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In knowing {{m: Steve Weingart = 14256}}, its impossible to not know his wife, Renee Jones. Every time people see her and experience her performances, they ask: “Where did she come from, and what else has she done?” Here is a short introduction to her (and Steve’s) story. Steve & Renee are the husband & wife music team currently on tour with Steve Lukather (‘Luke’). Renee became a permanent member of the band when Steve recommended her to Luke when the bass chair became available. Her abilities as a bass player and singer made her a natural fit for the band. The tour with Luke in November 2010 was Renee’s first touring experience as a band member. As this was Renee’s first time touring, it was by no means her first time in the midst of professional music experiences

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Steve Weingart And Renee Jones Return With Transcendent Jazz-Fusion Album

Steve Weingart And Renee Jones Return With Transcendent Jazz-Fusion Album

That Steve Weingart and Renee Jones would have NASA-oriented imagery on the cover of their new album, Observatory, is not a random decision, and nor is the Salvador Dali-inspired surrealism on the back. Weingart and Jones transcend the boundaries of jazz even further, producing an album that echoes the futurist pulse of ‘70s progressive rock and ...

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Observatory

Label: Skeewa Music
Released: 2012


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