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Lynn Lewandowski

With musical roots deep in classical Alto Saxophone, jazz became the musical challenge of her adult years. Lynn plays Alto, Tenor and Bari Sax, as well as Flute and Clarinet. Bands include The Paul Spencer Band, Milwaukee's All Star Superband and Central Wisconsin's River Cities Jazz Orchestra. In 2010, Lynn appeared at the Montreux Jazz Festival. Pit Orchestra credits include Jesus Christ, Superstar; Guys and Dolls; West Side Story; Fiddler on the Roof; Spamalot; Dreamgirls; Assassins; A Chorus Line; The Drowsy Chaperone.


James Dallas

MUSIC........." I grew up on the powerdrive tenors, Coltrane,Stanley T., King Curtis, Dexter and others." James Dallas is a Milwaukee-based composer/artist, saxophonist and writer who writes/produces/performs music ... creates visual/images for web application, video installation, cd recordings . His work musically combines elements of jazz ,Funk, electronics, and Latin. Instruments:Baritone,Tenor & Soprano sax...Flute /Bass Clarinet...EWI(Akai) Keyboards & digital programming. James is an ASCAP member since 1983 and his compositions have been used by National Geographic of Spain. His musical training includes Instructor/saxophonist Joseph Aaron (saxophone) , Composer/Instructor Clifford Gribble (jazz study), Berklee School of Music (Frank Wilkins),


F. Gregory Holland

F. Gregory Holland is an American jazz guitarist, business professional, Composer, producer and publisher based in Milwaukee Wisconsin. Performing predominantly as a studio artist musician, Holland has arranged and produced numerous musical compositions for distribution and licensing. His compositions often include mixing a blend of blues, jazz and rock styles, ranging from vibrant melodies to mood-filled solo techniques.

Kal Bergendahl

Kal Jon Bergendahl is an accomplished bassist, composer, arranger and educator based directly between Chicago and Milwaukee in Kenosha, Wisconsin. His soulful and energetic playing has gained him attention as a top-notch bassist. Kal has both an Associate Degree and a Bachelor Degree in Music. While at college in Milwaukee (MATC) and Kenosha (U.W. Parkside), he studied with many well-known Midwest jazz musicians including Jack Grassel, Harold Miller, Tim Bell, Tom McGirr, and Berkeley Fudge. Some of his wide-ranging musical influences include Marcus Miller, Stevie Wonder, Snarky Puppy, Jamie Cullum, Fred Hammond, and Claude Debussy. Kal has been playing electric bass since 1987 and performing in the southeast Wisconsin jazz scene since 1997


Al Jarreau

Al Jarreau’s unique vocal style is one of the world’s most precious treasures. His innovative musical expressions have made him one of the most exciting and critically-acclaimed performers of our time with seven Grammy® Awards, scores of international music awards and popular accolades worldwide. It’s not surprising that he has perfected his technique to such an art. After all, he has been singing since the age of four, harmonizing with his brothers and performing solo at a variety of local events in his hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Music, however, was not always the major force in his life


David "Harmonica" Miller

David Miller is a multiple genre Harmonicist, Vocalist, Guitarist, Teacher, Promoter, President of Jazz Unlimited MKE, and Owner. Dave Miller teaches beginning to advanced harmonica, beginning voice, and basic blues guitar. David was introduced to the harmonica back in 1972 by his late father at the age of eleven years old. Dave's dad was his mentor, but his other influences also include: Charlie Musselwhite, James Cotton, Billy Branch, Little Walter, Big Walter Horton, Sonny Boy Williamson, Junior Wells, to name just a few. David Miller has appeared throughout the Midwest


Jazz-Fusion Legends Brand X Reunite To Tour U.S. Fall 2016 And Spring 2017

Jazz-Fusion Legends Brand X Reunite To Tour U.S. Fall 2016 And Spring 2017

Legendary Jazz-Rock-Fusion band BRAND X has reunited and is preparing to celebrate their reunion with a Fall 2016/Spring 2017 U.S. tour, including a headline performance at Progtoberfest in jny: Chicago on October 21st. Also on this initial run will be shows in jny: Milwaukee, jny: Detroit, jny: Cleveland and jny: Boston to name a few. BRAND ...


Saxophonist/Composer Russ Nolan To Release "Call It What You Want" March 31

Saxophonist/Composer Russ Nolan To Release "Call It What You Want" March 31

A dexterous improviser with an abiding passion for Latin American rhythms, Russ Nolan delivers a deeply satisfying program of original tunes on his new CD Call It What You Want. The prolific tenor saxophonist, composer, and arranger will release the disc, his 5th as a leader in 10 years, on his Rhinoceruss Music label March 31. ...


Ben Sidran: The First Existential Jazz Rapper

Read "Ben Sidran: The First Existential Jazz Rapper" reviewed by Joan Gannij

Ben Sidran is an old school hipster in the authentic sense of the word. He's a no frills, musician's musician who's got the heart, got the chops. He's been there, done that, and ready to do more. Sidran has never been interested in following trends or squeezing into categories and is not about to start now. ...


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