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PERE ANTONI BUJOSA ABELLAN
Pere Bujosa ( Mallorca, 1992)
Born in Palma, Mallorca Pere began studying classical double bass at age eleven.
Along side this he also took an interest in other styles of music and began taking
part in the local music scene playing with different jazz and rock bands.
In 2012 , Pere moved to Barcelona, to study Jazz and Modern Music in the
Conservatori del Liceu. Here he studied with some important musicians like H.
Fumero ( Tete Montoliu) , D. Mengual ( Free Spirits Big Band), Marc Miralta (Aaron
Goldberg,Flamenco Jazz Reunion), Gary Willis ( Tribal Tech) Llibert Fortuny ( Pat
Metheny) and participated in international workshops with musicians like Richard
Bona, Chucho Valdés, Kenny Barron, Dave Holland, Kurt Rosenwinkel, John
Patitucci... In 2014 Pere undertook an exchange with University of North Texas
(USA) to study with Lynn Seaton.
At the moment he is freelancing, touring and working on many different projects
and has been playing around Spain with bands like Maxi Caballero Quartet,
Salvador Sobral Trio, The Raggle Taggle Gipsies... ( Zaragoza, Basque Country,
Navarra, Balearic Islands...) as well as performing in countries like Portugal and
Norway. Pere has just produced his first album WHO’S HOLLAND(2016)
I´m an Argentinian musician based in Barcelona, Spain. I grew up in San Juan, Argentina, a small city next to the Andes Mountains in the west part of the country. There I began studying classical guitar at age 12, and started playing regular gigs on electric guitar by age 15, after studying for several years at the Music Conservatory of the city.
In 2000 I moved to Barcelona to continue my career in music and began writing my own material as well. In 2014 I earned a degree in Jazz Guitar after attending the Escuela Superior de Música de Cataluña, “ESMUC”.
As a renowned guitar performer, I´ve had the chance to work as a freelance artist in different kind of music productions in Europe, South America and even China and Costa Rica. Also possess more than fifteen years of progressive experience in guitar teaching.
After many years recording as a sideman on many different projects, my debut album, “Kala”, is about to be released, where I put together an incredibly fine, yet distinctive quintet, assembled with some of the most relevant musicians at the local scene, and very close friend of mine as well!
The recorded music goes from some originals songs to a few arrangements of mine, which are based on the music of the very well known Argentinian artist Atahualpa Yupanqui. Here´s a kind of tribute to the Master, whom changed the way folk music was conceived until the moment. Plus the love he possessed for music and the guitar in particular, which obviously is something we share!
The record, to my point of view, introduces an intimate and warm kind of music, and I think it is an excellent opportunity to get to my “musical universe”, where Jazz and Argentinian folk gets together in a beautiful combination.
(Olive Lewin Jamaican Folk Singing) Mento, Ska, Reggae - Rock and Roll (David
Bowie, Pink Floyd), Disco and then Pat Metheny, the disco stayed though, and
onwards, Kingston, Los Angeles, Ottawa, Miami
Julián Graciano, learn music from the family roots, great-harpist, guitarist
grandfather and his father tango bandoneon player, nucleus where takes his
upbringing in a musical environment.
In parallel to his schooling, his first formal knowledge incorporates hand of
Professor Carlos Esteban, who guides him on solfege and music theory.
Gets the scholarship BEST (Berklee Entering Student Talented) at age 19 and MEFA
(Massachusetts Educational Financial Authority).
Through these achievements pursuing higher studies at the famed Berklee
College of Music, Boston USA where it has the ability to perform
harmony and improvisation masterclass with Gary Burton, Chucho
Valdez and Bob Mintzer; jazz guitar with John Scofield, Mike Stern, Pat Martino and
latin jazz with Carlos Moreno (Irakere); polyrhythms and rhythmic concepts with
Horacio "El black" Hernandez and Steve Smith; composition with Jim Reyes and Alf
Clausen, among others.
