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Tom Ellison

Reed player Tom Ellison is a native of the Rochester NY area and now lives in Venice, FL. He performs with area combos and big bands. As a freelance woodwind artist, Tom has performed with Tony Bennett, Johnny Mathis, John Denver, Henry Mancini, Andy Williams, Woody Herman and the Thundering Herd, the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, Aretha Franklin, the Temptations, Lou Rawls and many other top name artists. Currently Tom leads the modern jazz quintet Hip Pocket and plays in the Naples Jazz Orchestra for their popular Monday Night big band concert series at Cambier Park, Naples, FL.

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Judi and Alex Glover worked the cruise ships and the casinos in jny: Las Vegas and Atlantic City for more than two decades. Eighteen months ago, without any job prospects lined up here, they decided to take a gamble on Florida. They haven't looked back. For most of those years up north, Alex was in the ...

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Hip Pocket Returns To Popular Venice Night Spot

A relatively new jazz quartet, “Hip Pocket," will make a return appearance at Dante's Allegro Bistro, located at 1740 East Venice Avenue, Venice, FL on Wednesday, October 24, 2012. Reed player and leader Tom Ellison lives in Venice, FL and performs with area combos and big bands. As a freelance woodwind artist, Tom has performed with ...


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