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Steve Rubin

Jazz drummer with a background in other music including, classic R&B, soul, disco, funk, blues, rock, fusion, electronica ( also play The Roland Hansonic). Playing over 35 years, first instructor was Mel Lewis. Founder of the Warwick Valley Jazz Festival Leader of The Skye Jazz Trio / Quartet


Hudson Valley Jazz Festival Launches Broad Initiative / Business

Hudson Valley Jazz Festival Productions is an extension of the yearly four day event that was just completed this past August. Shortly, Hudson Valley Jazz Festival Productions and Savage Tunes, will release a new video highlighting several performances and provide a brief overview of future plans and new projects. Right now we'd like to introduce you ...


The 2nd Annual Warwick Valley Jazz Festival - A Success!

The 2nd Annual Warwick Valley Jazz Festival - A Success!

This year's second annual Warwick Valley Jazz Festival, which was held in Warwick NY, August 18-21 was a resounding success. From The Ray Barretto Legacy Band to The Skye Jazz Quartet to Rick Savage 4tet with Eliot Zigmund, Todd William's performance with Chris Persad and Mark Egan's show with Jeff Ciampa, this was a great follow ...


New NYC Jazz Venue: Jack Bistro & Bar

New NYC Jazz Venue: Jack Bistro & Bar

Jack Bistro & Bar at 80 University Pl. corner of E. 11 St. in NYC has live jazz each Saturday night. Regularly appearing each Saturday is The Skye Jazz Trio, led by drummer Steve Rubin, featuring Joe Tranchina on keyboards. Contributing bass players have been: J. Brunka, Eric Lemon, Bill McCrossen, Jeremy Goldberg. Great restaurant bar ...


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