He has taught the guitar chair, musical analysis and repertoire at the Conservatory
Argentino Galván and teacher of Liceo Superior del Tango in the chair "scholar
tango" and "guitar in the tango" Both institutions of the National Academy of Tango.
He has given seminars for the College Music Society on
history and evolution of tango and the music of Eduardo Rovira.
Masterclass on improvisation applied to Argentinean popular music in AADI
(Argentinean Association of Musicians).
For almost 20 years he teaches at particular guitar majoring in jazz and tango,
traditional and contemporary harmony, counterpoint, composition techniques,
arrangements and orchestration, ear training and improvisation.
He has received the following awards
Along with his guitar duo Graciano-Sapir, best instumental set Tango Cultural Center
first prizeHonorable Mention Awards in October
Notable bars Prize 2005.
With singer Fabian Russo Award 2006 Notable bars with his trio contemporary tango
Tango en Tres received the 2007 award Notable barsHonorary Award 2010 Cultural
Tango en Tres was chosen by Maestro Chucho Valdes to perform at the prestigious
International Jazz Plaza Festival 2008 were declared of cultural interest by the
Directorate of Cultural Affairs of Argentina.
He has written several educational books
Analysis Booklet Tango for the Conservatory Galván
The Real Book of Tango (book titled Real jazz) divided into five volumes with about
600 pieces in total and used by many contemporary tango musicians from various
parts of the world.
Complete Guitar Method Tango Edited by Melos / Ricordi Argentina in 2016,
exhausted the 1st edition a week of its publication.
Articles about jazz improvisation to magazine
VIVA LA MUSIC AMR Switzerland and several articles about Free download tango
and jazz website Scribd.
Transcription of all kinds of works, commissioned and personal pleasure, from solo
instruments to tango orchestras.
As arranger of tango, has been requested by several groups and soloists from
different countries, such as Turkey, USA, England, Germany, Spain and Sweden.
As a sideman he has been summoned to join the jazz band Harry Waters (son of
legendary rock musician Roger Waters) playing several concerts in Buenos Aires on
Along with his trio Tango en Tres grouping which combines his two great loves,
tango and jazz, and where it says in exercising his passion for live performance,
improvisation and composition, has participated in the International Jazz Plaza
Festival, Havana Cuba, Festival de Jazz de La Paz and Santa Cruz de la Sierra,
Uruguay Jazz Festival (Jazz on the street 2008), has been invited by Maestro Juan
Falu in 2009 to Guitar World event.
In the field of research, was asked by Mrs. Mabel Rodriguez Rovira for ordering and
back catalog of work of Maestro Eduardo Rovira.
In mid-2014 he has started writing the Real Cuchi Book with music of Cuchi
Leguizamón and with this project has formed the trio Cuchijazz, musical group
which is a crossover between the music of Cuchi Leguizamón and jazz.Alongside
this group had the pleasure of welcoming guest pianist Ignacio Montoya Carlotto
and saxophonist Jorge Retamoza.
From 2015 meets the tenor sax Jorge Retamoza and form the Retamoza Graciano
duet, leading exploration in the mix tango with jazz to a place and a sound never
explored in the genre.
Currently 2016 has recorded the first CD of his quartet Graciano 4 quartet with own
works brought to the formation of two Spanish guitars, bandoneon and doublebass.
As a composer his catalog of works ranging from works for piano, solo guitar,
accordion, string quartets, various jazz and tango instrumentation sets, guitars,
vocal music, microtonal music and his Concierto para trio and symphony orchestra.
jose enrique fernandez
I was born in Mexico City on October 4th, 1955.
When asked in any questionnaire to fill in the blank space of profession, it has always been, musician. I play the guitar. I am also a songwriter and have produced half a dozen albums in the past.
I worked for Billboard Magazine in the late eighties. I became manager for a year and then went to be Program Director of Radioactivo 98.5, the leading Alternative Rock station in the city, and voice of the morning show, for three years.
