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Tony Bray

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Tony Bray studied jazz improvisation and jazz pedagogy with renowned educator Jerry Coker at the University of Tennessee. Also with William Scarlett, Bennie Wallace and Warne Marsh at this time. Graduated with a Bachelor of Music in Studio Music and Jazz. After college he went on to teach theory and production classes as part of the Commercial Music program at the Antelope Valley College in California. He was also responsible for setting up the first “Small Jazz Group” program at Cal State Northridge. Since then, Tony traveled the world as a sax player and keyboardist, playing music on cruise ships, clubs and casinos from Las Vegas to Singapore

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Article: Album Review

The MUH Trio: A Step Into Light

Read "A Step Into Light" reviewed by Jack Bowers


The “MUH" in the MUH Trio is an acronym depicting the surnames of its members, pianist Roberto Magris, bassist Frantisek Uhlir and drummer Jaromir Helesic. Magris is from Italy, Uhlir and Helesic from the Czech Republic. A Step Into Light isn't their first walk around the block; they've been working together on and off for years, ...

Album

Last Call

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: The Cave, Minimum Wage, I'm Your Huckleberry, The Bowman Conspiracy, Color of You, Diana's Canon/Insomnia, The Conversation

Album

A Step Forward In The Wrong Direction

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2007
Track listing: Damn Lid; Pauly's Folly; (Nate's Intro) Taji's Lament; Taku Rain; Propeller-Fin; Doesn't Hurt; Anthony Enters Falluja; Kind Of Brew; Bitch is Blue

Album

Outside, Looking In

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2004
Track listing: Mondolaya, Mukunda's Journey, In The Master's Eyes, Is/Am, Zamapara, Samadhi


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