Results for "Glenn Crytzer"
Inspired by his love of early jazz developed through years of dancing, Glenn Crytzer took up the banjo while pursuing his masters degree in music composition from the Cleveland Institute of Music. Inspired by a warm welcome in the Cleveland early jazz scene, Crytzer soon founded "The Any Measure Jazz Band" with fellow students from the Cleveland Institute of Music. After moving to Seattle in 2006, Crytzer began seeking out musicians to form a band who understood what dance music was all about. Since then Crytzer's bands have been featured for numerous events and venues throughout the Seattle area including Camp Jitterbug, Savoy Swing Jam, The Seattle Lindy Exchange, the Emerald City Blues Festival, the Century Ballroom Masters Weekend, the Killer Diller Weekend/Harvest Moon Ball Championships, the Russian Center, Waid's night club, the University of Washington Swing Kids, the Western Washington Swing Club, as well as at private events and parties. Also a classical composer, Crytzer's music has been performed around the US and in Europe
by Joe Dimino
Welcome to the annual Christmas show, trying to get all jazz fans into that seasonal mood. Each song is cultivated primarily by modern artists and a sprinkling of cats from years back. Featuring the likes of Dave Stryker, Pasquale Grasso, Glenn Crytzer and John Basile. Dig the holiday season and a brand new year, kids.
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: Disc 1: The 408 Special; Black Beauty; Just Like a Broken Record; Up and at ‘Em; Ain’t It Grand?; When I Get Low I Get High; A String of Pearls; Blue Jay; Steppin’ in Rhythm; Who’s Yehoodi?; A Woman Needs a Man; Jive at Five; I’m Nuts About Screwy Music; Thank You for the Moments; Well, Git It! Disc 2: Rhythm Is Our Business; The Glory of Love; Jubilee Stomp; Who Needs Spring?; Shorty’s Got to Go; Solo Flight; Marche Slav; I Get Ideas; The Ugly Duckling; The Little Orange Man; The Mooche; Massachusetts; Swing My Soul; Bear Foot Blues; Traffic Jam.
by Jerome Wilson
It's in the nature of most jazz musicians to reach out for the new but a few find their inspiration in the music of the pre-bebop era. Here are three examples. Ernie Krivda and Swing City A Bright And Shining Moment Capri Records 2018 Saxophonist Ernie Krivda is ...
by Jack Bowers
As Karen Carpenter once sang, it's yesterday once more"--at least it is whenever and wherever the gregarious Glenn Crytzer Orchestra springs into action. Crytzer's ensemble not only revitalizes songs from the long-ago Swing Era of the 1920s, '30s and '40s, its high-stepping two-CD set, Ain't It Grand?, even sounds as though it were recorded in those ...