I was on the air once a week for two years, in a program called El Sexto Grado every Monday. (It’s some sort of Six Degrees of Separation that links any two musicians in the course of two hours: Los Panchos to Pearl Jam?)
I then worked as Marketing Director for Universal Records and finally was for five years Program Director of Stereorey 102.5, an Adult Contemporary format heard nationwide and for three, head of the Authors Department at SGAE MEXICO, the Spanish Performing Rights Society.
For two years I was Co-Director with Camilo Lara of Suave, and independent record company.
I’ve composed music for publicity, supervised the musical play “Bésame Mucho” and was head of A&R and Production Coordinator for the recordings of La Academia 3ª Generación in Azteca Music.
I was Programming Director of the 17 stations at IMER, the Instituto Mexicano de la Radio (Mexico’s National Public Radio - NPR), designing and coordinating the opening of Reactor 105 and consolidating Horizonte 107.9, Opus 94, La B Grande, etc.)
As of today, I’m still Music Supervisor in IMER and host a weekly radio program “Covertitlán” in Horizonte 107.9 in FM and returned to SGAE as Director of Mexico’s Office.
At last, I’m also part of Improbable People and released two albums you can find on Spotify and iTunes.
Leonhard - Woody Black 4
Influenced at an early age in jazz by father, Bobby Hutcherson, Barry was
exposed to great jazz musicians such as Herbie Hancock, Freddie Hubbard, Tony
Williams, Ron Carter, Jackie Mclean, Lennie White, George Cables, Joe Sample
and many others.
Barry has studied with drummers such as Eddie Marshall, Billy Higgins, Joey
Heredia, Willy Jones III, Steve Houghton and others.
He took up drums at age 13 and has been playing gigs since the early 1980's with
notable musicians like Bobby Hutcherson, Joey DeFrancesco, George Cables, Roy
Hargrove, Billy Childs, Joshua Redman, Warren Wolf and many others.
Barry has performed at many different venues such as Yoshi's, the Monterey Jazz
Festival, Stanford University Concert Hall, SF Jazz Center, Kuumbwa Jazz Center
in Santa Cruz and the Baked Potato in Los Angeles.
(Profile photo was taken at the Mildred Owen Concert Hall with Anton Schwartz:
sax, Grant Levin: piano, Sam Bevan: bassist).
Equally at home with a cornet or trumpet, Danny Tobias brings beautiful shape
and individuality to his performances. Playing professionally since the age of 15,
he’s best known for traditional jazz and swing, either reproducing classic
arrangements or artful improvisation. Danny’s skills and repertoire embrace a
variety of styles.
In addition to playing with the Midiri Brothers’ Sextet at jazz festivals across the
USA, Danny has led bands and performed for the Pennsylvania Jazz Society, New
Jersey Jazz Society and the Tri-State Jazz Society. Danny has worked with a
number of prolific artists such as Warren Vaché, Scott Robinson, Vince Giordano,
Wycliffe Gordon, Gordon Webster, Harry Allen, Jon-Erik Kellso, Marty Grosz,
Brooks Tegler and Howard Alden. He has performed at Birdland, the Lincoln
Center Atrium, the Players Club, and other jazz-loving venues in New York City,
New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New Orleans, Minneapolis, Halifax and Montreal!
Danny also mentors young musicians, encouraging them to reach the heights of
their skill and creativity.
Jessica Felix, Artistic Director of the Festival, has contributed a great deal to the world of jazz with the successful and thriving Healdsburg Jazz Festival. She began her musical activism years ago, with the nonprofit enterprise she and her former partner created in Oakland named “Jazz in Flight.” They bought and restored a Victorian house and within a month after moving in they held the first in a series of concerts that continued for ten years, including an annual New Year’s Eve concert featuring many world-famous musicians.
She also created and produced the first five Eddie Moore Jazz Festivals at Yoshi’s Nightspot, which turned into seven-day major jazz events with musicians from all over the country and even from abroad. Throughout, her house was always home to traveling musicians.
