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Tim Miller

Guitarist Tim Miller contributes his fiery playing and distinctive sound to a variety of musical statements ranging from jazz to rock. He can currently be heard on two self-produced CDs, "Sides" and "Trio". Miller was profiled in Guitar Player Magazine, which characterized his playing as "pure melody consciousness... [with] remarkable control, a breathy, violiny tone [and] bell-like consistency." Miller's music combines explosive raw energy, artistically balanced with soulful melodic compositions. Miller is a native of Michigan whose musical interests have taken him to Texas, Paris, New York and presently, Boston where his is currently an Assistant Professor of guitar at Berklee College of Music

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Article: SoCal Jazz

Andrea Balestra: A Rich Sicilian Odyssey

Read "Andrea Balestra:  A Rich Sicilian Odyssey" reviewed by Jim Worsley


Guitarist Andrea Balestra makes a cerebral investment with every note he plays and with all of his compositions. A lot of guitarists like to jam. Balestra isn't one of them. Substance is preferred over droning speed. His highly intensified music is born of traditional Italian music...being from Sicily perhaps a factor...a deep integration of blues, a ...

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Article: Radio

New Music From Brazilian Drummer, Igor Willcox, And Emerging Guitarist Nir Felder

Read "New Music From Brazilian Drummer, Igor Willcox, And Emerging Guitarist Nir Felder" reviewed by Len Davis


Brazillian drummer Igor Wilcox Quartet Live in Canada, Nir Felder, Tim Miller and more. Playlist Igor Willcox “The Scare" from Igor Willcox Quartet Live at Jazz Room (Room 73) 00:00 Igor Willcox “2020" from 2020 (Room 73) 07:55 Chema Vilchez “Dissonance and Reality" from the Sacred Nature of Life (Self Produced) 15:46 Eric Johnson ...

Article: Radio

Ray Russell, Cindy Blackman Santana, Aaron Parks and More

Read "Ray Russell, Cindy Blackman Santana, Aaron Parks and More" reviewed by Len Davis


New releases from Ray Russell and Cindy Blackman Santana. Playlist Aaron Parks “Shapeshifter" Parks & Wreck (Aaron Parks) 0:00:00 Go Go Penguin “Fanfares" Fanfares (Gondwana Records) 0:19:52 Cindy Blackman Santana “Twilight Mask" Give the drummer some (Copperline ) 0:33:03 Ray Russell “We Go Back a Short Way" Fluid Architecture (Cuneiform) 0:41:56 ...

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Galactic Warrior

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Perspectives; Living In The Past; Transition; Galactic Warrior; Finding Your Way Out; Main Menu; Persecution; Level 8; Questions; Why

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Article: Album Review

Mark Walker: You Get What You Give

Read "You Get What You Give" reviewed by Ljubinko Zivkovic


Often, there is a tendency among jazz fans to simply pass by albums with drummers as the leaders of a CD release, as if they--the drummer/leaders--know less about jazz or music in general. As if examples of Elvin Jones, Art Blakey, Max Roach or those excellent vocal albums by Grady Tate are not good enough examples. ...

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Article: Album Review

Tim Miller: Trio vol 3

Read "Trio vol 3" reviewed by Mike Jacobs


Best not to bury the lead. Tim Miller's Trio Vol 3 sets a new high-water mark for the guitarist's output, an advance from and worthy successor to his last trio recording nearly a decade ago. There, a potential pull-quote is out of the way... Before returning to the review, something--what ...

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Trio vol 3

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Lift; Stowed; New York; Roller Coaster; Breathe; RB; Up The Steps; Three Sides.

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Take Five With George Stavroulakis

Read "Take Five With George Stavroulakis" reviewed by George Stavroulakis


Meet George Stavroulakis: George Stravoulakis was born in Athens in 1978 and has been active in the Greek jazz scene since 2006. Stravoulakis has played with renowned Greek artists like Kostas Konstantinou, George Georgiadis, Seraphim Bellos, Dimitris Pantelias, Pantelis Benetatos and many others. Outside of his jazz-oriented activities, Stravoulakis also performs in rock groups and ...

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Article: Album Review

Janek Gwizdala: Theatre By The Sea

Read "Theatre By The Sea" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Inside a decade, English musician Janek Gwizdala has positioned himself as one of the top electric bassists in New York, boasting a technique and a melodic ear that places him alongside bassists Gary Willis and Matthew Garrison. His acclaimed debut, Mystery to Me (Self Produced, 2005) featured rising stars such as saxophonist Mark Turner, guitarist Tim ...


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