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Tony Marino Music

Tony Marino is a Latin jazz pianist, composer, and recording engineer based in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. EARLY YEARS … The artist fell in love with music at an early age. At just 7-years old he started playing piano and has been hooked ever since. In his early days, Tony was inspired by the iconic Leon Russell and strove to become professional pianist, composer and performer. Tony started studying piano with Bill DelGovenatore. This is where Tony’s journey into the world of jazz began. Bill introduced Tony the jazz genre and even introduced him to famous artists such as Thelonious Monk

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Charlie Hunter with Lucy Woodward at the Jazz Kitchen

Read "Charlie Hunter with Lucy Woodward at the Jazz Kitchen" reviewed by Patrick Burnette

Charlie Hunter / Lucy Woodward Jazz Kitchen Indianapolis, Indiana April 24, 2019 Eight-string guitarist Charlie Hunter's latest partnership is with vocalist Lucy Woodward, a firecracker with a strong sonic resemblance to Joan Osborne and an outgoing stage presence. For their performance at the Jazz Kitchen, the duo was joined by an ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

South Bend Jazz Festival Returns For Its 7th Year For Two Dates. Friday, October 5th & Saturday, October 6th

South Bend Jazz Festival Returns For Its 7th Year For Two Dates. Friday, October 5th & Saturday, October 6th

Friday, October 5th and Saturday, October 6th @ Century Center: 5:00 – 11:00 pm We start off with a Festival Night at Merriman’s Playhouse, October 4th @ 8:00 pm Festival Tickets are $15.00 available @ instantseats.com and $18 @ Door. You can purchase a ticket for both nights for $25. Party to World Class ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Monika Herzig: A Portrait of a Hero

Read "Monika Herzig: A Portrait of a Hero" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

German-born and US-based pianist, author and composer Monika Herzig released her most accomplished work to date the sublime Sheroes in March of 2018. This cohesive album is a celebration of women in music and particularly jazz, on it Herzig's group of women instrumentalists stimulatingly interpret several originals and two covers. Herzig has a doctorate in music ...

ARTICLE: HIGHLY OPINIONATED

Who Needs Monk?

Read "Who Needs Monk?" reviewed by Patrick Burnette

2017 is Thelonious Monk's hundredth anniversary year and as good a time as any to ask whether he has anything to teach young, ambitious, up-and-coming jazz musicians today. Monk's recordings still nurture and entertain countless jazz fans, and the clarity and directness of his conception makes him a wonderful “introductory" artist for newbies. Gigging ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Wes Montgomery: In the Beginning

Read "In the Beginning" reviewed by Luca Canini

Anche i giganti hanno cominciato da piccoli. Lontani dai riflettori e dalle luci delle capitali del jazz, sui palchi più o meno scalcagnati di una città qualunque. Indianapolis, nel caso di Wes Montgomery. Prima della fama, prima di cambiare per sempre il concetto di sei corde applicato all'improvvisazione, è nel cuore del Midwest che il chitarrista ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dave Stryker: Messin’ with Mister T

Read "Messin’ with Mister T" reviewed by Walter Atkins

Veteran jazz guitarist Dave Stryker's history includes playing and recording with the inimitable Stanley Turrentine from 1986 to 1995.His Messin' With Mister T (Strikezone Records), showcasing Turrentine classics, is a timely testimonial to the accomplished tenor's long career and extensive legacy. The legacy begins in the 50's for Turrentine while performing with adept musicians like Lowell ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mitch Shiner and the BloomingTones Big Band: Fly!

Read "Fly!" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Una splendida sorpresa! Il debutto di Mitch Shiner a capo della BloomingTones Big Band è un'ulteriore dimostrazione che il lavoro orchestrale negli Stati Uniti attrae molti giovani talenti e si configura come una vera tendenza. Abbiamo già considerato alcune ragioni in precedenti articoli ma possiamo aggiungere il prezioso apporto dato dalle università sparse nel ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ritmos Unidos: Ritmos Unidos

Read "Ritmos Unidos" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Il percussionista Michael Spiro ha coinvolto gli alunni della Jacobs School of Music -dipartimento dell'Indiana University-e guida questa formazione spaziando tra le differenti diramazioni della musica latina. Vediamo quindi coesistere in un'unico percorso musicale le varie forme del latin jazz e i folklori delle isole dei caraibi (Cuba, Porto Rico, Trinidad, Tobago) con suggestioni che vengono ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mitch Shiner And The BloomingTones Big Band: Fly!

Read "Fly!" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

"Hoosier Jazz" isn't an actual sub-genre of music, but that geographical tag fits this album so well. Drummer/Percussionist Mitch Shiner, a graduate of Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music, put together a Bloomington-based big band built around his IU chums, be they students, alums, local hotshots or professors. Then he simply fed them some killer arrangements ...


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