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Mary-Sue Tobin

Ms. Tobin grew up in Eugene, OR where she studied piano, oboe and saxophone as a child. She started her own jazz group (whose first gig was at the legendary WOW Hall with then locals Andre St. James, Don Latarski Carl Woideck and writer Ken Kesey,) as a teenager. After stints at Berklee and University of Oregon MST left Eugene to tour with world beat group Dub Squad before settling in Portland, OR where she worked as an accompanist for The Jefferson Dancers and Mary Oslund in addition to considerable work as a sideperson and band leader. She has played with a wide variety of bands and musicians including: Glen Moore's Oregon Ensemble, Darrell Grant, Flatland, the Inquisition Ensemble, The Temptations, Jonas Tauber, Esperanza Spalding, the Matt Wayne Band, Surf Jazz, James Jazz Orchestra, The Midnight 7, Israel Annoh, Thara Memory, David Valdez, Andre St

Re-Birthing The Cool, Bebop N Beyond

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2020

A Guide to Desolation Wilderness

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004


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