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Matteo Mosolo

Eccentric and versatile musician, curious and committed artist, always alerted to new things but also loving music history from jazz to rock, to classical music. Matteo Mosolo was born in 1985 and has begun to play and record in North Italy since 2001. Graduated in classical double bass at Conservatoio di Udine in 2011 he regularly collaborates with local orchestras and had the pleasure to play in Wien Musikverein with Japan Music Orchestra. He studied jazz double bass since 2008 improving his skills with Paolino Dalla Porta and attending masterclasses and workshops with Anto Pett, Francesco Bearzatti, Tristan Honsinger, Bebo Ferra and more


Tom Newman

Tom Newman is a real, true musician. Boiling in his veins is the talent of a true musical icon. With modesty, diligence and passion, Tom Newman works in every performance to create a musical atmosphere so fierce each audience member is left breathless and inspired. Tom Newman is a native Washingtonian who started formally studying guitar at age 15 and turned professional before his 16th birthday. “I can remember traveling to Northern Virginia from Northwest DC by myself when I was 15 to practice for performances I had with guys three times my age.” His independence and maturity landed him many performance and learning opportunities at a young age


Margie Evans

Internationally renowned Louisiana-bred artist, Margie Evans, the Executive Director and Founder of Los Angeles Music Week, Inc., is a legendary American Blues and Gospel singer, songwriter, businesswoman, spokeswoman, Blues activist and historian.

As the only African American President of the civics-oriented 5-4 Optimist Club of Los Angeles, she taught music history, respect for law, educational achievement, endless perseverance and integrity to both local schoolchildren and citizens. These are the tools of community building that launched the conception of L. A. Music Week. Well established as a multi- talented lyricist, classy multi-genre entertainer, blues historian, community leader and motivational speaker, Margie represents the Blues Genre with sincere poise, dignity and trademark robustly effervescent, jovial sophistication, unlike the typical blues stereotypes



Label: WhyPlayJazz
Released: 2019
Duration: 03:43


Daniel Bondaczuk

Pianist, composer, arranger, and producer Daniel Bondaczuk has led an ecletic career by navigating between utterly diverse musical spheres. Born and raised in Brazil, Daniel has been into music for most of his life, a journey that took him around the world. In his home country, his work with the legends of the radio era Cauby Peixoto and Angela Maria has earned recognition as it has won multiple nominations and awards in the acclaimed “Prêmio da Música Brasileira” (the local music industry award). He also has won the prestigious “Joaquim Simões da Hora Composition Award" in Portugal with a classical composition for two pipe organs. When not composing or refining his playing, Daniel collaborates with independent artists and songwriters in the music scene of Nashville, TN


Karl Nerenberg

Karl Nerenberg is en enthusiastic amateur player, who has played keyboard with the Ottawa bands "Verona Katz", "Peter Liu and the Jazz Mutants", and "Stay Tuned/Restez-à-l'écoute". He enjoys playing blues, standards, Latin tunes and jazz treatments of folk and country tunes. Currently he plays with singers Michèle Castonguay and Ferline Regis, trumpeter Ron Ferguson, bassist Neil Sealy and drummer Dan Quinlan. The players bring a variety of cultural backgrounds to the group, which all add to the musical mix. Their aim is bring the fun back into jazz. They play accessible and spirited music, that includes some soul and gospel, as well as lots of well-known and lesser-known standards, and material in French and Spanish


Melvin Quinones

Melvin Quinones, also known as Melvin Llord, started studying saxophone by age 11, with the idea of someday playing in the local church's band. He never made it to that group, but that didn't discourage him from his passion for music. By the age of 15, he was recording music with local bands and slowly gaining popularity as one of the best sax players in western Puerto Rico. At 17, his talent was discovered by Andrew Ruiz, one of the most popular band directors in Puerto Rico, who quickly extended him an invitation to play with international Latin star Wilkins. At a young age, he shared the stage with Puerto Rico’s finest artists, such as Marc Anthony, Ednita Nazario and Gilberto Santarrosa, among others. He joined the 248th Army Band at 19


Lukasz Juzko

My name is Łukasz Juźko. I am a saxophonist and composer. I initiate different kinds of musical projects. I have been awarded in multiple competitions and festivals. As a 20-year- old I debuted on the jazz scene with a concert starring New York singer – Judy Bady. That was the moment when I really relished jazz music. Later on, the fire that burns to this day was heated by the exceptional meeting with Billy Harper. I am a graduate of Jazz and Stage Music at the Academy of Music in Gdansk in the class of Maciej Sikała. I participated in many workshops and collaborated with such musicians as: Piotr Wojtasik, Judy Bady, Billy Harper, Newman Tylor Baker, Francesca Tanksley, Maciej Sikała, Wayne Dockery, Steve McCraven, prof


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