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Kelvin Roy

Kelvin grew up in Flint, Michigan. His father was from New Zealand and relocated to the United States after travelling there as a Fulbright scholar. Kelvin had copious lessons on piano and trombone, plus some voice training from an early age. He attended Flint Central High School, playing in many school bands and he was active in drama as well. He also taught himself how to play other brass instruments like baritone and bass trumpet. The latter—also called a marching valve trombone—became his main instrument. Since his father was an arts critic, he was able to see many first class acts as a child. Later, he went on the road with a couple popular funk and jazz bands playing clubs after attending Michigan State University. Then he moved to South Lousiana and had some amazing musical experiences, sometimes literally out in the swamps

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Mediterranean Sunrise

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Label: Martian Music
Released: 2016
Duration: 04:29

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Overlap

Label: Martian Music
Released: 2016
Track listing: Mediterranean Sunrise; Tui; Imprints; Overland; Supposin'; Lemon Honey, Getting By; By the Marketplace; Never Be the Same; Summer's Coming; A Beautiful Thing; Taiaotea

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Teamwork

Label: Martian Music
Released: 2014

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Thinks We Love to Do

Label: Martian Music
Released: 2013

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Amazing Animals

Label: Martian Music
Released: 2013

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Holidays

Label: Martian Music
Released: 2012

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Jollytime

Label: Martian Music
Released: 2011

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Soothing Flora & Fauna

Label: Martian Music
Released: 2011

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Endangered Downunder

Label: Martian Music
Released: 2010


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