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Ron DiCesare

Ron DiCesare is a drummer, recording engineer, and producer born in Rochester, NY. He starting playing drums at age 7 and had his first professional gig at age 12. He attended the University of Miami School of Music and moved to the New York City area after graduating college. While in New York, Ron quickly became involved in recording technology and started working on Pro Tools when it was first available in 1991. Concentrating mostly on music and sound for TV and radio commercials for more than 20 years, Ron enjoys mixing and producing jazz albums whenever possible. His past work has been mixing for keyboardist and producer, Barry Miles on the Coleman Mellett tribute album (still unreleased) featuring Chuck Mangione, Steve Gadd, Will Lee, Larry Goldings, and James Taylor


90 Year Old Pianist Marty Napoleon Releases His First New Album In Decades Called Swingin' At 90

90 Year Old Pianist Marty Napoleon Releases His First New Album In Decades Called Swingin' At 90

90 year old pianist Marty Napoleon reinvents himself and plays in the electro-swing style of jazz on his first new album in decades. Marty Napoleon is best known for playing piano with Louis Armstrong during the 1950s. In addition, Napoleon has played with such jazz legends as Gene Krupa, Benny Goodman, Lionel Hampton and the Big ...


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