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The Mac Chrupcala Trio: One More For The Road

Read "One More For The Road" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Pianist-composer, band leader and producer Mac Chrupcala has worked extensively in the southern New England and eastern Canada area for most of his career, and has recently added the southwest Florida (North Port) community to his stomping grounds. A leader of big bands and a veteran player with thirty-five recordings to his credit, Chrupcala's new working ...

Jazz Lovers Series: Clint Eastwood

Read "Jazz Lovers Series: Clint Eastwood" reviewed by Jeff Fitzgerald, Genius

It goes without saying that those who appreciate Jazz are a special lot. You will rarely find lovers of Our Music who have not managed to distinguish themselves in their chosen vocations, be it in the arts, business, the humanities, or the kid at Subway who earned Employee of the Month honors while listening to The ...

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Kenny Werner: Me, Myself and I

Read "Me, Myself and I" reviewed by Larry Taylor

Pianist Kenny Werner, though comparatively unsung, has been appreciated by many since forming a trio in 1981. He is also known for his series of stellar duos with harmonica virtuoso Toots Thieleman. Additionally, he has done yeoman duty with guitarist John Scofield, bassist Dave Holland and saxophonist Joe Lovano, all the while--for more than 20 years--working ...


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