3 years attended St. Louis Cabaret Conference where I studied with legendary Marilyn Maye, and other great performers like Billy Stritch, Faith Prince, and Peisha McPhee. I host monthly cabaret shows at Bachus Conservatory in NW Austin.
Beaux Jazz provides a perspective on modern, creative, European music. The foundation supports jazz and improvised music in the south-west of the Netherlands, and brings together audiences and music in which improvisation plays an important role.
The foundation hosts a monthly concert series and organises the yearly festival "Sounds of Europe". Beaux Jazz aims to focus on the collaborative and creating nature of jazz music, by realizing collaborations between Dutch and European artists, and bringing young professionals in contact with nationally famed musicians.
Bassist James Rosocha holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the Berklee College of Music in Boston. He's toured the US and Europe as a long-time member of the BD Lenz group. Together they've released seven albums under the New York jazz label "Apria Records" and can heard on a number of television shows such as MTV, VH1, USA, A&E, Nickelodeon, Travel Network, Food Network, Spike TV, Comedy Central and a long host of others. A student of New Jersey's late jazz legend/ guitarist Harry Leahey and Steve Morse Band/Dixie Dregs bassist Dave LaRue, James has been fortunate to share the stage with trumpet legend Randy Brecker, guitarist Hiram Bullock, drummer Joel Rosenblatt, saxophonist Jay Beckenstein, pianist Jeremy Wall of Spyro Gyro and Phish leader Trey Anastasio. He appears alongside Trey in the new Phish Companion book, which documents the band's history and music. James endorses Spector Basses, Eden Electronics and Hipshot Detuners.
..."Note worthy too is Rosocha's extended solo on "Quiet Desperation," proving again that the electric bass in such hands claims a crucial and encompassing piece of musical turf."...Bob Gish Jazz Improv Magazine
..."Bassist Mark Egan plays beautifully , but don't miss Rosocha on "Cut and Paste"-smokin'!...John W. Patterson All About Jazz
...Only “Juxtaposition,” featuring compelling work by bassist James Rosocha and a wind-controller solo by Mattoon, and “Fi’Fo’,” anchored by keyboardist Dan Paul and drummer Tom Cottone, have any bite...Bill Meredith JazzTimes Magazine
...Even Steve Wonder, not to mention Stevie Ray Vaughn would hold this guy and his ultra hot band in awe (most especially featured bassist James Rosocha and Geoff Mattoon)...Bob Gish Jazz Inside Magazine
Kermit Sewer Slide
smash the clay between your fingers let it slip
lemons grow on the trees sweet citrus
rotten body rotten soul rotten mouth rotten eyes
moldy clay, moldy lemons
and moldy, moldy, me
Playing django jazz, impro, world music
No way will I ever have the chops to perform professionally. That doesn't mean I don't think about it though. Alas, I will continue to toil away at my day job but practice diligently in hopes of acquiring the unobtainable. At least I'm having fun. That's what music should be about: fun and making you feel good.
"Come the witching hour, his voice turns to magic"
says the DAILY NEWS. “A link in the line of charismatic performers from Nat Cole
to Al Jarreau to Luther Vandross; Vocals—ultrasuede; scat—undulating; funk—
sleek.”extols HARPER'S BAZAAR.
Every so often, a singer comes along who offers something truly special. There
are those with great voices who we know and love, and there are those who have
that “you can’t take your eyes off of them” presence. Thos Shipley seems to be
both of these rolled into one - a singer with a stunning voice and a magnetism
that can only be described as star quality.
Thos brings this unique quality to us beautifully through the idiom in which he
seems naturally at home, vocal jazz. His debut recording, MY FAVORITE THINGS,
is a remarkable collection from the classic American Songbook intermingled with
fine contemporary songwriting, brought to life from a jazz point of view. Thos’
voice is not easily pinned down, a flexible and powerful instrument that swings so
easily and spontaneously flows from crooning into R & B flourishes. But there is
also a core of immediacy that has an intimate theatrical excitement to it. Mr.
