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Justin Page

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American jazz drummer Justin Page, born in New York City, started playing at the tender age of 8. In 1978, at age 11, he was the youngest musician ever to perform in the Newport Jazz Festival.

Over the years, he played with Kevin Hays, Bill Charlap, Justin Robinson, Curtis Stigers, Rufus Reid, Jon Gordon, Sean Smith, Valery Ponomarev, Sal Salvador, pop-sensation John Mayer, and many others.

He graduated from the High School for the Performing Arts in New York City, and then attended Manhattan School of Music for Composition.

Justin studied with Eddie Locke, ("Papa") Jo Jones, Billy Mintz, Justin DiCioccio, N.Y

Album

Justin Page and Friends: 20/20 Vision

Label: Temporal Acuity Publishing
Released: 2021

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Article: Album Review

Justin Page: Lost and Found

Read "Lost and Found" reviewed by Kyle Simpler


All too often in life, people find themselves reminiscing about their past accomplishments, only wishing they could go back in time to pick up where they left off. Unfortunately, many never get the opportunity to try again. New York-based drummer Justin Page, however, is an exception. The album, Lost And Found, is an excellent comeback for ...

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The Chief (Al Foster)

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Label: Temporal Acuity Publishing
Released: 2020
Duration: 08:21

Album

Lost and Found

Label: Temporal Acuity Publishing
Released: 2020
Track listing: Moon Song; The Chief; You You Don't Know What Love Is; Hide and Seek; Poinciana.


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