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Dominic Lalli

Dominic Lalli grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada. He began studying music in middle school and high school with great support from his musical family. After high school, Dominic decided to continue his music education at Northern Arizona University. There, Dominic began a more focused study of music and began playing weekly trio gigs with world renowned bassist Joel Dibartolo (Tonight Show Band, Buddy Rich, Carmen McCrae) and, now, Chicago-based drummer Frank Rosaly. In 2001, Dominic recieved a scholarship to study music at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music in New York City. There, Dominic studied with the likes of Dave Leibman, Bob Mintzer, Dick Oatts, Kenny Barron and Garry Dial

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Denver Comes Alive 2020

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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 ...

George Stone / Fred Hess Big Band / Jamie Begian Big Band

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George StoneThe Real DealSelf Published2010 Every once in a while the stars align, the wheel of fortune spins precisely and listeners are the happy recipients of a big band album that is remarkably engaging and spectacular from start to finish; in other words, The Real Deal. This ...

Fred Hess Big Band / Timucua Jazz Orchestra / Michael Treni

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Fred Hess Big Band Hold On Dazzle Records 2010 When listening to Hold On, composer / arranger / saxophonist Fred Hess' fourteenth album as leader but first in front of a big band, one question immediately arises: What took him so long? As it turns out, recording his ...

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Fred Hess Big Band: Hold On

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Originally from Abington, Pennsylvania, tenor saxophonist Fred Hess has resided in Denver, Colorado since 1981. Though Denver is not often considered a hotbed of progressive jazz, Hess, as founder of the Boulder Creative Music Ensemble and Denver's Creative Music Works Orchestra, has fashioned an alternative to the East Coast/West Coast paradigm. With 14 albums as a ...

Dominic Lalli: A Blind Man's Blue

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2008
Track listing: A Blind Man's Blue; Emerald Isles; A Better Place; Joshua; In My Spare Time (Interlude); Final Perseverance; Love Walked In; Golden Earrings; For You (Outerlude).

Dominic Lalli: A Blind Man's Blue

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Dominic Lalli A Blind Man's Blue Independent 2008 Making a memorable and positive entrance onto the world's jazz stage is a rare achievement--and, percentage-wise, becoming rarer. It takes a high level of commitment, talent, and work; and some good luck never hurt. These days the standard is higher ...


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