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Nathan Brown

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Nathan began playing music at the age of five through the Suzuki cello program. Through grade school and middle school he also began to play the euphonium, tuba, and the string bass. Nathan eventually decided to focus on the string bass and his love for jazz music in college. He attended Michigan State University and studied jazz bass with world famous bassist Rodney Whitaker and classical bass with renowned bassist Jack Budrow (BA in jazz studies obtained 2009). Nathan attended graduate school at Northern Illinois University as a graduate assistant in jazz studies under the direction of Ronald Carter (MM obtained 2011)

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Article: Album Review

Ron Jackson: Standards and Other Songs

Read "Standards and Other Songs" reviewed by Peter J. Hoetjes


Ron Jackson may have the bluesiest seven-string guitar in New York City. He peppers a carefully deliberate swing throughout every track on Standards And Other Songs, joined by Nathan Brown on acoustic bass and Darrell Green at the drum kit. As suggested by its simple title, the album is a collection covering a broad range of ...

Album

This Is The Moment

Label: Gut String Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Curly's Revenge, Bird's Opening, Plaza d"Armas, Don't Look, Cheer Up Charlie, Millie's Delight, Just A Little Lovin', No. 1 Geen Street, The Fourth Way, This Is The Moment


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