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Gerry Gibbs was born in New York City on January 15, 1964. His father is jazz vibraphone legend & bandleader Terry Gibbs. Gerry grew up in Southern California and started playing the drums at the age of 4. By the time he was 7 years old, Gerry had already appeared on a few Television shows. On The Steve Allen Show in 1971, Gerry played a 3 minute drum solo and later, on the show To Tell The Truth, Gerry traded drum choruses with TV celebrity Bob Crane (who played Hogan on the hit TV show Hogan’s Heroes). By the time he was 18, Gerry had already become a professional musician
By Cheryl Pyle
Label: 11th Street Music
Track listing: Cheryl Pyle-c flute /alto flute 1 -Distant Duo with Max Ridgway 2 -Distant Duo with Haruna Fukazawa 3-Distant Duo with Axel Weiss 4-Distant Duo with Premik Russsell Tubbs 5- Distant Duo with Judi Silvano 6-Distant Duo with Christiaan De Jong 7-Distant Duo with Hans Peter Salentin 8-Distant Duo with Tom Shad 9-Distant Duo with Gerry Gibbs 10-Distant Duo with Biggi Vinkeloe 11-Distant Duo with Puma Perl 12-Distant Duo with Susan Yung 13- Distant Duo with Michael Eaton
By Gerry Gibbs
Label: Whaling City Sound
Track listing: Scenes: The Calm Before the Storm; The Journey Begins; Music from the Universe; Our People; Dance of the Freedom People; The Streets; Oh Yeah!; Boys Sent to Die; Messengers on the Run; Chick Corea; Friends Before We Were Friends, Part 1; Friends Before We Were Friends, Part 2; Flying on the Wings of a Fantasy; Volkswagens, Peace Signs & Dashikis; Mike & Lenny; Thrasher Peoples Blues; Memories of Home; The Final Message; Tune In! We Return You Back to Your Reality.
JAZZ CROONER EXTRAORDINAIRE! Born in New London, Connecticut, USA, in 1961, jazz and cabaret crooner Ken Slavin grew up a military brat, attending 10 schools in seven states by the time he was 17. After graduating from high school in Alaska, he settled in his father's hometown of San Antonio, Texas, where he enrolled at St. Mary's University, one of the most respected liberal arts institutions in the Southwest, graduating with honors in 1983. Despite being naturally drawn to the stage and deeply in love with all kinds of music, Ken put his show business aspirations on hold for several years while he pursued a successful journalism and public relations career
by Jack Bowers
Our People, the twelfth album as leader by multi-instrumentalist Gerry Gibbs, is difficult to describe and even harder to pigeonhole. Is it jazz? Not really. Is it world music? Sometimes. And sometimes even other-worldly. Stream of consciousness? Perhaps, but always with a specific plan in mind. Tone poems? Only in the sense that there are times ...
by Geno Thackara
Tubis Trio Flashback AudioCave 2018 Sophisticated chops? Check. Solid chemistry? Definitely. Knowledge of jazz tradition combined with determination to avoid sitting still? Of course. Maciej Tubis and his cohorts in the Tubis Trio certainly check all the proper boxes expected of a professional combo. Beyond that, though, they distinguish themselves with ...
by Mike Jurkovic
In the grand, giving spirit of the master, pianist Benito Gonzalez, drummer Gerry Gibbs and bassist Essiet Okon Essiet hold absolutely nothing back and pull no punches on their exhilarating tribute to McCoy Tyner, Passion Reverence Transcendence. With each tune taped in a single take, the trio explodes with a bold and proclamatory rush. ...
by Dan Bilawsky
Yes, that Coltrane. Vocalist Michelle Coltrane, the offspring of pianist Alice McLeod (and vocalist Kenny Hagood) and the stepdaughter of saxophone icon John Coltrane, has one of the strongest musical pedigrees around. She was, quite literally, born and raised into musical legend. But her background and lineage hasn't put undue pressure on her development or musical ...
by Jack Bowers
"92 Years Young." Sometimes that's an exaggeration. On the other hand, when applied to vibraphonist Terry Gibbs it may well be an understatement. Gibbs was indeed a mere six months shy of his ninety-second birthday when Jammin' at the Gibbs House" was recorded in his living room in April 2016. Close your eyes, however, and it's ...
by Dan Bilawsky
For a brief moment, put aside the fact that legendary vibraphonist Terry Gibbs is now ninety-two years old. Just listen to the YouTube video at the bottom of this piece--lyrical, swinging, and vibrant as any jazz out there--and take it in. It's something beautiful, right? Nothing radical or groundbreaking at all, but most certainly jazz of ...