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Bassist, Ameen Saleem, was born July 2, 1979, and raised in Washington, DC. He now resides in Brooklyn, New York. Ameen says about his involvement in the Arts... "I'm a chill, laid back person until I get a bass in my hand... then it's on. Love, love, love music and anything art related. People often ask what kind of music do I play. I respond, "I play bass." All genres are fair game. If I don't know the genre, I'll improvise, listen, and find my way into the groove." He goes on to say, "Born and raised in DC. Proud of that. I love my city. But I also love to travel. You never know where I'll be
by AAJ Staff
Meet Kristin Callahan Kristin has been singing and performing since she was eight years old. She began studying jazz and piano in 2009 and performs at festivals and venues such as the Mid Atlantic Jazz Festival, SOUTH, Montpelier Arts Center, Wine in the Woods, Woodmere Art Museum, Rockwood Music Hall, Twins Jazz, and Rams Head On ...
By Todd Marcus
Label: Stricker Street Records
Track listing: Something Suite 1st movement (3:43) 2nd movement (1:27) 3rd movement (4:01) 4th movement (4:51) Cantata (6:38) Amy Pookie (6:52) My Foolish Heart (9:14) Neophilia (2:56) How Deep Is the Ocean (intro) (2:12) How Deep Is the Ocean (5:25) Invitation (7:05) Plummeting (6:36)
by Alex Franquelli
Composer Irving Berlin once famously said that everybody ought to have a Lower East Side in their life." True and, although technically speaking Brooklyn is not part of the octagon that thrives between Houston Street and FRD Drive, the groove, that precious intimate rumble of inspiration, is the one element that connects one area with the ...
by Patricia Myers
Lonnie Liston Smith, Roy Hargrove New Morning Paris, France July 23, August 1, 2014 Among the nightly summer concerts staged at New Morning in Paris was a double dose of electronic funk and neo-soul sounds by multi-keyboardist Lonnie Liston Smith and trumpeter Roy Hargrove. Each played to capacity audiences on humid ...
by Dan Bilawsky
The borough of Kings (County)--a.k.a. Brooklyn, NY--has been saxophonist Eric Wyatt's home base from birth. It was there that he was exposed to jazz, met some of the legends of the music, and began to forge his own voice on saxophone. Here, on his fifth album to date, he delivers an intense brew that speaks volumes ...
by Dan Bilawsky
Drummer Chris Parker has a to-die-for résumé. Over the past four decades, he's worked with everybody from the The Brecker Brothers to Miles Davis and Laura Nyro to Lou Rawls, taking a genre-blind approach to drumming that continues to serve him well. As a sideman, he's made his mark time and again with a who's who ...