Shipley, an experienced Broadway performer and 5-time MAC award winner
(Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs) for Outstanding Jazz Vocalist, is
proud of this combination. He explains the inspiration for the CD ~
“I have a love for musical theatre but come from a jazz background in the way I
hear things. The repertoire of the Musical Theatre is the jazz bible. The lyrics and
melodies of these tunes are so strong they lend themselves to many
interpretations. I look at Jazz as an approach to music, a way to orchestrate the
emotions and images that these songs evoke, to somehow score the lyric.”
Thos Shipley was born in Vernon Parish, Louisiana to a military father and a
mother who taught first grade. He grew up in Aberdeen, Maryland where his
father played upright and electric bass as well as all bass brass in the 327th Army
band and in his own jazz group. Thos’ childhood ambition to be a performer got
him started playing drums at the age of 10 in a band with his brothers. Later in
high school, he began singing and playing rock n’ roll, much to his father’s
chagrin. But his early exposure to classical and jazz music won out.
A desire to study music in college was thwarted by his parents’ practical concerns
and Thos majored in Electronic Engineering at the Ohio Institute of Technology.
But, he continued to play and studied jazz piano with Bobby Pierce at the Bexley
Conservatory of Music until he had to choose between getting his degree and
practicing. He graduated and got a job working as a technician on board ships
doing seismic research for oil companies, lasting for one 23-day cruise in the
Pacific. Thos soon returned to Ohio, found another job, and started pursuing
things he truly wanted to do such as dancing. He studied at the Ohio Ballet,
performed in theatre, and ended up moving to Nashville. “I’ve come to find that
if you don’t have the guts to do what you truly want to do in your heart, it will still
happen but perhaps not as smoothly as it could have,” he muses.
A gig as a singing waiter soon appeared and later a job playing drums for a
touring show. The show brought him to Knoxville, Tennessee where he met jazz
clinician Jerry Coker and began studying jazz vocal improvisation with his wife,
singer, Patti Coker. During a performance at the Knoxville World’s Fair Thos
caught the eye of managers who encouraged him to move to Atlanta and pursue a
solo career as a vocalist.
Thos was soon making a living by playing clubs, doing theatre in Atlanta, and
singing back-up vocals on other people’s albums. During this time, he appeared
one evening at a lounge called The Veranda. Where he was discovered by
singer/actress Leslie Uggams She beckoned him North and introduced him in a
solo show to a celebrity-packed room at the Claridge in Atlantic City.
Thos then hit the New York club scene, performing at various jazz venues such as
Iridium and Upstairs at Green Street where he opened for future stars as
comedian Mario Cantone. Before long, he rose to new heights, performing an SRO
concert in the Weill at Carnegie Hall, playing the Spoleto Festival and performing
in a one-man Off-Broadway show, "Broadway Goes Jazz." His first New York
review by Bob Harrington of the NEW YORK POST hailed Thos Shipley as “On The
Way To Stardom.”
A turning point came when Thos was cast in the Broadway production of Miss
Saigon. He stayed with the show for a three-year stint in New York then went on
to Asia as a solo jazz artist to perform at Harry’s International in Singapore. As a
crowd-pleasing feature at Town Hall’s Cabaret Convention, he shared the stage
with such talent as Bill Charlap and Andrea Marcovicci, performed in Nantes,
France at La Nuit Du Jazz in October and is part of the developmental cast
recording of a new musical with a big band score which is based on Othello called
Ivory Joe Cole.
Thos Shipley served on the faculty of Singer’s Forum and is a voice over artist
with national and international credits.
