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Article: Catching Up With

Devon Allman: Chipotle Blues

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The son of Gregg Allman and Shelly Kay Jefts, our featured artist Mr. Devon Allman, was born in 1972 in Corpus Christi, Texas but grew up in Saint Louis, Missouri. Devon's musical journey and childhood was contrary to what many people assumed. There was no silver spoon and Devon did not learn how to play music ...

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News: Event

A Decade Of Rock And Roll Photo Exhibit And All Star Pro Jam August 21

A Decade Of Rock And Roll  Photo Exhibit And All Star Pro Jam  August 21

House band featuring Tyra Juliette, Paul Ill, Tony Moore, Doug Webb, Haakon Graf, Ricky Zaharaides Confirmed Performances: Arturo Sandoval, Divinity Roxx, Mellow Man Ace, John Beasley, Keith England, Nick Smith, Ronald Bruner Sr, Tony Moore, Barbara Morrison, Jamie Hodes & Deep Pink, Rebel House Radio, Doug Webb, Haakon Graf, Clayton Cameron, Paul Ill, Herman Jackson, Hans ...

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Article: Interview

Billy Vera: Still In The Game

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It might be safe to say that a lot of people may know a little bit about Billy Vera but only a few people know a lot about Billy Vera. Billy is a singer, writer, producer, actor, Grammy winner, and music historian. He has performed with big bands, Billy And The Beaters, solo, and everything in ...

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Article: Interview

Mark Winkler: Peeling Back the Onion

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Mark Winkler is a Los Angeles-based jazz singer, lyricist, and songwriter with over 150 songs to his credit and platinum records hanging on his wall. He has written songs with the likes of saxophonists Dexter Gordon, Wayne Shorter and Joshua Redman, as well as pianist David Benoit. Singers Randy Crawford, Dianne Reeves, Lea Salonga, Bob Dorough ...

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Article: Interview

John Beasley: Everyone Loves John

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Keyboardist John Beasley (aka “The Bease" to friends and family) is a musician's musician and one of the busiest professionals in the game. His biography and list of credits are so broad and deep that they could fill an NFL playbook.If NASA or MIT were to invent a device that could measure creative and ...

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Article: Interview

Dave Weckl: On Time

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Dave Weckl hit the New York fusion scene in the early 1980s. It didn't take long for this talented drummer from Saint Charles, Missouri to get recognized and hired by artists like singers Madonna, Robert Plant, Diana Ross, and Paul Simon, as well as guitarist/vocalist {George Benson}}. Weckl toured with the keyboardist Chick Corea's Elektric Band ...

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Article: Interview

Kevin Brandon: Brandino Is In The House

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Kevin Brandon is a Los Angeles-based bassist, producer, teacher and song writer who has been on the scene and laying it down for a long time. Known to his friends and colleagues as “Brandino," this musical dynamo has earned seven Grammy Awards and has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry, including the ...

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Article: Interview

Verdine White: Shining Star

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Arguably the most recognizable bassist in the world, this music icon is one of the original members and co-founders of soul/R&B mega-group Earth, Wind & Fire. White has earned six Grammy Awards, has over fifty gold and platinum records on his walls, and has sold more than 90 million albums worldwide, in a career that is ...


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