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Vic Stevens

Vic Stevens has been playing professionally since the age of 16. Vic has performed live and/or on recordings with jazz guitar legend Pat Martino, Larry Carlton, Dave Fiuczynski, Allan Holdsworth, Andreas Oberg, Scott McGill, David Torn, Alex Domschot, Gongzilla, bass greats Marc Johnson, Percy Jones, Michael Manring, Dave Carpenter, pianists Otmaro Ruiz, Marian Petrescu, Jordan Rudess, Jim Ridl, Tamir Hendelman, Kuno Schmid, Nate Adderley Jr., percussion legends Louie Balzo, José Madera, singers Maria Muldur, Lorrie Morgan, David Clayton Thomas, Helen Reddy, Martha Reeves, Bobby Rydel, Miles Jaye, Tony Desare, The O’Jays, Sam Moore, Bobbi Eakes, and Grammy award winning producers Neil Kernon (Hall & Oats, Yes, Brand X) and Joe Donofrio (Pat Martino). In addition to extensive live performances and recording sessions, Vic has engineered and produced countless projects at Giant Steps Recording, which he has owned since 1992. Vic in the StudioVic has released three solo projects: ”If People Could Talk”, “No Curb Ahead” and “Till We Meet Again”, which showcase his writing and producing abilities

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Saxophonist Michael Pedicin In Media On Wed. May 21st!

Saxophonist Michael Pedicin In Media On Wed. May 21st!

The Jazz Bridge Third Wednesdays Neighborhood Concerts Series in Media at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 145 West Rose Tree Road in Media PA presents saxophonist Michael Pedicin on Wednesday, May 21st. Showtime is 7:30 p.m., tickets are $10 / $5 for students and are available only at the door. For info: 215-517-8337 or visit Jazz Bridge. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Michael Pedicin: Why Stop Now/Ubuntu

Read "Why Stop Now/Ubuntu" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Michael Pedicin, like many a tenor saxophonist, bows at the altar of John Coltrane. Pedicin's work in the past has frequently referenced that iconic figure through theme, spirit, sound and/or song selection, and he continues along a similar path on Why Stop Now/Ubuntu. For his twelfth outing as a leader, Pedicin crafted a ...

ARTICLE: PREVIEWS

Larry Carlton Revisits Sounds of Philadelphia

Read "Larry Carlton Revisits Sounds of Philadelphia" reviewed by John Patten

Soulful sounds may have started in Motown or Memphis, but for many, it's the sounds of Philadelphia that captured their hearts. That's certainly the case for Larry Carlton, who released a collection of the biggest hits penned by Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff on his 335 Records label, in February, 2011. Many of ...

A Very Good Night

Label: Dreamcastle Records. LLC.
Released: 2001
Track listing: Champagne, Red Hot Dirty Dame, My Sad Song, I've Got You, Love Ain't Part of that Game, Milk & Honey, A Very Good Night, Got Nothin' Baby, Inseparable, Bye-Bye Baby

No Curb Ahead

Label: Self Produced
Released: 1997

Where To Now

Label: Self Produced
Released: 1995


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