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The key attribute of any truly successful artist is the ability to consistently write music of the quality that can shape a career. This doesn’t always come easy but in the case of writer, producer and keyboard player Jonathan Fritzén he makes it appear to be the most natural thing in the world. His latest album, the delightfully accessible ‘Diamonds’, is a case in point. Released in June 2010, and described as his most personal project yet, he has composed all ten tracks, produced throughout and engaged the services of some really outstanding guest artists. Both Alex Al and Mel Brown contribute on bass while sax duties are shared between Koh (aka Mr

Guitars Galore: Major Vistas, Joe Policastro Trio, Dan Arcamone, Charlie Ballantine, Sound Underground, & Kay-Ta Matsuno

Read "Guitars Galore: Major Vistas, Joe Policastro Trio, Dan Arcamone, Charlie Ballantine, Sound Underground, & Kay-Ta Matsuno" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

A brief overview of several notable 2016 contemporary jazz releases featuring guitarists. Major Vistas Minor Anthems Self Produced 2016 A fresh approach to the jazz trio, and the debut release from Madison, Wisconsin's Major Vistas. Keyboardist Mike Weiser says he thinks of it as a modern “organ" ...

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Get Fritzenized! Rising Star Keyboardist/Composer Jonathan Fritzen Releases Fifth Solo Album February 10, 2015 On Nordic Night Records

Get Fritzenized! Rising Star Keyboardist/Composer Jonathan Fritzen Releases Fifth Solo Album February 10, 2015  On Nordic Night Records

Sweden’s Hottest Musical Import to U.S. Since Abba Los Angeles, CA: Take one of the hottest composers and keyboard players in instrumental pop, add in featured performances from the likes of Gerald Albright, Paul Taylor and Nils Landgren, hook them up with ten wonderful new tunes and what do you have? The answer is Fritzenized, the ...

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Hot Jazz And Soul In The Desert

Hot Jazz And Soul In The Desert

Robin Thicke, Maxwell, Charlie Wilson, Erykah Badu, Keyshia Cole and jazz headliners will heat up the Arizona Jazz Festival on October 25-27, 2013. Phoenix, AZ: The endless Arizona sky will be filled with a galaxy of stars day and night during the Arizona Jazz Festival slated for October 25-27, 2013 at the Arizona Grand Resort & ...

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Jazz Jackpot: Jazz And Soul Stars To Light Up The City Of Lights

Jazz Jackpot: Jazz And Soul Stars To Light Up The City Of Lights

Las Vegas Jazz Festival slated for September 27-29, 2013 headlines Charlie Wilson, India.Arie, Jeffrey Osborne, Euge Groove, Kem and Anthony Hamilton Phoenix, Arizona (8 August 2013): More than 24 contemporary jazz and R&B high rollers promise to make the Las Vegas Jazz Festival a winning bet. Tickets are now on sale for the 3-day music and ...

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Jonathan Fritzen - The Swedish American Keyboardist Dazzles the World with "Diamonds"

Jonathan Fritzen - The Swedish American Keyboardist Dazzles the World with "Diamonds"

Sweet and seductive as chocolate, the music of keyboardist Jonathan Fritzen dazzled the world with his 2010 release of “Diamonds." A stellar production with featured guests like Darren Rahn, Jessy J and Koh Mr. Saxman (one of Asia's most known sax players), the single “Dance with Me" from “Diamonds" was #1 on Billboard for numerous weeks. ...


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