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Angela T. Clark


Performing in commercials since the age of 4, Angela was born in Orangeburg, South Carolina. A true Southern Belle, she has a dual degree in Theatre and Business from South Carolina State University. Her musical introduction began early under the influence of her parents love of jazz. She credits her style to a mixture of Ella Fitzgerald, Nancy Wilson, Nina Simone, Billie Holiday and Lena Horne. Her education into the intricacies of jazz styling was honed under the direction of Dr. Alvin Fulton and the South Carolina State University Jazz Ensemble and had the unique introduction to Jazz greats like Frank Foster, Jimmy Heath, Oscar Peterson and Carmen McRae


James Alan Nowell


I started performing early, singing with my sister accompanying on piano around age 4. I began the clarinet in school band around age 13 and added saxophone during my freshman year in college in 1974. After graduation I went on the road with a show band named The Spurrlows for about 4 years, left the road and got a public school teaching job. I taught for about a year before returning to the road with a contemporary Christian group called TRUTH. After leaving, I returned home, got married, and eventually moved to Lynchburg Va to work with Dr. Jerry Falwell at Thomas Road Baptist Church and the Liberty Broadcasting Network


Tish Oney

Dr. Tish Oney, international performing/recording artist, arranger, and composer currently tours as a symphony pops and big band soloist, jazz vocalist, and artist-in-residence. Oney has arranged several hundred pieces for jazz combo including hits from the Great American Songbook as well as her originals and is frequently commissioned to write, arrange, and perform unique concert presentations. Tish recently released her fifth major recording project featuring John Chiodini (guitar), Chuck Berghofer (bass) and Ray Brinker (drums). This album, The Best Part (on the Blujazz label) serves as a compilation of new original songs by contemporary jazz composers, including three never-before-heard songs co-written by jazz diva Peggy Lee


Sharon LaMotte


Sharon LaMotte’s love affair with music and art has been a feature of her life from the beginning. Her total emersion in the world of jazz happened relatively late in life. She began to sing several years before meeting Bill Gerhardt and at his urging, started working professionally. She hascontinued to study with the great Sheila Jordan and Jay Clayton in New York City. Her knack for choosing material that is perfectly suited to her is uncanny. Her set list includes unfamiliar, modern compositions, as well as standards ranging back to the 1920’s. Sharon’s delivery is highly personal and direct


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Marbin at The Firmament

Read "Marbin at The Firmament" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Marbin The Firmament Greenville, SC March 29, 2018 Chicago jazz-rock band Marbin is one of the great road warriors, having toured the U.S. extensively since 2011. They make fans the old-fashioned way: one at a time. The band was founded in 2007 by saxophonist Danny Markovitch and guitarist Dani Rabin in ...


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Jon Faddis at The Wheel

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Jon Faddis The Wheel Greenville, SC March 8, 2018 “The Wheel Sessions" have been taking place in the funky performance space called The Wheel in Greenville, South Carolina since August, 2016. Ten bucks gets you two sets of music with many of the best jazz players in Upstate South Carolina and ...


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Mings And Craig: Day By Day

Read "Day By Day" reviewed by Rob Rosenblum

Day By Day by the group Mings and Craig consisting of guitarists Monty Craig and Jim Mings is a quiet and unassuming guitar CD by two good friends and respected musicians from the north western part of South Carolina area near Greenville. Both musicians are educators and long time friends. Craig teaches at Clemson ...


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Bill Frisell Trio at Peace Center

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Bill Frisell Trio Peace Center Greenville, SC November 22, 2015 The promotional description for this Bill Frisell Trio show promised “music from Frisell's entire, and quite versatile, repertoire." A bold claim, given the guitarist's huge, varied discography, which ranges from experimental jazz with John Zorn to reinterpretations of pop songs. ...


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Jazz Pianist/Vocalist Marc Hoffman To Join Wavy Train For Six Performances

Jazz Pianist/Vocalist Marc Hoffman To Join Wavy Train For Six Performances

North Carolina musician, Marc Hoffman will play Southeast dates with band SALISBURY, NC: Composer, jazz pianist, and vocalist, Marc Hoffman will perform with NC based jam band, Wavy Train for six dates in the Southeast during the band's spring/summer Southeastern 2015 Tour. The first performance will be Friday, April 10th at Second & Green Tavern in ...


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Jeff Sipe Trio at Independent Public Alehouse

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Jeff Sipe Trio Featuring Mike Seal And Taylor Lee Independent Public Alehouse Greenville, SC March 5, 2015 The Jeff Sipe Trio began their set with a surprising cover version of Weather Report's “Black Market." Not a tune that could be easily rearranged for a guitar/bass/drums trio, but they made it ...


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