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Moon Hooch, Matt Ulery, Cochemea and More New Releases

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Second part of our exploration of new releases [for the first part, click here]. In this segment we focus heavily on powerful saxophone players like Cochemea, Tenor Triage's Michael Eaton, Sean Sonderegger and James Brandon Lewis, Ghost Horse's Dan Kinzelman, Moon Hooch's Mike Wilbur and Wenzl McGowen, Charles Owens, Hearing Thing's Matt Bauder, the Crosscurrent Trio's Chris Potter and Greg Ward (from yet another Matt Ulery gem recording. We then close off with the enchanting rendition “Midnight Sun" by Chris ...

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Moon Hooch at Shakespeare's Pub

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Moon Hooch Shakespeare's Pub Kalamazoo, Michigan May 29, 2015 It was an interesting combination. Two saxophones and a drummer, along with a sound system that kept everyone on their feet, if not dancing. The up-and-coming New York aspirants Moon Hooch (previously touring with They Might Be Giants, Lotus and Galactic), on a nationwide tour, made a stop at Kalamazoo's Shakespeare's Pub on Friday, May 29. And, in the wake of their 2014 release This Is ...


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