MY FAVORITE THINGS is a lush exploration of classic American songs along with
new grooves and sentiments, all generated by the performances of world class
jazz musicians such as Darrell Grant, David Budway, Kim Plainfield and William
Gallison to mention a few, and Thos Shipley’s tremendous voice. One may be
reminded of Johnny Hartman, Nat Cole, or Al Jarreau, but Mr. Shipley’s unique
expression takes the listener to new and exciting places. The arrangements of the
priceless This Nearly Was Mine (arr. Darrell Grant & Thos Shipley), and the darkly
colored, The Way You Look Tonight (arr. By Thos Shipley, Darrell Grant & David
Budway) offer intimate conversations with the singer, and the title track is a crisp
and swinging promise of the best in life, which can’t help but evoke a bit of John
Coltrane. After touring and having one of those “you don’t know what you got till
it’s gone” experiences, Thos wrote a true New Yorker’s blues, Sunday In New
Says the MANHATTAN TIMES, “Thos Shipley leaves you with a feeling that you
have been half way around the world. One moment exudes the feel of a chic
uptown New York café and the next, Thos’ voice transports you to a small
secluded French restaurant waiting for the love of your life to walk through the
So stop, look and listen -- to Thos Shipley.
Nadine Fambrough-Gates is a native of
Philadelphia, Pa. Born into a musical family, her
mother was an organist of various churches in
the Philadelphia area; father sang bass in the
Male Chorus at they church and her brother The
Late Charles Fambrough was a professional jazz
bassist, composer, producer and teacher.
Nadine was introduced to music at the years of
age 4 by her mother. She sang in the children's
choir at church and learned to play piano under
her mother's tutelage before transferring to
Settlement School of Music. She also performed
with The Philadelphia All-City Elementary Girls
Choir. Nadine continued singing until she
graduated Junior High Schools.
Nadine started her music journey as an
instrumentalist and songwriter at West
Philadelphia High School; studying harmony and
theory. She also played cello, clarinet and flute in
the orchestra and marching band.
Nadine continued her education at various music
schools in the Philadelphia area. To name a few
The Granoff School of Music, Philadelphia College
of the Performing Arts and Temple University
Music Preparatory; studying vocal and various
instruments including saxophone.
Nadine performed with various gospel groups. To
name a few, Barbara Ward Farmer and the
Wagner Phase II Choir, The Brockington
Ensemble. She also toured with The Gabriel
Hardeman Delegation, Arneld Dupree & Company
and The Philadelphia AME Mass Choir.
In 1992 Nadine has worked with some of the
finest jazz musicians; Kenny Garrett, Kenny
Kirkland, Bill O'Connell, Grover Washington Jr.,
Jeff Watts and Charles Fambrough, on his "The
Charmer" CD .
Nadine recorded and published her first song
entitled Precious Time under her own publishing
company Fambrough Gates Music; which was
recorded on the Jazz/FM Disc Makers Philadelphia
Jazz Showcase Compilation CD in December 1995.
The song was written for the Temple University
Public Radio CD project which showcased the local
songwriters and musicians in the Philadelphia
area. Charles Fambrough produces this song.
Nadine performed as a saxophonist and became
one of the songwriters for The Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania Church of God in Christ Mass Choir's
CD Projects. She presented three songs to the
choir. Two songs entitled Come and Praise the
Lord and Praise Him, was Recorded Live at the
80th and 82nd Annual Holy Convocation
Compilation CD September 2000 and August 2002
in Philadelphia, Pa. The third song entitled God
Has Been So Good was performed at the 83rd
Annual Holy Convocation for the Mass Choir's 4th
Live Recording in King of Prussia. Pa. This project
was created to showcased songwriters of various
Church of God in Christ churches in the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania area.
In 2013 Nadine joined The Remedy Jazz Band as
a saxophonist and flutist, along with her husband
Al Gates, bassist. The band performs jazz
standards for private parties and church functions
in the Philadelphia area.
