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Kam Falk

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A native of Chicago, Kam began learning music at an early age under the tutelage of his mother, a classical pianist, and the great concert pianist, Erna Salm. In the midst of his piano studies, he was recruited by his Grade-school orchestra to play cello - an instrument he continued to study throughout his college years. Kam comments, "This was significant because it gave me experience working in all sorts of ensembles playing chamber music and orchestral music and it introduced me to the music of the great composers." At age eleven, tragedy struck his family. His parents divorced, and his father returned to his native country, Jordan

Album

Native Tongue ll

Label: Falkreations Music (BMI)
Released: 2013

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Article: Profile

Jazz Honors The Beatles

Read "Jazz Honors The Beatles" reviewed by Michael Ricci


When The Beatles first emerged at the forefront of The British Invasion, few could have predicted the impact they'd have beyond the world of rock and pop. Early albums, and songs like “Love Me Do," “She Loves You" and “I Want to Hold Your Hand," were hardly the grist for something more. But by ...

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News: Recording

Bassist Kam Falk Releases "Retro-Respect"

Bassist Kam Falk Releases "Retro-Respect"

Kam Falk has just completed a new 10-song CD with 11 very special guest artists all contributing stellar performances. A complete departure from his debut entitled, Native Tongue, this CD was completed in partial fulfillment of a master's degree in commercial music and contains 10 arrangements of songs by pop icons such as Chaka Khan, Steely ...


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