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The Trio of Stridence

The Trio Of Stridence came into existence back in early 2002 when Alex Masi was invited down to The Kibitz Room at Canter's Deli to perform improvisational music and jam with other regulars. I was invited to join Alex soon thereafter, and after a few weeks of playing with different bassists every week, we decided to secure someone for a regular spot. Once Jeffrey Allan was in the line-up, we began playing a few fusion tunes from our collective memory and then used these compositions as starting points for our own improvisations. We learned a few more classics, and continued to combine them with our improvisations every Monday night at Canter's, as well as several other venues around Los Angeles


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