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Scott Mastro

Scott Mastro

From the land of windmills and wooden shoes to the town where Tony Bennett left his heart all those oh-so-many-years ago, vocalist/recording artist, Ellen Honert, inject…
Texas-born and on the piano by age seven -- in those 1920s when we named our children after presidents -- McKinley Howard Dorham honed his horn on ‘bop’ in the 1930s-40s…
West Coast Jazz had its own sound before Ronald Reagan wore diapers or kissed a monkey, back to about when Ullyses S. Grant nearly gave the-entire-country-and-everything…