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Jamie Fox

Jamie Fox, originally from California, has performed world wide, in concert and on television, including the Montreaux Jazz Festival. A semifinalist in the Thelonious Monk International Jazz competition in 1995, he has worked with artists as diverse as Brother Jack Mc Duff, Dr. John, Ernie Watts, Gene Harris, Tiger Okoshi, Carla Thomas, Otis Clay and The Shirelles. He played lead guitar and served as Musical Director for the Joan Baez World Tour (1989-1991), filming a popular PBS television special with Baez and Jackson Browne. He was lead guitarist for Blood, Sweat, & Tears (1998-2000), touring the USA and Canada

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Stephan Crump: Giving Life to the Music

Read "Stephan Crump: Giving Life to the Music" reviewed by Tyler Henderson

Stephan Crump is a bassist with many talents, his skills ranging from funk and rock to straight ahead jazz and folk. The Grammy-nominated artist cut his teeth on the jny: New York City jazz scene, working there since the 1990s. He's been a collaborator and a bandleader, working with the likes of Vijay Iyer, Ashford Simpson, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Stephan Crump's Rosetta Trio: Thwirl

Read "Thwirl" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Some groups just have chemistry, no matter what their instrumentation or musical background. Something about them just works. Stephan Crump's Rosetta Trio is one such group. Comprised of two guitarists-one electric and one acoustic-plus Crump's own resonant acoustic bass, the Rosetta Trio straddles the worlds of jazz, avant garde, and modern folk music with consummate ease ...

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Stephan Crump's Rosetta Trio at Constellation

Read "Stephan Crump's Rosetta Trio at Constellation" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Stephan Crump's Rosetta Trio Constellation Chicago IL May 3rd 2014 For a little over a year drummer Mike Reed's Constellation has served as a refuge for fans of adventurous music who were left “orphaned" after the death of jny: Chicago Jazz doyen, saxophonist Fred Anderson and the demise of his original ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Stephan Crump's Rosetta Trio: Thwirl

Read "Thwirl" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Formazione per certi versi anomala--contrabbasso, chitarra acustica, chitarra elettrica--il Rosetta Trio del contrabbassista Stephan Crump giunge alla terza pubblicazione in otto anni. Debutto folgorante con Rosetta nel 2006, nel 2010 Reclamation album che potremmo definire di assestamento, e ora Twirl, la nuova avventura del trio tutto cordofono. Siamo di fronte alla prova della ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Malcolm Hunter: Nostalgia in My Square Head

Read "Nostalgia in My Square Head" reviewed by Gina Vodegel

Every once in a while an album emerges that, in its final form, only seems to touch briefly on the full story behind its inception. Nostalgia in My Square Head is one of those albums. Songwriter/keyboardist Malcolm Hunter may not be known to the public at large as a musician and blues poet, but he has ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Stephan Crump: Reclamation

Read "Reclamation" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

The 2006 debut of Stephan Crump's Rosetta (Papillon Sounds) was unusual in a number of ways, not least that it didn't seem to be trying to be unusual. The trio of upright bass, acoustic guitar and electric guitar played tightly woven, structured music, even without a drummer, and managed to find new ground in the shrinking ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Stephan Crump: Reclamation

Read "Reclamation" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

The dialog that began in 2005's Rosetta (Papillon Sounds) continues in Reclamation, as bassist Stephan Crump's Rosetta Trio--including guitarists Liberty Ellman and Jamie Fox--articulates a wealth of ideas. With music that is not easily categorized, the trio's influences are pandemic as Crump states “every bit of music and life that each member of the trio has ...

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Guitarist Jamie Fox Interviewed at AAJ

Guitarist Jamie Fox Interviewed at AAJ

Jamie Fox's path to recording his first album as a leader has been anything but mundane. Growing up listening to, well, just about everything, Fox began his career as a musician in San Francisco. There he followed his eclectic ear to playing gigs with such diverse names as Brother Jack McDuff, Dr. John, Joan Baez, and ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Jamie Fox: My Long, Strange Trip

Read "Jamie Fox: My Long, Strange Trip" reviewed by David Miller

Jamie Fox's path to recording his first album as a leader has been anything but mundane. Growing up listening to, well, just about everything, Fox began his career as a musician in San Francisco. There he followed his eclectic ear to playing gigs with such diverse names as Brother Jack McDuff, Dr. John, Joan Baez, and ...


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