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Wayne Wesley Johnson


Wayne Wesley Johnson is a professional Award Winning Guitarist who formerly toured with guitar legend, Les Paul, recorded and performed with Nokie Edwards (The Ventures), and others, and has performed with Mason Williams (Classical Gas). He has sold over 80,000 CDs worldwide and his music is heard Internationally on over 400 radio stations and on "Roswell," "Malcolm in the Middle," Discovery Channel, "Outward Bound," MTV's "Made," and the Weather Channel to name but a few. He has toured and performed all over the world including China, Israel, Europe, South America and in most of the 50 states


Last Call

Last Call is a contemporary jazz quartet in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We have been playing original compositions, and unique arrangements of Jazz, Blues, and R&B tunes for nearly 20 years. Last Call is: Michael Druxman, bass & vocals; Tim Sleigh, saxophones; Harry Weingardt, guitar & vocals; and Don Bailey Jr., drums & vocals. You can contact Last Call through its website at:


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Tracey Whitney


"Live At The Outpost Performance Space" a 2017 New Mexico Music Awards Nominee for Best Vocal Performance! Tracey Whitney's third release, "Live At The Outpost Performance Space" (June 2017) was recorded live before a sold out crowd at the legendary Albuquerque concert hall on August 18, 2016. Highlights include jazz classics Speak Low, Baby, Baby All The Time, I Want A Sunday Kind of Love and An Older Man Is Like An Elegant Wine. ***** A former “Raelette” with the legendary Ray Charles, Tracey Whitney began performing with The Whitney Family at age 11. After touring with Ray, she spent 5 years singing solo in Japan


Steve Klenke


Steve Klenke (BMI) - Trumpet Player, Composer, Producer, Keyboards.

I have a Bachelor of Music degree from Elmhurst College (Elmhurst, IL suburb of Chicago), and I also attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. I spent 22 years as a music educator, band & orchestra director for the public schools in Chicago & Suburbs before changing careers to Information Technology in 2000 (Bachelor of Science Degree from DeVry). I just retired after 21 years in I.T. I've kept my chops up, kept playing trumpet all those years and composing music both instrumental and collaboration with lyricists on songs.

In Chicago, I played trumpet with local big bands and variety bands there, and I had my own jazz group


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Meet Mark Weber

Read "Meet Mark Weber" reviewed by Tessa Souter and Andrea Wolper

Almost every aspect of Mark Weber's life ends up intersecting with jazz; he just might be the original Renaissance jazz fan. A former wedding photographer, he found himself photographing nearly every jazz musician to pass through Los Angeles and Albuquerque in the past several decades and, without planning to, ended up writing for CODA, deejaying a ...


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Trevor Anderies Quintet at Fresh Santa Fe

Read "Trevor Anderies Quintet at Fresh Santa Fe" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Trevor Anderies Quintet Fresh Santa Fe New Music Series Santa Fe, NM September 3, 2016 To be perfectly honest, most of the bands that come to Santa Fe, NM are playing fill-in gigs between dates in jny: Albuquerque (or jny: Phoenix) and jny: Denver. And that's okay because it just ...


Article: Album Review

Thollem McDonas: Meeting At The Parting Place

Read "Meeting At The Parting Place" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Coming at improvisational music from the classical realm, pianist Thollem McDonas remains resolutely outside of the main stream of the jazz world. Primarily inspired by, as he puts it in his liner notes to Meeting at the Parting Place, ..."European concert music from the Renaissance to the 20th Century and jazz, particularly of the '60s and ...


Article: Album Review

Pray For Brain: None Of The Above

Read "None Of The Above" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

New Mexico is known for its picturesque landscape, arts & crafts and Mother Earth type activities, but not cited for harvesting diverse progressive rock power trios. In addition, the band's marketing pitch asks, “What happens when two Buddhists and a Muslim meet to make music?" Evidently, a whole lot is going on, as the musicians' incorporate ...

News: Radio's Jazzed And Blue Presents Music And Exclusive Interviews With Cedric Burnside, Blues Singer-Songwriter Peach, and Jazz Rock Fusion Band Dream Logic

The latest edition of Jazzed and Blue: Profiles in Blues and Jazz is now available for download at and features music and exclusive interviews with Cedric Burnside, blues singer-songwriter Peach and jazz rock fusion band Dream Logic. Kicking off this latest edition of Jazzed and Blue is a profile on blues artist Cedric Burnside. As ...


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