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From a humble beginning as a local New Orleans artist, Gary Brown has become well known internationally, as well, as a soulful saxophonist and singer. He is in demand in Europe and South America. While his forte is blues, he is equally eloquent in jazz, pop, and gospel. Gary Brown & his breathtaking ensemble Feelings have traveled the world entertaining thousands with his amazing musical appeal and stage presence. Gary studied under Dr. Edwin ‘Kidd’ Jordan for 8 years at Bethune High School, then he went on to Southern University of New Orleans and attended Xavier University Conservatory of Music and studied under Dr

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Katerina Brown Places Songs Of Her Native Russia Alongside Pieces From The Jazz Repertoire On Her Debut, "Mirror," Due Oct. 18

Katerina Brown Places Songs Of Her Native Russia Alongside Pieces From The Jazz Repertoire On Her Debut, "Mirror," Due Oct. 18

Vocalist Katerina Brown explores her recently minted identity as a Russian immigrant to the United States with the October 18 release of Mirror, her remarkable debut album, on Mellowtone Music. Accompanied by a band of jny: San Francisco Bay Area musicians that includes her husband, bassist Gary Brown (who also produced the album), pianist Adam Shulman, ...

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Katerina Brown

Born in 1982 in a small town outside St. Petersburg, Katerina Brown was drawn to music as an infant. Jazz and American records were still hard to come by in the waning years of the Soviet Union, but she soaked up her father’s albums by Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong. Studying classical music throughout her adolescence, she started performing in local clubs as a teenager, singing mostly blues and standards. Ambitious and eager to learn more, she moved to St. Petersburg at 19 and quickly fell in with a cadre of young musicians who loved and played jazz. A savvy bandleader by 21, she started performing regularly at the Red Lion Blues Club, which was owned by an American, and spent the next five years working steadily around the city as a blues singer

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Drum Maestro Akira Tana Puts A Gorgeous Spin On The Brazilian Songbook With JAZZaNOVA

Drum Maestro Akira Tana  Puts A Gorgeous Spin On The Brazilian Songbook With JAZZaNOVA

AKIRA TANA didn’t have to go looking for Brazilian music as a young musician. An elite jazz drummer since the mid-1970s, he’s been immersed in the verdant hothouse of Brazil’s surging rhythms and sensuous melodies his entire career. His new album JAZZaNOVA, which is slated for release by Vega on March 1, 2018, reflects an abiding ...

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Dave Bass: Gone

Read "Gone" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Gone, as pianist and composer Dave Bass reflects in his notes to this fine album, has many meanings: for the Beat Generation, it was a state of mind, but it can also suggest physical absence. Bass himself was gone for 20 years--out of the music business, following a wrist fracture in the mid-1980s. He studied law, ...

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Dave Bass: Gone

Read "Gone" reviewed by Edward Blanco

California Deputy Attorney General, Dave Bass, is a legal eagle who has, once again, immersed himself in the musical passion that was his first love, soaring mightily on the impressive Gone. An attorney by profession and a pianist by design, Bass once supported himself as a musician, early on in his life, where he worked both ...

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Dave Bass Quartet Featuring Ernie Watts, Babatunde Lea, Mary Stallings, and Gary Brown Release "Gone"

Dave Bass Quartet Featuring Ernie Watts, Babatunde Lea, Mary Stallings, and Gary Brown Release "Gone"

David Bass on Gone The word Gone has several meanings for me... There's the 20-plus years I was away from the music scene, then there's the feeling when your lover leaves and your heart breaks... alone and empty, and finally, the beatnik/hipster notion of an irrevocably cool person. I have returned to music and am proud ...

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David Bass: Gone

Read "Gone" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

If Dave Bass ever decides to give up his day job as a Deputy Attorney General, he can validate that decision based on the quality of Gone. Bass returns to jazz after more than twenty years, but his priors include stints with Bobby McFerrin, global percussionist Babatunde Lea, and interpretive jazz vocalist Jackie Ryan. His Gone ...

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Label: Gabbro Records
Released: 2006


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