Louis Romanos studied percussion under Idris Muhammad, Johnny Vidacovich and Art Perretta. At nineteen he moved from Connecticut to go to the birthplace of Jazz, New Orleans, to study music and philosophy. Louis has since performed and recorded with a number of renowned musicians including Tommy James (Director of the Duke Ellington Orchestra), Gene Bertoncini, Steve Masakowski, Chuck Leavell, Keith Richards, John Mayer, Charles and Cyril Neville, Al Hirt, Dave Easley of Brian Blade’s Fellowship Band, Charlie Miller of Dr. John’s band, Jazz Legend Earl Turbinton, Tricia Boutte, Marva Wright and Dave Anderson of the Louisiana Philharmonic and many, many more.
As a Composer, Louis writes for live bands, dance, TV, video games, indie movies and commercials. His band, Permagrin, released three albums co written with Dan Sumner. Permagrin performed in SXSW music conference, the NOW music festival, the New Orleans Jazz Fest, the Indy Jazz Fest, the Boom Boom Room in San Francisco, and were nominated for best electronica band in New Orleans in 2005 Big Easy Awards. Permagrin licensed Classical to the documentary movie, Plane Spotting. Louis’s commissioned works include 5 works for the Confederacy of Dances performance in New Orleans at the Contemporary Arts Center, Take Me There, for the University of Monroe guitar ensemble and a piece for Mirari Brass Quintet. Louis wrote Light Waves for visual artist and Chicago producer, Nancy Bechtol, and together they have a work on Culture T.V. Louis also composed about a dozen pieces for C-E-N-T-E-R, a collaborative project between visual artists and composers, in Los Angeles, California. Additionally, his composition, Tyco at the Gates was licensed to the major motion picture, Cool It.
Recent credits include a dystopian futuristic score for the short movie, Odessa, an action score for Fira’s Game, and an uplifting score for feature documentary, Pink and Blue: the colors of hereditary cancer. Louis has also scored live theater (The Bakkhai), video games (The Dark Ages of Titan, Corpse Wagon), the modern ballet (Interior Borders by choreographer, Joan Buttram, at University of Georgia) and recording drums on the new theme song for the Squidbillies on Cartoon network.
Currently, Mr. Romanos leads and writes for his own quartet, The Louis Romanos Quartet (www.louisromanosquartet.com), which released it’s debut album, Take Me There, in 2015. His quartet performs concerts and clinics in the mainland USA and in Hawaii. Mr. Romanos recently developed a workshop for Brenau University’s Dance Department teaching dancers basic music and communications skills need for cross discipline collaboration. Mr. Romanos is currently scoring the full length feature film, Above the Fruited Plains. Website: http://sonamormusic.com/works/
Thank God my parents and extended family had taste in music. I was surrounded by jazz exclusively from as early as I recall. Nothing has changed except my passion for the music has increased with time.
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Born 1972, Bregenz, Austria
Master Degree of Economics Innsbruck 1998
Musical Student of Alex Deutsch, Billy Hart, Wolfgang Muthspiel, Billy
Ward, Memo Ascevedo, Bobby Sanabria, Jojo Mayer, Billy Martin,
Experimentel Avantgarde Improvised Rock Funk Soul Jazz Punk
Attitude, basically playing his ass off ...
