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Drago Gajo

Drago Gajo has played and recorded more than 50 records with the best Slovenian, former Yugoslav and some European and USA jazz stars such as Woody Shaw, Clark Terry, Sheila Jordan, Mark Murphy, Arturo Sandoval, Duško Gojkovic, Gianni Basso, George Cables, Barry Harris, Dave Samuels, Peter Mihelic, Renato Chicco, Steve Gut, Petar Ugrin, Ewald Oberleitner, Tone Janša, Peter Herbert, Primož Grašic, Miroslav Sedak-Bencic, Adelhard Roidinger, Lee Harper,Roberto Magris,Ondrej Kabrna, Fritz Pauer, Pat O'leary,Aleš Avbelj, Dejan Pecenko, Blaz Jurjevcic, Igor Lumpert, Jani Moder, Miro Kadoic, Lenart Krecic, Alan Botschinsky, Lojze and Dominik Krajncan, Silvia Dorste, Nina Strnad, Oto Pestner, Alenka Godec, DOM Big Band, RTV Slovenija Big Band under the direction of Jože Privšek and Sypmhony Orchestra under the direction of Janez Gregorc.


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Drago Gajo: Jazz Internationalist

Read "Drago Gajo: Jazz Internationalist" reviewed by Fred W. Gretsch

It's said that music is the universal language. And even though it's considered an American creation, jazz music in particular is performed and enjoyed all over the world--including in the central European nation of Slovenia. For anyone who might be unfamiliar with Slovenia, it's one of the countries formed after the dissolution of the ...


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Jazz Club Gajo Needs Help from Int. Community

Hello. Jazz Club Gajo from Slovenija needs help from international community. We opened our doors in 1994. Now they are trying to kick us out of the building. It is due June 10th, so we need your attention quickly... We established a support page on Facebook. In less then 3 days more then 2100 supporters from ...


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