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Nicky Orta

Nicky Orta was born on April 29, 1964 in Las Vegas, Nevada. As part of a musical family —- his father, Ernesto, is a guitarist, and his brother, Michael, is a pianist —- it was inevitable that Nicky would try his hand at a musical instrument. At age 11, his father asked him if he would like to play the bass and Nicky quickly discovered that he had an affinity for the instrument. He spent hours in his room copying bass lines from records. After a couple of years of playing by ear, Nicky was introduced to the brilliant and renowned instructor Vince Bredice with whom he studied for 12 years

Album

Cartoon Bebop

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Cartoon Bebop; Mistruda; Day Ride; I'm All Smiles; Got A Match; Driftin'; Wood Dance; When I Look In You Eyes; Duende; Infant Eyes; A Day Tripper's Blues Buffet.

Album

Just Chillin

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Let's Do It; Gliding; Reflection; Miami; Just Chillin; I Found You; Summer; Soul Gumbo; Eleanor Rigby; Star Gazing; Simple Samba; Nice and Easy; On Ramp.

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Article: Album Review

Jorge Garcia: Crossover

Read "Crossover" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


In 2020, Cuban-born guitarist Jorge Garcia splits his time between South Carolina (where he resides) and Florida (where he has an established performing career). He says that the inspiration for this album occurred while he was growing up in Cuba and listening to Classic Rock on Miami radio stations, drawn to the sound of the guitar. ...

Album

Crossover

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Purple Haze; Blackbird; Living In The Past; From The Beginning; Black Dog; Nights In White Satin; Roundabout; Crossover.


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