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ARI HOENIG BIOGRAPHY Born on November 13, 1973 in Philadelphia, Ari Hoenig, was exposed at an early age to a variety of musical experiences. His father is a conductor and classical singer, his mother a violinist and pianist. Accordingly, at 4 years of age, Ari began studying the violin and piano. He began playing drums at age twelve, and by age fourteen he was honing his skills with other young jazz musicians at Philly clubs such as Ortlieb's JazzHaus. Ari attended the prestigious University of North Texas for three years, where he studied with Ed Soph while playing with the "One O'Clock" Lab Band
By JD Walter
Label: Arkadia Records
Track listing: Golden Lady; I Was Telling Her About You; What the World Needs Now; Dressed In A Song; Beautiful Moons Ago; Tell Her I Said Hello; And I Love Her; Keisha’s Coy; It Never Entered My Mind; Now It’s Time To Go.
Label: Origin Records
Track listing: Mississippi 1955 Confessional (T.R. Hummer); HoodWitches [Redux] (Faylita Hicks); Caught in the Rhythm (Patrick Sylvain, feat. Ambrose Akinmusire); Art Pepper (Edward Hirsch, feat. Greg Osby); We Bring the Soul to It (Faylita Hicks); Poem 836 / The Diviner (Kimiko Hahn); The Case Against Poetry (Edward Hirsch); Anger Management (T.R. Hummer); ASMR Sleepcast: The Night After Being Released from the Rural County Jail (Faylita Hicks); Olivia Suggests All the Women in Class Imagine Male Sexuality (Kimiko Hahn); Mercy (Tyehimba Jess); Dawg, What the Fuck Ima Do With a $20? (Faylita Hicks); You'll Be Sorry (T.R. Hummer)
by Paul Rauch
The connection between poetry and jazz music is a delicate one. It has been documented so infrequently, in performance and recordings, that one still conjures the flicker of an image of Jack Kerouac reading in some dark Greenwich Village cafe with Steve Allen or Zoot Sims, surrounded by beret-wearing, cappuccino-sipping beatniks. The work of Fresno-based saxophonist ...
by Jack Bowers
Eunmi Lee is a quick learner. The South Korean-born pianist, who now makes her home in New York City, did not become acquainted with or interested in jazz until a friend introduced her to the GRP Records catalogue. That was more than a year after she had received a degree in contemporary piano from the Seoul ...