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Reed Mathis

To say that the Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey's music transcends boundaries and expands minds is an understatement. Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey's bold, amorphous and visceral music is influenced just as much by post-rock and ambient electronica as traditional jazz standards, chamber music and free improvisation. JFJO has brought their heady progressive outfit from the Midwest's Bible Belt to some of America's and Europe's finest music festivals and jazz and rock clubs. JFJO has been touring incessantly and winning over fans and critics with their innovative music since 1994. After JFJO's bassist, Reed Mathis, made his professional debut on guitar in front of thousands headlining Austria's Saalfelden Festival with The Coalition of the Willing earlier this Fall, he has been incorporating the guitar into JFJO's music - taking their sound into an ever-new and exciting direction. This trio of pianist Brian Haas, drummer Jason Smart and bassist/guitarist Reed Mathis journeyed to Europe in November 2006 for JFJO's second European tour of 2006 with a dozen performances in Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and Italy

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News: Festival

Gathering of the Vibes Festival Announces Lineup

Gathering of the Vibes Festival Announces Lineup

16th Annual Gathering of the Vibes Festival Announces Initial Lineup FURTHUR Featuring Phil Lesh and Bob Weir, Jane's Addiction and Elvis Costello to Perform July 21-24, Seaside Park, Bridgeport, CT Single Day, Camping and VIP Tickets On Sale Now! Gathering of the Vibes, the Northeast's premier summer music festival, announces initial lineup including: FURTHUR featuring Phil ...

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Article: Album Review

Marco Benevento: Between The Needles & Nightfall

Read "Between The Needles & Nightfall" reviewed by Chris May


Marco Benevento covers a lot of ground in his search for the lost chord--jazz, rock, jam band and spangly pop--but the Brooklyn-based composer and keyboard player is no fusionist. To borrow a description applied to bassist and producer Bill Laswell in the mid 1980s, Benevento is a collisionist: he doesn't so much sit on the fence ...

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Article: Film Review

Marco Benevento & Friends: Live in NYC: The Sullivan Hall Residency

Read "Marco Benevento & Friends: Live in NYC: The Sullivan Hall Residency" reviewed by Doug Collette


Marco Benevento & Friends Live In NYC: The Sullivan Hall Residency The Royal Potato Family 2009 Live In NYC: The Sullivan Hall Residency makes an ideal companion piece to the other high point of Marco Benevento's solo career so far, Live At Tonic (Ropeadope, 2007) and it ...

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Article: Film Review

Marco Benevento & Friends: Live In NYC: The Sullivan Hall Residency

Read "Marco Benevento & Friends: Live In NYC: The Sullivan Hall Residency" reviewed by Chris May


Marco Benevento & Friends Live In NYC: The Sullivan Hall Residency The Royal Potato Family 2009 In January 2008, coinciding with the release of his monumental gumbo of retro-modern jazz, rock, pop and funk, Invisible Baby (Hyena, 2008), pianist Marco Benevento took over New York's then brand new ...


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