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Jeff Koch was born on October 21, 1989 and raised in Greenwich Village, the heart of New York City’s music scene. He started playing electric bass when he was 12 years old and began studying upright bass his first day of high school a year later. In high school, Jeff was exposed to big band music, which influenced the development of his sound making it rich and powerful without the use of amplification. He participated in the Berklee College of Music High School Jazz Festival for 4 years as well as the Essentially Ellington Competition for 3 years. At the Berklee competition, Jeff received the “judges’ choice award” twice and also received an “outstanding musicianship award”
by Jack Bowers
For their second album, the talented Fatum brothers (twins, as it happens), Michael on trumpet, John on drums, introduced their admirable Jazz Orchestra to an appreciative audience at Chicago's venerable Jazz Showcase in July 2013 for a concert of mostly original compositions on which unbridled old-school swinging is the order of the day. Jazz standards by ...
by Peter Cobb
In many discussions about jazz's future, people have argued that the Internet will be the next 52nd Street for the music. Sadly, like many things Web, there has been more sizzle than steak. But not always--this past weekend I played a gig with the All About Jazz Orchestra (AAJO), a group that existed purely in binary ...