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The Peter And Will Anderson Trio At The Jazz Corner

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Peter and Will Anderson Trio The Jazz Corner Hilton Head Island, SC. February 21-22, 2020 Eight instruments on stage and only three musicians seemed like a challenge, particularly as the guitar was the only instrument played by Adam Moezinia. The other instruments were all for twin brothers Peter and Will Anderson ...


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Tierney Sutton At The Jazz Corner

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Tierney Sutton The Jazz Corner Hilton Head Island, SC February 8, 2020 When a lady has chosen nine new outfits, attended nine nerve wracking awards dinners and been nominated for nine Grammys since 2006, it would simply be impolite not to vote for her to win next time. Tierney Sutton certainly ...


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Reggie Deas

For twenty years, Reggie Deas has led a six-piece band performing soul, jazz, and Motown classic American music from the last century. This year, he decided with musical director and pianist Martin Lesch that they should expand to a 12-piece orchestra, and the audience heard their debut performance November 2nd, 2019. Over time Deas has collected setlists which work, and the orchestra has been built around the core musicians from his band. Greg Whittaker played alto saxophone, Chris Russell drums, Zach Austin took lead and Tyrone Mack had the bass guitar. The sound of the orchestra came from the velvet voice of Deas himself, who also has a gift for imitation of the singers of the sixties, which he called making voices


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