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All About Jazz user Sal La Rocca

Belgium

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Sal LA ROCCA discovers jazz in the early 80's and switches to double bass which he intensively explores on his own, taking as a model Paul CHAMBERS...

- Double Bass Player / Composer

Sal LA ROCCA is one of Belgium’s most in-demand double bassists. He has played alongside Toots THIELEMANS, Philip CATHERINE, Steve GROSSMAN, Lee KONITZ… After a stint with rock playing guitar, at age 23, he discovers jazz in the early 80′s and switches to double bass which he intensively explores on his own, taking as a model Paul CHAMBERS.

Sal has released two albums under his own name, such as Latinea (2003) and It Could Be The End (2012) with : Lorenzo DI MAIO (guitar), Pascal MOHY (piano) and Hans van OOSTERHOUT (drums) featuring : Jacques SCHWARZ-BART* (tenor sax) on the IGLOO label

Member of Vaya Con Dios feat. Dani KLEIN, Pascal MOHY trio, Denise KING + Olivier HUTMAN trio (Fr. & Be), Phil ABRAHAM quartet, Laurent DOUMONT & The Soul Counsellors, Bop & Soul Sextet…

- Musicians With Whom Sal Played: John Ruocco, Gianni Basso, Harold Land, Jack Van Poll, Kris Defoort, Ali Ryerson, Paolo Radoni, John Engels, Michel Herr, Guy Cabay, Andre Ceccarelli, Ch. Hirson, Bert Joris, Jiggs Wigham,Steve Grossman, Nico Menci, Dave Turner, Michel Graillier,David Linx,Sheila Jordan,Deborah Brown, Mark Murphy,Sangoma Everest, Salvatore Bonafede, Lee Konitz, Ada Rovatti, Gordon Beck, Sangoma Everest, Anne Ducros, Olivier Hutman, Roni Ben-Hur Bob Moover, Stanley Jordan, Randy Brecker, Bob Franceschini, Richie Beirach, Scott Hamilton, Didier Lockwood, Tony Lakatos, Bobby Durham, Steve Williams, Dani Klein, Denise King, Jacques Schwarz-Bart, William Lecomte, Pierrick Pedron, Batiste Trotignon, Stepane Belmondo.

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