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Noah Bless

Style and execution merge gracefully in the trombone playing of Noah Bless, who has been performing for over 20 years. Since arriving to New York City in 1990 Noah has contributed his authoritative sound to over 50 albums for various artists including Paquito D'Rivera, Mario Bauza, Don Braden and Celia Cruz. Noah's work and contributions have been honored with major industry awards including The Grammys and the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition. Over the years Noah brought his rich expertise to many world-class jazz and Latin orchestras including; Willie Colon, Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez, La India, Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Duke Ellington, Chico O'Farril and the Lincoln Center Afro-Cuban Orchestra, Darcy Argue’s Secret Society. Noah was born 1968 in Cambridge Massachusetts and grew up in Cincinnati Ohio.He received his Bachelor's degree in classical and jazz performance from Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and a Masters Degree from Manhattan School of Music

The Latin Jazz Project

Label: ArtistShare
Released: 2020
Track listing: Ritmo De Mi Gente; Bobo; Invitation; Acid Rain; Las Palmas; Silent Prayers; Round Midnight; Fort Apache; Latin Perspective; Joe And Oscar; Descarga De Jazz.

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Danny Bacher All-Star Band Returns To The Metropolitan Room On August 4 & 25 - Celebrating Louis Armstrong, Louis Prima & Louis Jordan!

Danny Bacher All-Star Band Returns To The Metropolitan Room On August 4 & 25 - Celebrating Louis Armstrong, Louis Prima & Louis Jordan!

Danny Bacher returns to the Metropolitan Room on August 4 & 25 with his All-Star Band Celebrating Upcoming Debut CD Swing That Music! Danny Bacher Sings and Plays Louis Armstrong, Louis Prima and Louis Jordan" Advance EP features: Warren Vache, Bill Goodwin, Ray Drummond, Howard Alden, Houston Person and Cyrille Aimée Danny Bacher and his All-Star ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Joshua Shneider: Love Speaks Orchestra

Read "Love Speaks Orchestra" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Il debutto discografico della Love Speaks Orchestra di Joshua Shneider colpisce nel segno. Sassofonista di lunga esperienza, Shneider viene da Boston ma vive a New York dalla metà degli anni settanta e ha collaborato in veste di compositore/arrangiatore per piccole e grandi formazioni: da quelle di Donald Brown, John Abercrombie e James Williams alla ...

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R3: Special Big Band / Gull Lake Jazz Orchestra / Empire Jazz Orchestra

Read "R3: Special Big Band / Gull Lake Jazz Orchestra / Empire Jazz Orchestra" reviewed by Jack Bowers

R3: Special Big BandR3Summit Records2012 The “R3" in this Brazilian-based band's name refers to brothers Rafael, Renato and Roger Rocha who together comprise its heart and soul. The “Special" pertains to just about everything else on this impressive debut album. Indeed, there could be even more “R's" in ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Duke Ellington Legacy: Single Petal of a Rose

Read "Single Petal of a Rose" reviewed by Edward Blanco

The great Duke Ellington would be proud of the way his family has decided to keep his memory and music alive and kicking for newer generations to enjoy. In 2003, his grandchildren, guitarist Edward Kennedy Ellington II and sister Gaye Ellington, formed The Duke Ellington Legacy, a nine-piece jazz ensemble dedicated to performing the music of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Josh Levinson: Chauncey Street

Read "Chauncey Street" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

In Chauncey Street Brooklyn-based trumpeter/educator, Josh Levinson and his sextet return to the tight camaraderie, inventive soloing and captivating themes that characterized the Blue Note sound of the 1950s and '60s.That Levinson is greatly influenced by Freddie Hubbard is evident throughout, the record even containing the intricate and memorable “For Freddie." On this and ...

Ed Puddick Big Band / Frank Macchia / Rick Wald NY 16

Read "Ed Puddick Big Band / Frank Macchia / Rick Wald NY 16" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Ed Puddick Big Band Guys & Dolls Diving Duck Records 2010 The late Frank Loesser wrote at least 700 songs, more than a dozen of which are included in the score for the smash musical Guys and Dolls, which, believe it or not, opened on Broadway more than sixty years ...


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