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Some musicians’ careers are easily pigeonholed. Not so Bob Sheppard’s. For more than four decades, the multi-instrumentalist has played on countless sessions with an astounding crop of A-list jazz giants—among them Chick Corea, Freddie Hubbard, Michael and Randy Brecker, Mike Stern, Herbie Hancock, Kurt Elling, Dianne Reeves, Lyle Mays, John Beasley and Steps Ahead—and artists within several other genres. He’s also recorded and toured as a leader, contributed to hundreds of movie and TV soundtracks, served as an educator and more. But what’s most astounding, perhaps, is that Bob Sheppard still has so much more he wants to do
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: It’s Nice to Go Trav’ling; Come Fly with Me; On an Evening in Roma; A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square; There’s a Small Hotel; I Thought About You; Moonlight in Vermont; April in Paris; Georgia on My Mind; Autumn in New York; Beyond the Sea; Around the World.
Label: Self Pulished
Track listing: Battle Cry; Pain & Beauty; Five Wounds; Scram Jam; A Song for Rick; Dried Corsages; Helping Someone to Die; My Dead Are Not Silent; Pure Imagination.
by Jack Bowers
When the multi-talented Judy Whitmore sings Come Fly with Me," it is an invitation that is almost impossible to resist, especially as the lovely and charming vocalist is also a pilot who is licensed to fly anything from jets to seaplanes to hot air balloons. On her latest album, backed by a big band and twenty-six ...
by Jim Worsley
Composer and musician Leni Stern has big news to share. She chose to do so quietly, with her usual cool, low-key and savoir-faire charm. In conversation with only my wife and I, recently at a jazz club in Los Angeles, she left us elated with the kind of news most other artists would be screaming from ...