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Josh Shpak

“I love connecting with people,” says young trumpeter, Josh Shpak. “Whether they be teenagers or your grandma, if I can see that they’re feeling the music, I’m happy.” This breaking of generational gaps has become somewhat of a habit for the 21-year-old Berklee College of Music student. With a rich style evident of influences from classic jazz to electronica, Shpak has made himself a wanted commodity in the music world. This cross-generational quality has launched a career playing with jazz heavy-weights, such as Cedar Walton and Jimmy Heath, soul legends Tower of Power, and young cross-over innovators like Esperanza Spalding, Christian Scott and John Daversa

Album

A Wake of Sorrows Engulfed in Rage

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Trolls ( For Lyle); Goya; Requiem; 3 Funerals #3: Mili; Joy; Yhe Unbreakable Veil; Lace; Hesitation; Listen; 3 Funerals #1: Tommy; The Groove; Prepare to Stop; Water Creatures; 3 Funerals #2: Roberto; Breach; Ima

Album

Astatic

Label: Interrobang Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: The Vibe; From Different Places; Prelude: Through My Eyes; Weapons; requiem; Not Just Yet.

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Article: Album Review

Josh Shpak Band: Astatic

Read "Astatic" reviewed by James Nadal


If one is driven to the edge of sound and requested to hear the future of jazz, whoever is spinning the tunes might consider the Josh Shpak Band to open the show with music from Astatic . Led by trumpet prodigy Josh Shpak, who was personally mentored by the legendary Clark Terry, this outfit is propelled ...


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