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Prolific Bassist/Composer Kyle Eastwoodchannels his earliest Jazz influences on The View From Here, available March 12 on JazzVillage It has been 15 years since bassist Kyle Eastwood burst onto the jazz scene with his 1998 debut, From There To Here. At that moment in his budding career, the press seemed more preoccupied with his paternal lineage (he’s the son of famed actor-director Clint Eastwood) than his music. Over the course of the four subsequent releases – 2004&pri
Kevin Jackson is a guitarist, bassist, and producer from Baltimore, Maryland, with over 25 years in the music business. “I’ve always loved music,” reminisces Jackson. “My earliest memory is when I was 13 and my mother would take me to all these gospel quartet groups in Baltimore. I eventually went on to tour with the Singing Disciples and haven’t looked back.” Jackson has been influenced by many musicians ranging from Marcus
Christopher Dean Sullivan is a bass artisan who is versatile and well-traveled throughout the U.S. and abroad. He has shared the stage and/or recorded with Archie Schepp, Sheila Jordan, Yusef Lateef, Odean Pope, Freddie Hubbard, Horace Parlan, Carl Grubbs, Irene Reid, Charli Persip to name a few, as well as, works his own ensembles for many years. Chris can also be heard on recordings with Israel "Cachao" López, Christian McBride, and a WKCR live performance with Henry Grimes. Sullivan plays not just the upright bass strings but the bass itself, throwing himself into the performance not to draw the spotlight. For more information and details about upcoming shows visit www.ChristopherDeanSullivan.com.
American Vernacular proudly presents Spirit & Soul Sundays pays tribute to jazz bassist Dwayne Burno Join AV as we remember and celebrate the life and music of this talented young man. Spirit & Soul Sundays is an eclectic two-hour trip down a musical memory lane celebrating gospel, jazz, soul, funk, R&B and adult contemporary jams of the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and the very best stuff from today. "This is music for blue lights in the basemen
Hailing from the most enviable and historic musical city in the world dubbed “Hitsville USA,” this self-taught musician began his musical career on the trumpet at the age of 12. As his love of music began to develop, Terry quickly added piano, and rhythm guitar to his skill set. Tune and hear what happened next. So
Sekou Bunch started playing the bass at age 14. At 17, he performed with Tom Browne on the best selling funk classic LP “Funkin for Jamaica” and received his first gold record at age 19. An accomplished musician and composer Sekou Bunch has performed and/or recorded with Quincy Jones, Rod Stewart, Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Luther Vandross, Anita Baker, Ray Charles, Chaka Khan, to name a few.
In 2008, he released his debut album “The Next Level” featuring Angela Winbush, Boney James, Stanley Clark, and more.
Phil Denny Since emerging onto the smooth jazz scene in 2012 much traction has been made by the efforts of saxophonist and businessman, Phil Denny. Some might describe him as a people’s musician having developed a very active and loyal fan base even before the release of his internationally recognized 2012 debut, Crossover; an album which has already earned him two Billboard charted hits. A buzz has been rippling from coast to coast as either his music or marketing prowess reac
Profusely creative, highly energetic, sensitive and yet dynamic are a few words that describe the artistry of this extraordinary bassist. Calvin Napper, drummer for MAZE featuring Frankie Beverly, describes him as "…gifted and talented…". 2 time Grammy Award winning producer Cedric Thompson labels him as "…phenomenal…an asset…my GO TO guy…". Saxophonist Mike Phillips adds "…one of the funkiest bassists that I've play
The Funkiest Bassist Ever!!! Releasing his FIRST album...and it is HOT!!! A Non-stop celebration !!
Hailing from the most enviable and historic musical city in the world dubbed “Hitsville USA,” this self-taught musician began his musical career on the trumpet at the age of 12. As his love of music began to develop, Terry quickly added piano, and rhythm guitar to his skill set. Tune and hear what happened next. Social Media Twitter @CoffeeTalkJazz https://www.facebook.com/CoffeeTalkJazz Website:CoffeeTalkJazzRadio.com
What a pleasure to watch the inspired growth of this amazing artist! Cheikh Ndoye has been involved in the Washington, D.C. music scene for quite some time now - and the word has traveled to significant ears.
Bassist, Arranger and Composer, Cheikh is originally from Senegal in West Africa. He heard Jazz on the radio in his country as well as the traditional songs of his region. On piano first, he was captivated when he heard the bass of Jaco Pastorius via Weather Report. At 14, then, he started his musical journey. Public exposure was high when young Cheikh traveled to the States with his Sengalese-based band, Opus. At the St. Louis Jazz Festival, he was heard and noticed. Pharoah Sanders was there, as well as Herbie Hancock and more.
Interested in the full immersion of both education and in playing bass, Cheikh found himself in the Jazz-oriented landscape of D.C. Friends and fans gathered to create "A Child's Tale" in 2009. Among the mighty: Randy Brecker, Russell Ferrante and Karen Briggs.
That breathtaking and unique project has gained mileage and paved the way for the anticipation of Cheikh's follow-up, to be called "Linguere." We'll hear brand new tracks from the CD - and we'll hear about the exciting event planned for the first weekend of April at Blues Alley. It will feature our guest and his amazingly talented friends - Karen Briggs among them - in a three-day stint.
What a beautiful mix of Old World and New Contemporary Cheikh presents to us! When you hear it, you'll feel a restoration to your spirit - a gateway to Spring :)
Join us at one p.m. on the FIRST of April, 2014! Two hours of music - and Cheikh Ndoye arrives at three, Eastern.
Wednesday at 6:00 pm EST on "Up Close & Personal" with Latinjazzy ..From Berks!, I will be chattin' it up Generation Next!!!
Lin Rountree , Julian Vaughn , Lebron Dennis and Nicholas Cole ...
We all LOVE these young Trippin 'N' Rhythm Records Artists.
Individually these Fellas have stolen our hearts with their versatile and unique styles and amazing performances ...and NOW get ready to be BLOWN away as they come together as "Generation Next", making their Debut appearance at Berks Jazz Fest , this coming Sunday!!!
Ohh yeah that's is definitely going to be yet another Berks SOLD OUT hit show!!!! <3
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