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Tim Whitmer

Tim Whitmer is the prodigal son of Kansas City Jazz. He cut his “key” teeth on the likes of Jay McShann, Mary Lou Williams and Count Basie. Under the tutelage of George Salisbury he honed his own unique style and has treated audiences from all over the world to a taste of Kansas City swing jazz. When Whitmer played New York jazz clubs, the Village Voice called him “ the best swing band to come out of Kansas City since Jay McShann.” Whitmer has performed internationally at both the Lugano Jazz Festival in Italy and the Montreaux Jazz Festival in Switzerland and graced the stage of numerous national festivals. Tim Whitmer at Carnegie Hall His classical training is the basis of his broad performance skills and music writing abilities. Tim performs regularly at top jazz venues in Kansas City

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Born and raised in that other “capital of jazz"--jny: Kansas City, birthplace of Charlie Parker--Super Fan Tom Wells, along with long-time jazz date, his wife, Geri St. Clair (a future Super Fan--stay tuned!), is a huge supporter of the local scene. How huge? Well, Tom and Geri once followed the University of Missouri Kansas City's Jazz ...


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