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Steve Weingart

Steve’s parents recognized his gift for music when he was only three years old. They felt confident that he should follow a musical path in his formative years, so they sought out the best piano teacher locally, in Dayton, Ohio. He studied everything from classical to baroque to contemporary styles under the watchful eye of Audley Wasson. His years of study continued through out high school, when at the end, Steve performed a senior recital. It was during his younger years that Steve met his future brother-in-law, who introduced him to the music of Chicago, Weather Report, Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea


Article: Radio & Podcasts

CAB, Dean Brown, Sam Aliano, Steve Weingart and Derek Sherinian

Read "CAB, Dean Brown, Sam Aliano, Steve Weingart and Derek Sherinian" reviewed by Len Davis

Featuring saxophonist Bill Evans, Sam Aliano. Melbourne band Logic, Steve Weingart and Dean Brown. Playlist Bill Evans-sax"Whisky Talk" from Starfish and The Moon (Escapade) 00:00 Cab “Top Spin" from Cab 2 (Tone Centre) 07:26 Dean Brown"Take This" from Here (ESC) 14:54 Logic “Signs & Symbols" from Logic (Self Produced) 22:17 Sam Aliano “Blue Skies ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Jeremy Green, Steve Weingart, Dave Weckl and Tomas Merlo

Read "Jeremy Green, Steve Weingart, Dave Weckl and Tomas Merlo" reviewed by Len Davis

New music from Canadian guitarist Jeremy Green, Steve Weingart, Dave Weckl and Tomas Merlo.Playlist Jeremy Green “Ain't No Chevy" from Standing 8 (Self Produced) 00:00 Steve Weingart “Childs Play" from Childs Play (Self Produced) 18:17 Dave Weckl “Tribute" from Live in St Louis (Autumn Hill) 30:26 Ben Matthews “Joshikihazure Ni Kami" from LiveWyre (self ...


Article: SoCal Jazz

Jimmy Haslip: Amperes Beyond the BASSics, Part 2

Read "Jimmy Haslip: Amperes Beyond the BASSics, Part 2" reviewed by Jim Worsley

In case you missed it, Part One of my conversation with Jimmy Haslip covered a lot of ground and had a few good laughs along the way. Although we talked about the Yellowjackets, we delved more deeply into why and how he parted ways with the band some eight years ago. Haslip has been producing records ...


Article: SoCal Jazz

Simon Phillips Protocol at Catalina Jazz Club

Read "Simon Phillips Protocol at Catalina Jazz Club" reviewed by Jim Worsley

Simon Phillips Protocol Catalina Jazz Club Hollywood, CA February 6, 2018 Early on, the very engaged crowd at the Catalina Jazz Club in Hollywood knew we were in for a treat. Perhaps it was enough that drummer Simon Phillips and his quartet Protocol were ready to take the ...


Article: Album Review

Simon Phillips: Protocol 3

Read "Protocol 3" reviewed by Dave Wayne

A professional musician from the age of 12, Simon Phillips' drumming sound and style is instantly recognizable. He's toured and recorded with just about every major rock and pop act imaginable; from Mick Jagger, The Who and Toto to Judas Priest, Mike Oldfield, and Joe Satriani. Also an uber-session player, he's recorded countless jazz, fusion and ...


Article: Extended Analysis

Simon Phillips: Protocol II

Read "Simon Phillips: Protocol II" reviewed by Ben Scholz

It has been 14 years since the release of Vantage Point, Simon Phillips' last project as a leader, and nearly 26 years since his debut album Protocol. In these years, Phillips has become a drummer to the stars, recording and performing with the likes of Jeff Beck, The Who, and Judas Priest. In '92, following the ...


Article: Album Review

Simon Phillips: Protocol II

Read "Protocol II" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Protocol II arrives fourteen years after drummer Simon Phillips' last leader date--the hard bop and post-bop based Vantage Point (Jazzline Records, 2000). And it comes approximately a quarter century after the original Protocol (Music for Nations, 1988)--a true solo date that had Phillips covering all the instruments, filling in the space around his calling-card drumming.


News: Recording

Steve Weingart And Renee Jones Return With Transcendent Jazz-Fusion Album

Steve Weingart And Renee Jones Return With Transcendent Jazz-Fusion Album

That Steve Weingart and Renee Jones would have NASA-oriented imagery on the cover of their new album, Observatory, is not a random decision, and nor is the Salvador Dali-inspired surrealism on the back. Weingart and Jones transcend the boundaries of jazz even further, producing an album that echoes the futurist pulse of ‘70s progressive rock and ...



Reflection of Our Time

Featuring the music of Steve Weingart
Duration: 13:00

Steve Weingart & Renee Jones discuss the concept, music and the extraordinary musicians behind their 2012 release, 'Observatory'. This 13-minute mini documentary includes exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage of the actual recording sessions. 'Observatory' features: Steve Weingart:Piano, Keyboards and Vocals; Renee Jones: Bass and Vocals; Simon Phillips: Drums; Katisse Buckingham: Saxes & Flutes Chris Wabich - Percussion, Drums on 'After', Steel Drums on 'Shelter'


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