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Chris Welcome

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Maritri

There aren’t many artists who can move from one form to another and do it well. Maritri has a gift for music, learning instruments with an ease that is impossible to describe and equally impossible to forget. Maritri taught herself to play guitar last year and a second later was performing on stage. She picked up the cello in the summer of 2005 and in six months’ time, made her debut as a cellist at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Few singers talk about stories of love, life, and loss the way Maritri can. Her poignant, bittersweet lyrics, tells “grown folks stories” in a poignant way that will break you down to the core

MUSICIAN Born:

Jon Dalton

Musician and composer. "The Gift" is the result of my first collaboration with arranger/producer John O'Hara. I play all styles of jazz guitar from Mainstream through Bop to Smooth and Urban Jazz. I also love contemporary R&B and some Hip-Hop which I think is reflected in my musical style. I am a contributing writer to http://www.playjazzguitar.com and Just Jazz Guitar magazine.


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