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Hybrid Jazz - with Gary Fuston and Gino Goss!

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Trish Hennessey

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When two artists are drawn to the other's work, that's beautiful - regardless.  When those two become friends via common goals - one living in California and the other in Oklahoma - that's destiny!

Such is the case with Gary Fuston and Gino Goss.  Gino is a superb trumpter who also plays flugelhorn - and has a true world vision of instrumental music.  In 2008, he formed Jammajazz and carved a new niche within independent music circles. By 2009, "Almost Famous" came to the attention of those ever-widening circles.  And now we can call Gino - some few years later - an award-winner.  You'll hear about that when our guest visits on Tuesday, 10/1.

And you'll also hear about Gino's popularity on GHP Radio - a creation from our other guest, Gary Fuston.  Not only the host VIA GHP - but a musician as well - and a producer, promoter, composer and graphic arts designer.

Gary and Gino discovered each other while championing the cause of independent artists - and found that they had musical chemistry too strong not to pursue.  A recent collaboration is getting major buzz: "Just Don't Want Another Broken Heart."  Hypnotic and evocative of another era - yet giving you the impression that you're hearing a new kind of Hybrid - this song has been given yet another pair of wings with a remix featuring respected guitarist, Roberto Restuccia.  That mix had its world premiere on the last GHP show - and we'll hear it again when Gino and Gary visit us!

Here's what is exciting about their visit in a BIG way: we can discover ways that we can push the cause of indies.  It's one thing to lament the lack of support that an artist can be given - instead of moaning about it, Gino and Gary can suggest ways to help an effort that is now universal.

And it's First Tuesday on Hybrid Jazz - so EVERYBODY wins!