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Ben Zweig

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Ben Zweig, originally from Randolph, New Jersey, began playing drum set at age 5. At a young age he developed a wide range of interests, additionally playing trumpet, traditional Trini folk music on steel pans, and performing as a classical percussionist with All-State, All-Eastern, and All-Natioanal student orchestras. He currently works professionally throughout the NYC area performing and recording with esteemed musicians such as Cecil Bridgewater, Paul Bollenback, David Wong, Arturo O'Farrill, Michael Dease, Dave Stryker, Curtis Lundy, Joel Press, and Freddie Hendrix. Ben also performs regularly with the Grammy nominated JC Hopkin's Biggish Band

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Izpoved

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Label: One Trick Dog Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 3:51

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Kites and Strings

Label: One Trick Dog Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Cedar Place; Kites and Strings; Halfway to Wonderland; Fight or Flight; Somewhere; Philadelphia; Bright Above Us; Laughing on the Inside; Izpoved.

Album

Kites and Strings

Label: One Trick Dog Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Cedar Place; Kites and Strings; Halfway to Wonderland; Fight or Flight; Somewhere; Philadelphia; Bright Above Us; Laughing on the Inside; Izpoved.

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Article: Album Review

Ben Rosenblum Nebula Project: Kites and Strings

Read "Kites and Strings" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Expectations are necessarily guarded when preparing to appraise a recording by the Nebula Project whose leader plays accordion. Be that as it may, any such uneasiness is quickly erased by Ben Rosenblum and his doughty ensemble whose music is decidedly colorful, melodic and accessible—which is not meant to undervalue diversity, another of its discernible points. Rosenblum, ...


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