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With a spirit, energy and diversity that are uniquely New York City, guitarist Jeff Golub will open the doors to Grand Central, his seventh solo album, on March 6th. Golub produced most of the Narada Jazz/Blue Note Label Group collection of electric and acoustic blues, contemporary jazz, rock and pop with Steven Miller, with a few tracks produced by Rick Braun and Paul Brown. Roaring out of the station first is "Hello Betty", which is engineered by Golub's cool-toned electric riffing and powered by an incendiary horn section. Conductors will begin punching tickets for the track at smooth jazz radio on February 5th. Golub has a natural flare for delivering raw and honest recordings

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Article: Radio

Jazz Funk and Fusion and Progressive Rock

Read "Jazz Funk and Fusion and Progressive Rock" reviewed by Len Davis


Jazz Funk from Dean Brown and Lettuce, plus new releases from Oz Noy and Scott Jones. Playlist Dean Brown-Dennis Chambers “Breaksong" from D B 2 (BHM Productions) 00:00 Dennis Chambers “Plan B" from Outbreak (ESC Records) 07:59 Pickpocket “Bootstomp" from How 'Bout It (Self Produced) 15:57 Jeff Golub “Cold Sweat" from Do It Again ...

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Article: Live Review

Ms. Taylor P. Collins and the TPC Band at Club Fox

Read "Ms. Taylor P. Collins and the TPC Band at Club Fox" reviewed by Walter Atkins


Ms. Taylor P. Collins and the TPC Band Club Fox Club Fox Blues Jam Redwood City CA May 13,2015 Seasoned San Francisco Bay Area blues vocalist and bandleader Ms. Taylor P. Collins and the TPC band played an invigorating midweek set at the Club Fox. The intimate venue, part of ...

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News: Recording

Jazz Royalty “Open Up” “The Vault” To Help Departed Friend’s Family

Jazz Royalty “Open Up” “The Vault” To Help Departed Friend’s Family

New single from the late guitarist Jeff Golub debuts in the Billboard Top 20 ahead of Tuesday’s album release with sales benefitting The Golub family. New York, NY: A few days prior to New Year’s Day, the day guitarist Jeff Golub passed away at age 59, his frequent collaborators Steven Miller, Rick Braun and Bud Harner ...

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News: Event

New Yorkers Come To Jeff Golub's Aid One Final Time

New Yorkers Come To Jeff Golub's Aid One Final Time

January 21 all-star concert planned to memorialize the guitarist and benefit his family sells out. New York, NY: When the newly blind guitarist Jeff Golub stumbled and fell onto New York City subway tracks where he was clipped and dragged by a train in 2012, New Yorkers came to his aid. When word spread throughout the ...

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News: Obituary

Guitarist Jeff Golub dies at 59; Copley Township native played with rock stars

Guitarist Jeff Golub dies at 59; Copley Township native played with rock stars

Guitarist Jeff Golub, a versatile contemporary jazz artist who also spent years as a sideman with rockers Billy Squier and Rod Stewart, died Thursday at 59, JazzTimes reported Monday. Though the exact cause of death has yet to be disclosed, Golub, a Copley Township native, had been suffering from a rare disease called progressive supranuclear palsy. ...

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News: Performance / Tour

Jazz Bridge First Thursday Concert Series In Cheltenham Presents Chico Huff

Jazz Bridge First Thursday Concert Series In Cheltenham Presents Chico Huff

The Jazz Bridge First Wednesdays Neighborhood Concerts Series at the Cheltenham Center for the Arts, Ashbourne Road in Cheltenham—presents bassist Chico Huff on Wednesday, February 4. Showtime is 7:30 p.m., tickets are $10/$5 for students, and are only available at the door. For info: 215-517-8337 or visit jazzbridge.org/events/neighborhood-concerts. Originally a guitarist, Arlie “Chico” Huff has been ...

Album

Train Keeps A Rolling

Label: Thrill Jockey
Released: 2013

Album

Train Keeps A Rollin

Label: eOne Music
Released: 2013

News: Recording

Golub’s "Pusherman" Goes No. 1

Golub’s "Pusherman" Goes No. 1

First single from the soul-jazz guitarist’s “Train Keeps A Rolling” album tops the Billboard chart. New York, NY: If “It ain’t no. 1 until it is no. 1 in Billboard,” guitarist Jeff Golub can justifiably claim to have a no. 1 single with his ripping retelling of the gritty Curtis Mayfield street chronicle, “Pusherman.” The first ...


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