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Geoff Hazelrigg

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Played a number of instruments from an early age, finally settling on electric and double bass. Started playing bass in high school, studying with Reggie Washington. Attended University of the Arts in Philadelphia and earned Bachelor Degree in Jazz. Along the way studied with well-known artists like Edward Simon, Gerald Veasley, and Gary Grainger. Performed with: Bryan Ferry, Maysa Leak, Tony C. and the Truth, Don Felder, Autre Ne Veut. Produced recordings with/for: Tina Chancey, Gavin Black/George Hazelrigg, Bona Fide, Atlantic Records, Universal, N2K, Downtown Records, NBC, TBS

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Front and Center

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Label: Outer Marker
Released: 2019
Duration: 3:08

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Front & Center

Label: Outer Marker
Released: 2019
Track listing: Front and Center; 5 Minds; In The Night; Tempest; Trust The Process; The Determinator.

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Article: Album Review

Hazelrigg Brothers: Songs We Like

Read "Songs We Like" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


George Hazelrigg, pianist, and bassist Geoff Hazelrigg, The Hazelrigg Brothers, are owners of Hazelrigg Industries, a company that markets high-end audio gear; and they have crafted a high-end musical statement with Songs We Like, an inviting piano trio effort built mostly around popular rock songs. Jimi Hendrix is here; so is Ian Anderson, Jethro Tull's frontman, ...

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Autre Ne Veut - Age of Transparency

Label: Downtown
Released: 0

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Tina Chancey - The Versatile Viol

Label: Golden Apple
Released: 0


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