Results for "Bethlehem"
Building on the technology that made it possible to broadcast the National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters Concert at the Kennedy Center last April, All About Jazz presented its second live broadcast on Saturday, March 21 at the Candlelight Lounge in Trenton, NJ. Unlike the NEA event which was presented sitewide, the Candlelight livestream was ...
The jny: Philadelphia area folk-jazz band, Mike Lorenz & the Witherbees, is the newest creation of guitarist/composer/bandleader Mike Lorenz. Having released their first LP of new original music and folksy covers in the summer of 2019 to positive reviews, the group continues to write and arrange new material to develop their sound and reach. With the ...
Joey “G-Clef” Cavaseno (alto saxophone, clarinet, arranger, composer, producer) Joey “G-Clef” Cavaseno started his professional Jazz career as a prodigy, as he was discovered initially by Lionel Hampton from within the ranks of the McDonald’s Tri- State Jazz Ensemble at the age of 17. Hampton featured Cavaseno on clarinet mainly performing the Benny Goodman / Lionel Hampton duet material, and he took a young Joey with him, along with drummer Kenny Washington, on various concerts and TV Shows in the New York area. From there he began performing regularly with legendary trumpeter Doc Cheatham, with whom he recorded the live album “Echoes of Harlem” (Stash Records) at 18 years old
Tom Cooney is a singer-songwriter and guitarist who has been performing and teaching since his teenage years. Tom plays genres on the jazz fringes, including jazz blues. He also plays and sings American Songbook standards. Tom's original music is best described as Contemporary Folk with Blues, Jazz, and Gospel influences. A Connecticut native, Tom lives in greater Bethlehem, PA. Tom began performing at age 15. He has performed performed as a solo and small combo artist. He has also taught beginner and intermediate guitar, bass, music theory, and songwriting for over thirty years. A student and lover of music, Tom minored in Applied Music while in college where he studied jazz guitar with the awesome Norman Johnson
Bob Wilson has been playing guitar since childhood although he pursued his education at the University of Cincinnati in Business and chose a career path in business with music as his passion and alter ego. He initially studied with Cincinnati entertainer and accomplished guitarist, the late, Jose Madrigal,Sr. Later, as his interest in jazz developed he studied with Cal Collins, renowned jazz guitarist who traveled extensively with Benny Goodman and appeared on many Concord Jazz label recordings in the 70's. Bob has also studied Flamenco guitar in Spain and incorporates many Flamenco techniques into his playing
Rob Stoneback is a trombonist, composer, arranger, and big band leader from the Lehigh Valley in eastern Pennsylvania. During his career, he has performed with the Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey, Harry James, and Gene Krupa Orchestras. The Rob Stoneback Big Band has been in continuous operation since 1979. In the course of these years, the band has recorded with Bill Watrous and has performed at Lincoln Center and all over the Mid-Atlantic region. His compositions can be heard on his Caught in the Web and Mad to the Bone recordings.
Anne teaches singing and performing to voice students of all ages. She also works as a speech therapist with those who require special attention for their speech and voice difficulties. As a performer, Anne can be heard playing solo or with her jazz ensemble as well as collaborating with others as a composer and lyricist. She is dedicated to sharing her love of the art and science of music with her audiences, students, and patients. Anne is a jazz vocalist, voice therapist, pianist, composer and lyricist with conservatory training, masters degree, and advanced studies with prominent, NYC jazz instructors