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The World’s Greatest Drummer Concert 2015 Featuring Steve Gadd

The World’s Greatest Drummer Concert 2015  Featuring Steve Gadd

The World's Greatest Drummer Concert returns on Tuesday 26th May 2015 at the Derngate Theatre, Northampton. Since the very first World’s Greatest Drummer Concert in 2007, the event has featured some of the finest drummers alive today. However it has always been organisers Ian Palmer's ambition to showcase the drumming of the legendary Eric Clapton's longtime ...

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John Thomson to Co-Host Buddy Rich 25th Anniversary Memorial Concert

John Thomson to Co-Host Buddy Rich 25th Anniversary Memorial Concert

British comedian and drummer, John Thomson, is to co-host the Buddy Rich 25th Anniversary Memorial Concert that takes place for the first time in the UK at the world-famous London Palladium on 2nd April 2012. John, an accomplished Jazz Drummer, is best known for his roles in The Fast Show and the award-winning drama, Cold Feet. ...

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Buddy Rich 25th Anniversary Memorial Concert at London Palladium on April 2nd

Buddy Rich 25th Anniversary Memorial Concert at London Palladium on April 2nd

The Buddy Rich 25th Anniversary Memorial Concert takes place for the first time in the UK at the world-famous London Palladium on 2nd April 2012. The world-class lineup is confirmed as Dave Weckl, Gregg Bissonette, John Blackwell and Gregg Potter from the USA with Ian Paice, Ginger Baker, Gavin Harrison and Elliott Henshaw from the UK. ...

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Will Holshouser Trio with Bernardo Sassetti: Palace Ghosts and Drunken Hymns

Read "Palace Ghosts and Drunken Hymns" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Inspired by the sights, sounds, and people of Lisbon, Portugal, American accordionist Will Holshouser collaborates with Portuguese pianist Bernardo Sassetti on a recording that is equal parts jazz (European and American), folk (again European and American--both North and South American), and chamber music. While it may take an ethnomusicologist to sort out all the roots and ...

Accordion Three-Fer: Triphilia; Nice Guy Trio & Will Holshouser

Read "Accordion Three-Fer: Triphilia; Nice Guy Trio & Will Holshouser" reviewed by Donald Elfman

Alan Bern/Michael Rodach/Paul BrodyTriophiliaJazzwerkstatt2009 The Nice Guy TrioHere Comes The Nice Guy TrioPorto Franco2009 Will Holshouser Trio + Bernardo SassettiPalace Ghosts and Drunken HymnsClean Feed2001

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The Nice Guy Trio: Here Comes The Nice Guy Trio

Read "Here Comes The Nice Guy Trio" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Give three imaginative artists a yearlong residency in a performance space, located in a breeding ground for creative music and the results hopefully will turn out to be something like Here Comes The Nice Guy Trio. Canadian trumpeter Darren Johnston, now living in the Bay area of San Francisco, spent a year making music ...

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Rez Abbasi: Reziliently Brilliant

Read "Rez Abbasi: Reziliently Brilliant" reviewed by Phil DiPietro

At 36, Rez Abbasi is the latest accomplished and proven musician with a few solo releases and a few sideman appearances in his discography to choose the independent jazz route. Born in Pakistan, raised in the USA since the age of three, and having gone east from west internationally as well as domestically, Abbasi is known ...

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David Phillips & Freedance: David Phillips & Freedance

Read "David Phillips & Freedance" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Bassist David Phillips and his band, “Freedance” turn in a mighty fine showing on this new “NAXOS” release! Basically, the band gets out of the gate in a flurry on the opener, “Eastern Peace” as they surge onward with ominous yet at times breezy themes while Phillips and drummer Tony Moreno provide the monstrous underpinnings. Here, ...


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