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No Pews Required: Chris McDonald Jazz Orchestra

Read "No Pews Required: Chris McDonald Jazz Orchestra" reviewed by Jack Bowers

A glance at the name and song titles on Chris McDonald's new album might lead to an assumption that this is a Christian manifesto masquerading as big-band jazz, when in fact the reverse is true--McDonald, a superlative arranger, happens to be a man of faith who uses Christian themes as the basis for some of the ...

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Heart 'n Soul of Jazz

February will again bring some of the worlds' most renowned Jazz artists to Pinehurst for the 27th Annual Heart 'n Soul of Jazz. Presented by Pinehurst Resort and the Arts Council of Moore County, the benefit will feature harmonica player and guitarist Pat Bergeson & his Quartet featuring vocalist Annie Sellick performing on Friday, February 10, ...

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CD Release: "Backward Compatible" by Steve Shapiro & Pat Bergeson, Featuring Vocalist Annie Sellick

CD Release: "Backward Compatible" by Steve Shapiro & Pat Bergeson, Featuring Vocalist Annie Sellick

New York vibist Steve Shapiro and Nashville guitarist have released their third recording, Backward Compatible, on the Apria label. Also joining them once again is the fine jazz vocalist Annie Sellick. Respected studio musicians, Steve Shapiro & Pat Bergeson have worked with artists such as: Alison Krauss, Madeleine Peyroux, Steely Dan, Bill Frisell, Lyle Lovett, Bill ...


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