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Jeff Hedberg

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Jeff Hedberg is a 25-year-old jazz singer, flugelhorn and trumpet player. His musical training includes a Master of Music in Jazz Pedagogy from Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Music in Music Education from Elmhurst College. During his time at both institutions Jeff had the opportunity to perform with both the EC Jazz Band and the NU Jazz Ensemble, both well-known big bands. During which he played both lead trumpet and jazz chair. Through his schooling, as well as his own pursuits, Jeff has studied with Doug Beach, Mark Colby, Jackie Allen, Brenda Lualdi, Bob Rummage, Mark Streder, Libby York, Jeff Deustch, Phoebe Fuller, Rob Parton, Don Owens, Joel Spencer, Mike Kocour and Judy Roberts. Jeff's playing and singing styles are most notably rooted in the styles of Chet Baker and Mel Torme

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Richard Bliwas: Ghost

Read "Ghost" reviewed by Jeff Hedberg


Composer/pianist/singer Richard Bliwas sets out on his most ambitious recording yet with Ghost. Bliwas offers listeners an intoxicating mix of free jazz, funk, Latin, pop and straight-ahead jazz. His writing, unmistakably original, shares similarities with that of Patricia Barber, Miles Davis, and The Beatles. The recording opens with an original, “Olivia," featuring intimate writing and lyrics ...

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Susan Getz: Jazz Boxx

Read "Jazz Boxx" reviewed by Jeff Hedberg


Susan Getz keeps the spirit of West Coast Cool alive on her debut recording, Jazz Boxx. She exhibits her jazz/pop sensibility with Robert Palmer's “Honeymoon" as well as Lennon/McCartney's “Long and Winding Road" and “Come Together." All three selections showcase Getz's warmth and tenderness. Another facet of Getz's artistry is her distinctive interpretation of Great American ...

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The Summer Knows

Label: Blujazz
Released: 2004

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Teraesa Vinson: Opportunity Please Knock

Read "Opportunity Please Knock" reviewed by Jeff Hedberg


Vocalist Teraesa Vinson's debut album, Opportunity Please Knock , opens with a deceivingly innocent interpretation of “What A Difference a Day Made." She begins with an uncomplicated duet with bassist Nicki Parrot, which develops into a refined quartet. The track blossoms into a raucous swing that proves Vinson and her group mean business. Theraesa Vinson's sass ...

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Come and Meet Me in a Dream

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Released: 2002
Track listing: Old Devil Moon, Blood Count, The Way You Look Tonight, For Heaven's Sake, You Don't Know What Love Is, One For My Baby, Almost Like Being In Love, Autumn Leaves, A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing, All Blues, Goodbye

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Jeff Hedberg and Sketches in Blue: Come and Meet Me in a Dream

Read "Come and Meet Me in a Dream" reviewed by Craig W. Hurst


The spirit of Chet Baker is alive and well in the performance of Chicagoland trumpeter and vocalist Jeff Hedberg. On his CD, Come And Meet Me In A Dream, Hedberg demonstrates a similar essence in his light tenor voice and rather spare approach in trumpet improvisation that are very reminiscent of the almost fragile effluence of ...


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