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Ken Edwards, trumpet and flugelhorn player, has been an active freelance musician in the Dallas/Fort Worth area for the past 10 years. Ken was a featured soloist while on tour with the legendary jazz trumpeter, Maynard Ferguson, and played on Ferguson's final studio album, The One and Only (MF Music). Ken has shared the stage with many well-known artists, such as Joe Lovano, Lew Soloff, and recorded alongside Wayne Bergeron, Chip McNeill and Steve Wiest. Ken has also recorded with Stockton Helbing, Brian Mulholland, the UNT One O'clock Lab Band, Dan Bruce, The Dallas Original Jazz Orchestra, The Mark Tonelli Group and Jerrod Daniel, to name a few

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Kris Berg & the Metroplexity Big Band / Michael Treni Big Band / Millennium Jazz Orchestra

Read "Kris Berg & the Metroplexity Big Band / Michael Treni Big Band / Millennium Jazz Orchestra" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Kris Berg & the Metroplexity Big BandThis Time / Last YearMAMA Records2012 Until now, bassist / educator Kris Berg, who oversees the Jazz Studies program at Collin College near Dallas, TX, has been widely known and respected as someone who writes and arranges songs for others to play. ...

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Kris Berg & The Metroplexity Big Band: This Time / Last Year

Read "This Time / Last Year" reviewed by Edward Blanco

As Director of Jazz Studies at Collin College near Dallas, TX, award-winning bassist Kris Berg has vast experience teaching the music, directing various ensembles, as well as being founder of the annual Collin Jazz Festival and the Texas All-Star Jazz Camp. However, This Time / Last Year is his first project as bandleader, directing the large, ...

ARTICLE: BIG BAND CARAVAN

Gerald Wilson Orchestra / Dallas Original Jazz Orchestra / University of North Texas Two O'Clock Lab Band

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Gerald Wilson Orchestra Detroit Mack Avenue Records 2009 Composer / arranger / ageless wonder Gerald Wilson, most of whose recent albums (Monterey Moods; New York, New Sound; Theme for Monterey; State Street Sweet) have been built around sectional themes, returns “home" on Detroit to paint an earnest musical ...

Mike Barone / National Youth Jazz Orchestra / Vaughn Wiester / Dutch Jazz Orchestra

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Mike Barone Big Band Class of '68 Rhubarb Recordings 2009 While some may deem composer / arranger / trombonist Mike Barone's latest album gratuitous, those who were introduced to Barone's music via the band's superb recording Live at Donte's, 1968 should take enormous pleasure in hearing further inspired ...

Lost in This Place

Label: Armored Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Oddball; Interesting Theory; Discipline; Lost in This Place; Bus Rider; Requiescence; Detection; Ohm's Law; Found.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ken Edwards: Lost in This Place

Read "Lost in This Place" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Ken Edwards is the latest in an apparently endless line of well-schooled trumpeters who have emerged from the storied University of North Texas (UNT) Jazz Studies program and set their sights on making a splash in the larger jazz community. With that in mind, Edwards has released his first CD, Lost in This Place, a (mostly) ...


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