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Tony Bray

Tony Bray studied jazz improvisation and jazz pedagogy with renowned educator Jerry Coker at the University of Tennessee. Also with William Scarlett, Bennie Wallace and Warne Marsh at this time. Graduated with a Bachelor of Music in Studio Music and Jazz. After college he went on to teach theory and production classes as part of the Commercial Music program at the Antelope Valley College in California. He was also responsible for setting up the first “Small Jazz Group” program at Cal State Northridge. Since then, Tony traveled the world as a sax player and keyboardist, playing music on cruise ships, clubs and casinos from Las Vegas to Singapore

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One Too Many: One Too Many

Read "One Too Many" reviewed by Ed Kopp

One Too Many is a new acoustic trio from suburban New York City that reworks 70- and 80-year-old country blues tunes written by black plantation workers. The band's three originals on this debut have a similar old-timey feel to the 11 covers. Vocalist, kazoo player, washboardist and harmonicat Greg Witchel decided to team up with his ...