Since 2004 recording and producing for his own label BOOMSLANG
groups: hang em high, heavy metal rabbit, kontaktchemie, hendrix
ackle, kdrsociety, harry marte, peter madsen trio, the magnificent
seven, intensivstation a.m.o
2017 blow + beat: mats gustafsson & alfred vogel
2016 rene mosele´s ramblin´
2016 kontaktchemie: christy doran & alfred vogel
2016 heavy metal rabbit: lucien dubuis / barry guy / alfred vogel
2016 il piccolo incidente: peter evans & alfred vogel
2015 KDRSociety: Dance for Peace
2015 Norbert Mayer & Alfred Vogel: ÜÜ
2014 Peter Madsen Trio: Elvis never left the building
2014 Harry Marte & Big Pit: A blue line
2014 Hang Em High: Beef & Bottle
2014 Freiwild / alfred vogel lucien dubuis
2014 Die Glorreichen Sieben – a tribute to Neil Young: Keep on rockin
´in the free world
2013 Hendrix Ackle: Logbook
2013 Peter Madsen Trio: Transformation
2013 Peter Madsen / Alfred Vogel: Soul of the underground
2013 Hang em High
2011 Vogelperspektive Vol 1. bis Vol. 5 (2013)
2011 the big bäng / alfred vogel kevin shae
2011 hellhound&bird DVD
2011 Ü norbert mayer / alfred vogel
2011 Souldepartment: Stripped
2010 the Mellowtones
2010 the Brendan Adams Group: Better Days
2010 Peter Madsen´s CIA: Thousand Miles Journey
2009 KDRSociety: Hip to be happy
2009 the Brendan Adams Group: Ugly Universe digital release +
2008 the Brendan Adams Trio: 17 eternities + Video
2008 Peter Madsen´s CIA: DVD live at Feldkirchfestival
2007 KDRSociety live at Jazzit Salzburg
2007 Kofi Quarshie / Alfred Vogel : Nightdrummer
2006 the Brendan Adams Trio: Pearly Sue
2005 KDRSociety: last flight from Rwanda
2004 Stefan Latt / Alfred Vogel: ANKUNFT
2004 los tequila sharks: Duoaufnahmen
2003 Alfred Vogels giggos gaggos oirmuos
2003 ackle.cousins.vogel feat. Charles McNeal: tryin´to make it real
2002 toni.eberle.band: Geflutet
I'm a deliberate jazz fan. Why deliberate you ask. Well, who on Earth isn't deliberate in one's choices? Our preferences are the deliberate choice of our mind that controls our attitudes and gives us signals to what we like.
I play guitar and trumpet
Barbara Ina Frenz
I am a studied historian and writer of non-fiction and poetry living in Frankfurt am
Main, Germany. I am the author of Music To Silence To Music. A Biography Of
Henry Grimes. Foreword by Sonny Rollins, Northway Books, London 2015, and
occasional contributor to renowned German Jazz magazine Jazz Podium.
Juan Carlos Polo
Drummer, composer and educator born in Lima – Peru, on November 29th – 1982. Juan Carlos started playing drums at the age of 14 and began performing professionally the last year of high school. He holds a Bachelor degree in Percussion from The National Conservatory of Music in Peru where he is also a professor in the outreach music program. He has played and recorded with many projects and bands of different styles and genres such as the Peruvian bands “La Mente” and “Inity Band”, which has been the backing band for the well-known reggae starts: Clinton Fearon (Gladiators), Calton Coffie (Inner Circle), Junior Reid (Black Uhuru), Anthony B, Pato Banton and Mykel Rose. He has also shared stage with Cypress Hill, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Steel Pulse and Calle 13. Additionally, he has participated as soloist in many editions of “The International Contemporary Classical Music Festival” as well as the “International Percussion Festival of Lima”.
Since 2010 he has his own jazz-fusion project “Kambujo”, in which he dedicates a lot of time researching and spreading Peruvian Music fused with jazz. In New York he has studied privately with Nicky Marrero (La Fania All Stars), Mark Guiliana, John Riley and Ziv Ravitz. He just released his first album“Insomnio” on November 3rd through virtual platforms such as: iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, 7 digital, Hmv y Emusic.
“Insomnio” was launched under “One Trick Dog Records”, label that is home to important jazz figures such as the Israeli pianist Roy Assaf. The official CD release concert will be held on February 1st at Smoke Jazz Club
Born on the west coast, grew up in the south, schooled on the east coast and the north. I haven't been everywhere but it's on my list. No matter where I travel be it for work or pleasure, I always seek out jazz performances. Admittedly, some are better than others but the geographical location seems to have little bearing on the quality of the music, only the quantity. Some lament jazz is dying. I disagree. Hundreds of years ago people said the same of classical music. Jazz is America's modern day classical music, in my opinion.
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Christopher Paul Thomas