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Joel Klein


Resume’ Joel Klein Drums Education and Experience I have played drums for over 50 years and was on the road for over 10 years. I have played with all style and size bands from duos to big bands to show bands to symphonic bands. I play and teach all styles of music including Jazz, Rock, Country, dance, orchestra, and ethnic rhythms. I studied drums in New York City with Sam Ulano for many years. The method I teach is Sam Ulano’s drum method along with my own innovations. This method teaches you to be able to master the drum and drum set to play in any situation including orchestra, concert band, and marching band


News: Radio

DDCF Launches Jazz Media Lab with Five Leaders in Jazz Radio

DDCF Launches Jazz Media Lab with Five Leaders in Jazz Radio

The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF) today announced the launch of the Jazz Media Lab, through which some of the country’s most dynamic and forward-thinking nonprofit jazz radio stations will receive more than $1.3 million to participate in a program aimed at bolstering their individual strength and collective resilience as essential players in the jazz ecosystem. ...


Article: Year in Review

2020: The Year in Jazz

Read "2020: The Year in Jazz" reviewed by Ken Franckling

The COVID-19 pandemic put the jazz world in a tailspin, just like the world at large, in 2020. And there is plenty of uncertainty going into the new year about what “new normal: might emerge from the darkness. International Jazz Day, like so many other things, became an online virtual event this time around. Pianist Keith ...


Article: Opinion

On Missing Live Jazz

Read "On Missing Live Jazz" reviewed by Douglas Groothuis

This pandemic has snatched much from us through its reign of disease and death. We have lost family, friends, coworkers, and acquaintances to COVID-19. Millions have lost jobs or fear losing them. By all accounts, the whole thing stinks. We try to cling to what remains, and we hope and pray for restoration. How ...


Article: Live Review

Denver Comes Alive 2020

Read "Denver Comes Alive 2020" reviewed by Geoff Anderson

Oteil & Friends / Poppa Funk and the Night Tripper / Ghost Live / Star Kitchen Mission Ballroom Denver Comes Alive Denver, CO January 31, 2020 The first European settlers arrived in the Denver area in 1858. Since then, it's been (nearly) non-stop growth flooding the plains with humanity and ...


Vinyl Hampdin

Group founder and composer Steve Wiest puts it this way: “What would Chicago, Blood Sweat and Tears and Tower of Power sound like if they started out now?” That is the mission of this jam-packed all-star assemblage of world-renown musicians: to take the modern landscape of textures, hybrid styles and timely songwriting of the 21st Century and pour it all into the venerable tradition of the rocked out horn bands of yore. Lead singer Lisa Dodd is a multiple CCMA-winning vocalist, Alberta Musician of The Year and bassist from Alberta, Canada. With a stellar voice described by Jonathan Widran in his blog The JW Vibe as “sandpaper and honey” Dodd’s astounding vocal range is the perfect icing to the powerhouse horn section and the state-of-the-art rhythm section that gives Vinyl Hampdin its unique signature sound


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Dave Rush


CPR Professionals CPR Professionals was created to offer expert CPR & First Aid Instruction to everyone. CPR is the simplest and most effective tool anyone can have to make a significant difference in a life or death situation. However, people often find the idea of actually performing CPR very intimidating and are afraid they may do something wrong. CPR Professionals’ goal is to show students that CPR is anything but rocket science and is nothing to be intimidated by! In fact, once you’ve mastered the Band- Aid the next step as far as difficulty goes is CPR! By creating an enjoyable, relaxed and interactive learning environment students quickly realize that this skill is easy and that anyone can do it! Visit Here: Categories:Health,First Aid,CPR Training Email: [email protected] Business Owner:Dave Rush Street Address: 650 Lindsey Rd., Golden, CO 80401 City: Golden State: Denver County:United States Zip code: 80401 Tel:303-918-8077


Quincy Ave Rhythm Band

The 8x DownBeat Award winning Quincy Ave Rhythm Band is part of the Commercial Music Program at the Kent Denver School in Englewood, CO. The program focuses on styles of music not traditionally taught at the secondary level including R&B, salsa, jazz, soul, pop, and Afro-Cuban. The Quincy Ave Rhythm Band has been recognized by DownBeat Magazine as one of the best high school R&B bands eight out of the last eleven years. They typically play 20-30 gigs each year throughout Colorado, and have performed in San Diego, New Orleans, Memphis, New York, and Miami. Internationally, the band has performed at the Montreux Jazz and Porretta Soul Festivals, and in 2014 were invited to perform in Havana, Cuba


Evi Esteves


Denver-based pianist, Evi Esteves delights audiences with her eclectic array of jazz repertoire flavored with Latin, funk and r&b. The unique artistry of Evi's music gives insight to her open-hearted melodic soul and bares the influence of a diverse group of musical icons including Herbie Hancock, Stevie Wonder, Dave Grusin, Monty Alexander, Antônio Carlos Jobim, Eliane Elias and Michel Camilo. Aaron Dupont of Jazz Review Magazine writes "Evi Esteves is an intuitive and creative musical soul...". Danny Ulibarri of KUHS Internet/Radio describes Evi as a "supreme talent". A first generation American of Peruvian descent, Evi Esteves began to demonstrate extraordinary improvisational skills at the age of four


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