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Beth Duncan

It’s rare that boldly authentic artistry is critically acclaimed and gorgeously graceful. Sacramento, California jazz vocalist Beth Duncan’s adventurously accessible musicality and pristine satiny vocals—expressive but crystalline—have earned her impressive acclaim and exposure for an indie artist. Her latest release, Come The Fall, debuted at #26 on CMJ’s Jazz Top 40 charts, right below Diana Krall. Tracks from the album have been played on more than 130 stations nationally, along with stations in Canada, Kobe, Japan, Australia and The Netherlands. Reviews for Come The Fall have been overwhelmingly positive

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Leonie Evans

Leonie Evans has been performing since the age of 5 and has never stopped. As well as her own music she plays Jazz, Blues, Country, Gospel and music from Latin America. She's played and sat in on vocals, guitar or washboard with the likes of Tuba Skinny, C.W. Stoneking, Frog & Henry, Honky Tonk Sail, Blue Mockingbirds, Ragtime Nightmare, Old Fish Jazz Band, Sam Doores and many more.

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Chris Buono

Chris Buono makes music with a guitar and lots of pedals. As a leader Chris heads the genre-bending organ trio cB3 featuring Ben Stivers and Tobias Ralph. Chris is the founder and co-writer for the progressive math funk project RedRightReturn that includes Tippan Phasuk, Justin Stanton, Evan Marien and Alex Silvergold. Both cB3 and RedRightReturn are releasing debut albums in late 2019/early 2020. Chris also plays with cult legends, James Chance & The Contortions.

As a sideman and/or guest soloist Chris Buono has performed and/or recorded with Dweezil Zappa, Snarky Puppy, Bumblefoot, Karsh Kale, Graham Haynes, David Fiuczynski, Oz Noy, Keith Carlock, Rodney Holmes, Steve Jenkins, Tony Grey, Dave Martone, Sophia Ramos, Dopapod, Consider the Source, Kung Fu, Jazz if PHSH and many more. As an educator Chris has taught guitarists from all over the world through Berklee College of Music, TrueFire, Guitar Player, Guitar One, Just Jazz Guitar, Hal Leonard, Alfred, Course Technology & Guitarinstructor.com among others

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Zeeteah Massiah

Take equal parts reggae, ska and dancehall. Simmer until grooving. Stir in soul and blues and sprinkle on a dash of jazz. Top off with sensuous, blistering vocals. That’s the recipe for Zeeteah Massiah’s mighty new sound of 2020. Delivered by a red-hot vocalist and some of the coolest musicians around, it’s musical dynamite. Zeeteah is fresh and tangy, bittersweet and intense, velvety and elegant. Born in Barbados, raised in London, she is one of the most exciting live singers performing today. If her music doesn’t move you, check your pulse. Zeeteah has had a No. 1 US dance hit and performed with stars including Tom Jones, Robbie Williams, Phil Collins and Sting

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Ben Bierman

Ben Bierman is a Brooklyn-based trumpet player, composer, and multi-instrumentalist. In his compositions he incorporates elements of jazz, blues, Latin music, and the Western art music tradition. His music can be heard on Some Takes On the Blues (Plaza Street Music PSM 101, 2019) and on Beyond Romance: Songs by Ben Bierman (New Focus Recordings FCR 141, 2013). As a trumpet player, Ben has performed with a wide array of artists, including Johnny Copeland, B.B. King, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Johnny Pacheco, Machito, Johnny Colon, Archie Shepp, and Arthur Blythe. He is the author of Listening to Jazz (Oxford University Press), has essays in numerous books and journals, and is an Associate Professor at John Jay College, City University of New York

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Marcel P Blanchet

Recording Artist, Composer, Producer, Arranger, Drummer, Musical Product Endorser and Motivational Speaker. Marcel is a Touring Drummer for traveling shows and his own project "Beyond the Sun" A session musician for countless radio and TV commercials also keeps him busy. Marcel has provided motivational keynote speeches and business entertainment through his drumming skills motivating his audiences in goal achieving while striving for greater goal accomplishments. Sharing his stories and lessons learned with audiences of all ages, he strengthens their attitudes by helping build key elements in their creativity

Joseph de Dominicis

Joseph de Dominicis, ‘Joe D’, is a composer and acoustic guitarist. He performs his music on a seven steel-string archtop guitar. He is a native New Yorker. His first album, ‘Joseph de Dominicis Songs: Volume One’ with vocals and piano by Gloria Cooper was released on the label Carol MRP Co. He has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in General Music and he earned a Master of Arts Degree in Music Composition from the City University of New York at Hunter College in 1995, studying with Edward Knight and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Melinda Wagner. He was the winner of the 1995 Shirley P

Roger Aldridge

Born in 1946 in Kansas City, MO, Roger Aldridge discovered jazz as a child thanks to his mother’s collection of big band recordings. Roger started on alto saxophone when he was 9 and developed an interest in composition in his early teens. This led him to study composition & arranging at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. At Berklee, Roger studied jazz composition with Herb Pomeroy and Charlie Mariano, classical composition with William Maloof and John Bavicchi, and woodwinds with Joe Viola. Afterwards, he studied composition with Dr. Robert Wykes, Dr. Stephanie Owen, and Dr

Phil Scragg

Phil has lectured at K College Tunbridge and has performed at the Albert Hall and Wembley Arena. He has toured internationally with many artists including The Beautiful South, Incantation, Evidence, Joey Negro, Dudu Pukwana, Imelda Staunton, Billy Jenkins, John Etheridge, Carol Grimes and many others. As a recording artist his credits include Robert Plant, Joey Negro, Ester Aweke, Dudu Pukwana, Just East and Sax Appeal. As well as performance and recording Phil also works as a composer/arranger and producer with numerous TV and film credits to his name.


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