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Scott Burns

Tenor saxophonist Scott Melts away is a swinging, forward-thinking musician who have has worked while both a single designer and in-demand sideman because the past due ’90s. A indigenous of Dayton, OH, Uses up first examined music on the School of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. While there, he obtained performance …

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Sherri Roberts

Sherri Roberts is a jazz-oriented singer using a warm tone of voice. Delivered in Greenville, SC and elevated in Atlanta, she graduated from university in 1979 using a movie theater degree. Roberts shifted to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA that season and began discovering both jazz and traditional pop, learning with …

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Steve Coleman & the Five Elements

b. 20 Sept 1956, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Developing up encircled by dance music – funk, rock and roll, spirit and blues – in Chicago’s south part offered Coleman a flavor for tempo he never dropped. He discovered violin in college, but deserted it for the alto saxophone at age 15, …

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Jacques Chanier

Pianist Jacques Chanier was among the leading lamps from the Boston jazz picture, with a company yet lyrical design that recalled players such as for example Kenny Werner and Alan Pasqua. Given birth to and elevated in Paris, Chanier relocated towards the U.S. to review at Berklee University of Music. …

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Cole Broderick

Blessed in upstate NY, but musically informed in the South, Cole Broderick now network marketing leads a quartet in the once famous watering gap for the wealthy and famous, Saratoga NY. After graduating from Florida’s Miami School in 1969, he started his professional profession performing at regional night clubs. In …

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David Williams

Williams is most likely best-known for his long stint with pianist Cedar Walton, but he’s also used a great many other famous jazz performers, including drummer Beaver Harris, flugelhornist Chuck Mangione, and vocalist Vanessa Rubin. Williams analyzed with Ron Carter while in his 20s. He caused Harris in NEW YORK …

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Batimco

The group Batimco’s name originates from the percussion instruments bata, timbal and conga. David Frazier has all three (plus bongo) for the ambitious yet fairly available sextet, which also contains Jorge Sylvester on alto and soprano, Martin Cuevas on tenor and flute, keyboardist Glenn Pearson, bassist Rob Holland and drummer …

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Boston Art Quartet

Like additional risk-taking groups that arrived of Boston’s experimental jazz picture from the 1980s and 1990s, the Boston Artwork Quartet (BAQ) has proved itself to become more comfortable with both outside and inside types of improvisation. The BAQ’s inside/outside music can be even more daring and left-of-center compared to the …

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Bobby King

Not to end up being confused using the past due R&B singer from the same name, Bobby Ruler is a superb, though underexposed, jazz reedman/pianist that has played a number of instruments and may handle outside and inside playing similarly well. The L.A. indigenous moved around a whole lot over …

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Robert “Brother Ah” Northern

A rare jazz France horn participant and soloist, Robert North aka Sibling Ah was among the busiest program musicians from the ’50s and ’60s. He proved helpful and documented with many jazz stars, included in this Donald Byrd, John Coltrane, Gil Evans, Sunlight Ra, Gil Evans, McCoy Tyner, Rahsaan Roland …

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