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Hailing from Durham, NC and beginning his musical career in communities rich with mentorship, Will Goble is steadily carving out a unique space for himself as a bassist, composer, bandleader, and educator. Will became interested in Jazz and related art forms after effectively growing up within the creative music scene that still thrives around the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area in North Carolina. Upon departing Durham for Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL in the early 2000s, Will quickly flourished under the tutelage of bassist Rodney Jordan and famed pianist Marcus Roberts

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Article: In Pictures

Jazz at the Nash Volume 2: Roots in AZ

Read "Jazz at the Nash Volume 2: Roots in AZ" reviewed by Dave Kaufman


This is the second in a series of In Pictures articles on The Nash, a jazz club and educational institution that is at the heart of the jny: Phoenix jazz universe. This article celebrates visiting musicians who have roots in Arizona. Tenor titan Tony Malaby, a native of Tucson, brought his outstanding group Paloma ...

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Article: Album Review

Dave Potter: You Already Know

Read "You Already Know" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


You might not know who drummer Dave Potter is, but you should. Whether stoking the flames in Jason Marsalis' Vibes Quartet, adding rhythmic flair to the recordings of bassist Will Goble, or leading the charge on his own, Potter has something incredibly positive to say. With You Already Know, Potter shrewdly mixes it ...

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Consider The Blues

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2016

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Article: Jazz Near Me

Jason Marsalis Quartet at SOUTH

Read "Jason Marsalis Quartet at SOUTH" reviewed by Steve Bryant


Jason Marsalis Quartet SOUTH Philadelphia, PA October 5, 2015 It is difficult under normal circumstances for the youngest sibling in a family. When that family is named Marsalis then the dynamic changes and there exists a whole slew of standards and expectations. That is the environment that Jason ...

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News: Recording

Bassist Will Goble Releases "Consider The Blues" On OA2 Records On May 20th

Bassist Will Goble Releases "Consider The Blues" On OA2 Records On May 20th

For his second recording as a leader, bassist Will Goble is joined by drummer Dave Potter, his long-time rhythm section mate in Jason Marsalis' Quartet, master saxophonist Greg Tardy and the Atlanta-based pianist Louis Heriveaux. Through arrangements of compositions by Mary Lou Williams and George Gershwin, and originals inspired by the 2015 Nepali earthquakes, racial injustice, ...

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Article: Album Review

Jason Marsalis: In A World Of Mallets

Read "In A World Of Mallets" reviewed by Chuck Schultz


On a drum kit, Jason Marsalis often goes several directions (meters, not Meters) at once. On vibraphone, as he demonstrates on In A World Of Mallets, it's more a matter of smoothing out many segments into a continuous whole. Over the course of the album he invokes bells, chimes and the signature tunes of cozy wall ...

Album

Some Stories Tell No Lies

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012

News: Recording

Will Goble Releases "Some Stories Tell No Lies"

Will Goble Releases "Some Stories Tell No Lies"

Featuring Marcus Printup, trumpet, Chad Eby, Saxophones, Austin Johnson, piano, and Dave Potter, drums, Will Goble's first effort as a leader explores swing, group interaction, and diverse rhythms and feelings within the eleven included tracks. Will's writing is not overly cluttered or ornamented, but concise and clear, with a focus on strong melodic statements. Eby and ...

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A Little Blue Circle

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012
Duration: 7:22


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