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Ron Eschete

Ron Escheté is called the consummate master of the seven-string guitar. While a student at Loyola University he majored in classical guitar, a student of Paul Guma, and minored in flute. Over the decades he has worked with the greatest artists in jazz including Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughn, Diana Krall, Dizzy Gillespie, Ray Brown and many more, and can be heard on over 50 recordings. He regularly performs and records with the Ron Escheté Trio, where he is joined by Todd Johnson on six-string bass and either Kendall Kay, Joe LaBarbera or Paul Humphrey on drums. While his career has been primarily focused on performance, this master musician has dedicated nearly 25 years to teaching music at many colleges and universities, including North Texas State University, Utah State University, Loyola University, Louisiana State University at New Orleans and California State University, Fullerton where he teaches electric guitar and jazz.

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Mort Weiss: Mort Weiss Is a Jazz Reality Show

Read "Mort Weiss Is a Jazz Reality Show" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

La storia del jazz è ricca di drammatiche vicende umane e quella di Mort Weiss è l'ultima in ordine di tempo. Dopo quarant'anni di assenza del mondo della musica (per fatti che l'hanno condotto anche in prigione) nel 2001, all'età di 66 anni ha ripreso in mano il clarinetto e l'anno successivo ha inciso ...

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Mort Weiss' E-book, "Sex And The Jazz Musician - The Hollywood Years And Beyond," Now Available

Mort Weiss' E-book, "Sex And The Jazz Musician - The Hollywood Years And Beyond," Now Available

New E-Book Translates the Octogenarian Clarinetist’s Mort Report Columns from All About Jazz into an Autobiographic Series of Vignettes Complimented with Music and Video Sex and the Jazz Musician—The Hollywood Years and Beyond, an intriguing glimpse into the life and times of “the world's greatest unemployed jazz clarinetist," 80-year old Mort Weiss, is now available as ...

ARTICLE: TAKE FIVE WITH...

Take Five With Hoyt Binder

Read "Take Five With Hoyt Binder" reviewed by Hoyt Binder

Meet Hoyt Binder: Hoyt Binder is a guitarist/composer who has a passion for deep music. Inspired by The Creative, he creates music for the sake of music. With influences ranging from 20th century composers, to jazz, rock, pop, and folk, he is a big fan of the progressive movement in the late '60s when music ...

Joey DeFrancesco Projects Showed The Difference Between Music, And The Music "Business"

Read "Joey DeFrancesco Projects Showed The Difference Between Music, And The Music "Business"" reviewed by Mort Weiss

This is the story of two collaborations with Joey DeFrancesco that you almost never saw--or the difference between music ... and the music “business." The first unreleased album I recorded with Joey DeFrancesco is now known as the Mort Weiss Quartet CD featuring Joey, Ron Eschete and Ramon Banda, followed by 2006's The ...

ARTICLE: BIG BAND CARAVAN

Glenn Cashman / UAB SuperJazz / Elliot Deutsch Big Band / Russ Spiegel Jazz Orchestra

Read "Glenn Cashman / UAB SuperJazz / Elliot Deutsch Big Band / Russ Spiegel Jazz Orchestra" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Glenn Cashman And the Southland Big Band! Primrose Lane Music 2009 Even though Glenn Cashman's superlative Southland Big Band makes its home (technically) south of the Mason-Dixon Line, it is more than a few miles removed from cotton fields, mint juleps and the Mississippi River--to be more precise, in the ...

ARTICLE: BIG BAND REPORT

Strike Up the (Unsung) Bands

Read "Strike Up  the (Unsung) Bands" reviewed by Jack Bowers

The big band era is known for producing a number of enormously successful ensembles whose leaders were household names: Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Jimmie Lunceford, Fletcher Henderson, then on through Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, the brothers Jimmy Dorsey and Tommy Dorsey, Charlie Barnet, Artie Shaw, Harry James, Cab Calloway, Lionel Hampton, Dizzy Gillespie and, ...

"Charlie O's is the Best Jazz Club in L.A." -Clint Eastwood

"Charlie O's is the Best Jazz Club in L.A." -Clint Eastwood

JULY JAZZ at CHARLIE O's Charlie O's is the coolest place to be for the hottest jazz this July. We celebrate our own John Heard’s birthday with a big celebration on the 3rd, a birthday party for Slyde Hyde on the 5th, a birthday celebration for Ron Jones on the 12th with his 22 ...

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Mort Weiss: All Too Soon - A Jazz Duet For Clarinet and Seven String Guitar

Read "Mort Weiss: All Too Soon - A Jazz Duet For Clarinet and Seven String Guitar" reviewed by Samuel Chell

Mort Weiss All Too Soon: A Jazz Duet for Clarinet and Seven String Guitar SMS Jazz 2008 Not the least of this album's attractions is the title. To those few listeners familiar with the tune, “All Too Soon" might summon up one of Duke Ellington's more obscure compositions, were it ...

In The Middle

Label: RevJazz Music
Released: 2006
Track listing: Indian Summer; Taking A Chance on Love; Oh;Lady Be Good; Bluesette; Autumn Leaves; MAma's Home Cookin'.


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