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Jon Powers

Jon Powers is a Colorado-based drummer. He attended the University of Denver Lamont School of Music and went on to study with Art Lande. He has played or recorded with artists including Matt Morris, Shannon Wexelberg, Ron Miles, 3ology, Sanskrit, Eveningtide, Ryan Brackin, Nate Wooley, and Brandon Vaccaro. Currently Jon is a member of the jazz group 3ology, works regularly with Matt Morris, and continues to free-lance throughout Colorado.

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3ology: With Ron Miles

Read "With Ron Miles" reviewed by Ken Waxman

This album is appropriately titled as, in many cases, the addition of another musician raises the level of an entire band's playing. So it is on this session, where Denver-based cornetist Ron Miles joins Colrado's 3ology combo. Evident from the one track on which Miles isn't featured, 3ology--brothers Doug and Tim Carmichael (alto sax and bass, ...

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3ology: With Ron Miles

Read "With Ron Miles" reviewed by Mark Corroto

This take out order of music was made from both sides of the menu from a restaurant serving up both groove and improvisation by the Colorado-based trio 3ology with guest cornetist Ron Miles. This disc is the third release for saxophonist Doug Carmichael, bassist Tim Carmichael and drummer Jon Powers, following Out Of The Depths (CMW ...


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