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Stephen Fulton

Stephen is a Jazz trumpeter, flugelhornist and drummer who has devoted over twenty years to the study of the legacy of Jazz . He is a performer,educator and advocate for Jazz. He began his career in Oklahoma where he studied music at the University of Oklahoma and while there formed an award winning band whose members are today prominent Jazz musicians. Stephen is known in the Jazz world to many veteran musicians and educators. He is well known for his association with Jazz great Clark Terry. For years Stephen co-managed Clark Terry Jazz Camps, Workshops and Festivals. From 1993-1997 he was the Director of the Clark Terry International Institute of Jazz Studies at Westmar University in Iowa. In 1984 Stephen went on the road

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Champian Fulton at The Jazz Corner

Read "Champian Fulton at The Jazz Corner" reviewed by Martin McFie

Champian Fulton The Jazz Corner Hilton Head Island December 20-21, 2019 By the time Christmas comes around, those old seasonal songs are worn out. They are exhausted by overexposure in elevators, shopping malls, and streamed everywhere for a whole month of every year.  In complete contrast, a breath of sharp, ...

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Marshall Gilkes, Marilyn Maye and more

Read "Marshall Gilkes, Marilyn Maye and more" reviewed by Joe Dimino

The legendary singer Marilyn Maye kicks off this week's Neon Jazz in pure style with a classic song and a clip from her live 90th Birthday performance in Kansas City on Veteran's Day 2018. We catch up with new work by the great John Petrucelli off his 2018 CD Presence and move on into the great ...

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Champian Fulton & Scott Hamilton: The Things We Did Last Summer

Read "The Things We Did Last Summer" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Sometimes it's destiny. In the case of pianist/vocalist Champian Fulton: Her father, Stephen Fulton, is a jazz trumpeter who, early on, exposed his daughter to the sounds of classic jazz, to the exclusion of the then current popular sounds. Also, legendary trumpeter Clark Terry, Stephen's friend,  hung around the Fulton house from Champian's earliest days, and ...

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Dedication ceremony for Clark Terry mural scheduled for Saturday, April 2

Dedication ceremony for Clark Terry mural scheduled for Saturday, April 2

A mural of the late trumpeter and St. Louis native Clark Terry on a building in St. Louis' Carondelet neighborhood will be dedicated in an official ceremony to be held at 4:00 p.m. Saturday, April 2 at 7714 South Broadway. That's the address of the mural, which was commissioned from St. Louis artist Ray Harvey by ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Champian Fulton: After Dark

Read "After Dark" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Veteran New York pianist and vocalist Champian Fulton offers another recording of time-honored standards on After Dark, except this particular effort focuses on the music of the Queen of the Blues, the music of the great Dinah Washington, who was her first major vocalist influence early on in her life. Though she grew up listening to ...

Jimmy Ford/Stephen Fulton vol. 2

Label: Unknown label
Released: 1997


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