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Mike Rinta

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Mike Rinta, a Grammy-winning trombonist and arranger, is native to the San Francisco Bay Area and has been freelancing for over 30 years. He has toured the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Africa, and Asia with many bands such as: Sly & The Family Stone, Jimmie Vaughan, Howard Tate, John Lee Hooker Jr. and many others. In addition, he has performed or recorded with many greats such as: Herbie Hancock, Fred Wesley, Pee Wee Ellis, Bernard Purdy, Arturo Sandoval, Taj Mahal, Buddy Guy, Elvin Bishop, Sammy Hagar, Robert Plant, Jerry Garcia, Irma Thomas, Steve Cropper, Elvis Costello and countless others! His Latin credits include: Tito Nieves, Eddie Santiago, Hector Rey, David Pabon, Larry Harlow, Maelo Ruiz, Lalo Rodriguez, La India, Pete Escovedo, Shiela E

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The III Side

Label: Pacific Mambo Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Mr. B's Mambo; Mi Carnaval; Mambo Rachmaninoff; Le Temps D'Un Horizon; Through The Fire; A Night In Tunisia; Omi Ye Ye; Birks Works; Fanfare For The Common Man.

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Article: Live Review

Ms. Taylor P. Collins and the TPC Band at Club Fox

Read "Ms. Taylor P. Collins and the TPC Band at Club Fox" reviewed by Walter Atkins


Ms. Taylor P. Collins and the TPC Band Club Fox Club Fox Blues Jam Redwood City CA May 13,2015 Seasoned San Francisco Bay Area blues vocalist and bandleader Ms. Taylor P. Collins and the TPC band played an invigorating midweek set at the Club Fox. The intimate venue, part of ...

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Article: Album Review

Tommy Igoe: The Tommy Igoe Groove Conspiracy

Read "The Tommy Igoe Groove Conspiracy" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Known as one of the best drummers in the jazz world today, Tommy Igoe is also one of the most in-demand musicians around and since 2006, Igoe and the Birdland Big band have been holding residency at New York's Birdland Jazz Club which apparently, is not enough to keep the drummer grounded. Igoe now lives in ...

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Article: Album Review

Tommy Igoe: The Tommy Igoe Groove Conspiracy

Read "The Tommy Igoe Groove Conspiracy" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Jazz audiences in the Bay Area are starting to realize what their New York counterparts have known for years--namely, that drummer Tommy Igoe puts together a hell of a band and puts on a hell of a show. Igoe, the man who gave rhythmic life to Broadway's The Lion King and changed the ...

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Article: Album Review

Jamie Dubberly & Orquesta Dharma: La Clave Del Gumbo

Read "La Clave Del Gumbo" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Many performances come and go without fanfare for the musician(s), but a rare few are transformative, reshaping the artist's perspective and direction. California-based trombonist Jamie Dubberly had one such experience when his Latin jazz group shared a bill with a New Orleans-style brass band. Dubberly decided to bring both ensembles together to close the show, putting ...

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News: Radio

JazzWeek Radio Chart: November 30, 2009

TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks 1 4 1 Eric Alexander Revival Of The Fittest (HighNote) 167 190 -23 1 46 1 9 2 1 3 Jeff Hamilton Trio Symbiosis (Capri) 166 236 -70 0 40 1 9 3 3 4 Poncho Sanchez Psychedelic Blues (Concord) 163 195 -32 0 40 2 10 ...

Album

Jazz, Baby!

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Twinkle, Twinkle Little Sta; The Hokey Poke; Itsy Bitsy Spider; Shortnin' Bread; Conga Intro; Comin' Round the Mountain; Hush Little Baby; Workin' On the Railroad; he Ants Go Marching; You Are My Sunshine; Brahms Lullaby.

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You Are My Sunshine

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Label: Origin Records
Released: 2007
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