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Marcus Roberts

Jazz pianist Marcus Roberts’ concentrate on traditional designs and his determination to speak sometimes disdainfully of music of more sophisticated vintage is not well accepted in a few circles, and for a while he begun to engender the sort of attacks more regularly reserved for Wynton Marsalis among others thought …

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Roy Hargrove

Roy Hargrove is a difficult bop-oriented musician (and acclaimed “Teen Lion”) who all became among America’s top trumpeters through the later 1980s and beyond. An excellent, straight-ahead participant who spent his youth years in Tx, Hargrove fulfilled trumpet virtuoso Wynton Marsalis in 1987, once the last mentioned musician seen Hargrove’s …

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Sherman Irby

Post-bop alto saxophonist Sherman Irby was created and elevated in Tuscaloosa, AL; inspired by his family members to understand music, he originally thought we would play the viola, shifting to some instruments including electric guitar and piano before finally buying the sax as a teenager, soon getting infatuated with jazz. …

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