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Clifton Hyde

Was Born and raised in Hattiesburg, Mississippi and likes music...alot. Primary Instruments are Mandolin, Steel Guitar, Baritone Guitar, and good ol' acoustic and electric guitars.

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ELBJAZZ 2017

Read "ELBJAZZ 2017" reviewed by Ian Patterson

ELBJAZZ 2017 Blohm and Voss/various venues Hamburg, Germany June 2-3, 2017 Although Gregory Porter was the marquee name at the sixth edition of Elbjazz, with a strong supporting cast including Joshua Redman, Jan Garbarek, Hildegard Lernt Fliegen and Youn Sun Nah, the real star of the show was the spectacular festival ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Stefan Zeniuk: Gato Loco

Read "Gato Loco" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

If Danny Elfman, Marc Ribot, Ennio Morricone, Ry Cooder and Bobby Sanabria ever put together a band, it might sound something like Gato Loco. This eleven-piece unit, under the direction of saxophonist-composer Stefan Zeniuk, creates Latin-influenced carnival jazz with a punk attitude, and they seem to have a great time while doing it. ...

ARTICLE: LIVE FROM NEW YORK

Creature Combos In NYC: Los Lobos, The Detroit Cobras, Bonobo, Gato Loco & Fight The Big Bull

Read "Creature Combos In NYC: Los Lobos, The Detroit Cobras, Bonobo, Gato Loco & Fight The Big Bull" reviewed by Martin Longley

Los Lobos City Winery December 31, 2010 For no immediately apparent reason, New York City has recently been invaded by acts that peck or gobble their names straight out of a bestiary. Los Lobos played two shows on New Year's Eve, with this first set neatly sidestepping ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gato Loco: CocoNino

Read "CocoNino" reviewed by Martin Longley

On their MySpace page, Gato Loco describes itself as Death-Danzon. Well, that's certainly a part of the group's pan-Latin mangling. Or how about “avant mambo"? Or “a giant tarantula dancing with a woman in slow motion"? Yes, of course. Stefan Zeniuk is the ringleader. A barely-controlled chaos is the sprawling combo's accustomed state ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Loren Stillman: Winter Fruits & Knu Gmoon

Read "Loren Stillman: Winter Fruits & Knu Gmoon" reviewed by George Kanzler

Loren StillmanWinter FruitsPirouet2009 Knu GmoonKnu Gmoonself-published2009 Everything old can be new again could be the motto of the ensembles on these two albums. And the emphasis is definitely on the ...

ARTICLE: TAKE FIVE WITH...

Take Five With Clifton Hyde

Read "Take Five With Clifton Hyde" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Meet Clifton Hyde: Clifton Hyde was born and raised in South Mississippi and likes music...a lot.Instrument(s): steel guitar, electric guitar, baritone acoustic guitar, mandolin.Teachers and/or influences? The biggest influence on me becoming a musician was my uncle David. Growing up the best form of entertainment was sitting around with the family and ...


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