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Scott Black

Jazz cornet player. I've been touring with Leon Redbone for 25 years. Also many trad & swing bands as well. Monday nights at Arthur's Tavern in Greenwich Village when I'm not on the road. Just started a CD company, releasing unissued old acetates of broadcasts with Bunny Berigan, and many sides from New Orleans 1942-52. Having fun doing this, and lots of collectors seem happy about it. www.Kazoolips.com I still enjoy the road after all of these years, and get restless when I'm not out there. Made a ton of albums over the years and don't have most of them. I'm working on a book about Bix Beiderbecke

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The Genius of Getz: Greg Fishman at ASU Kerr Cultural Center

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Greg Fishman: The Genius of Getz ASU Kerr Cultural Center Scottsdale, Arizona April 4, 2015 “The Genius of Getz" as explored by tenor saxophonist Greg Fishman completely mesmerized a rapt audience via the Chicago musician's superior musicianship and fascinating ability as a raconteur during his fourth annual Stan Getz tribute performance ...


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