited debut recording, Best Where I Belong, …

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