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Stephan Kammerer

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Born and raised in Denmark, saxophonist Stephan Kammerer has made his career in the states. A scholarship to Berklee College of Music brought him to Boston, MA in 1993. After graduating with honors in 1997, he stayed in Boston performing with local bands. In 2001 after moving to New York City he toured with Maynard Ferguson. Stephan has performed with David “Fathead” Newman, John Hendrix, Benny Green, Antonio Sanchez, Lionel Loueke, Ingrid Jensen, Jon Cowherd and others. Recently he toured with the Artie Shaw Orchestra.

Album

Music Between Gigs

Label: Gateway Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: Esto Es Lo Mio; Ciribiribin; Lateral Thinking; Funiculi Funicula; Siya Evine; Imagine; Pen Pusher; Terra Sirenum; Smells Like Teen Spirit; Soon; Baubles, Bangles And Beads; Put Your Ghost To Rest; This Game Will Keep You Up All Night; Save The Last Dance For Me.

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Article: Album Review

Jens Jefsen: Music Between Gigs

Read "Music Between Gigs" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Danish bassist Jens Jefsen returns with another bass-centric album which is definitely not “solo bass," a sequel to A Secret Sigh (Gateway Music, 2016). Like the previous album the music emphasizes melody--which Jefsen finds in standards, modern pop songs and his originals--and varied, colorful arrangements. Jefsen's “Esto Es Lo Mio" opens the set with a sprightly ...

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Article: Big Band Caravan

Cecilia Coleman Big Band / Phil Norman Tentet / UNT One O'Clock Lab Band

Read "Cecilia Coleman Big Band / Phil Norman Tentet / UNT One O'Clock Lab Band" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Cecilia Coleman Big BandOh Boy!PandaKat Records2011 Among the many pleasant surprises on Oh Boy!, pianist Cecilia Coleman's maiden voyage as leader of her own big band, perhaps the most eye-opening is that the band had been together for only eight months when the album was recorded by ...

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Seung-Hee: Waiting

Read "Waiting" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


With a voice that is a lovely as a songbird coupled with exquisiteness, singer Seung-Hee's Waiting is a refreshing jazz vocal debut. Born in Seoul, South Korea, the composer/singer lives and performs in New York City, where her craft is a product of her academic studies in Seoul and Berklee College of Music in Boston, and ...

Album

Krackedlenz Project

Label: Indies Records
Released: 2006


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