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Jammin' Reviews

Jammin' Reviews

Trombonist Jay T. Vonada from Aaronsburg, Pennsylvania makes an elegant entrance into the world of recorded music with an audacious debut release of Jammin, just the kind of stuff that one needs to get noticed. Without a star-studded cast of players Vonada crafts a very fine first effort using local talent producing a nice result. His ...


CD Available

CD Available

Jay T. Vonada's debut album is available from The CD features eight original compostions ranging from swing to latin to funk. The band is made up of local talent in the central region of Pennsylvania. Adam Kurland on keyboards, Jacob Hibel on bass and John Sullivan on drums. Vonada, plays in a variety of groups ...


Jay T. Vonada Quartet

Jay T. Vonada Quartet

Jay T. Vonada, of Aaronsburg Pennsylvania, will have his debut CD, Jammin', released on Tuesday July 22, 2008. Vonada, who is a musician in the central region of Pennsylvania, plays in several bands. They are all diverse in their musical styles. Although music is not his full time profession, he spends hours practicing and performing in ...


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