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Samantha Fierke

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Samantha Fierke is an up-and-coming singer from Columbia, Missouri. At just 16 years old, Samantha is debuting her first EP, “Sam,” which is available for purchase online at www.samdoesjazz.com. Samantha is joined by pianist Martin Shapiro and bassist Mickey Jamieson, who attend the New School in New York and the Berklee Conservatory of Music in Boston respectively. Both Martin and Mickey played with Samantha in high school before pursuing degrees in music. Drummer Loyd Warden brings industry experience to the group, with local studio intern Jenna Rogers providing support on Fender Rhodes and keyboard

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Article: Out and About: The Super Fans

Meet Tom Wells

Read "Meet Tom Wells" reviewed by Tessa Souter and Andrea Wolper


Born and raised in that other “capital of jazz"--jny: Kansas City, birthplace of Charlie Parker--Super Fan Tom Wells, along with long-time jazz date, his wife, Geri St. Clair (a future Super Fan--stay tuned!), is a huge supporter of the local scene. How huge? Well, Tom and Geri once followed the University of Missouri Kansas City's Jazz ...

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My AweSOMe Birthday: 4 Years Old

Label: Columbia
Released: 2014

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Back To Brooklyn

Label: Columbia
Released: 2013

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Routes & Three Piece Suite

Label: Columbia
Released: 2013

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Hot Spring - Askja

Label: Columbia
Released: 2013

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Lovely Reprises Vol.2

Label: Columbia
Released: 2013

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Auf dem Dach der Welt: Frei Nach Alexander Kluge

Label: Columbia
Released: 2013


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