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Sheldon T. Nunn

Sheldon T. Nunn

The intuitive spirit that comes from within is what a musician draws upon to assess his innate ability to create art. In most instances, not everyone can rise to the for…
Here of late, the so-called smooth jazz scene has been inundated by artists who play the saxophone. Closer scrutiny reveals the work of Kenny G,
Guitarist Chieli Minucci has been running the gamut of pop, rock, R&B and smooth jazz music for over 20 years. As a founding member of Special E…
As a pioneer of the so-called "rhythm and jazz" era of the 1980s, saxophonist Najee has been in the forefront of contemporary jazz for almost twenty years. With…
Curtis Fornadley, otherwise known as Curtis has released his third CD entitled Blue Electric Cool on the IF6WAS9 Record Label.…
Few jazz musicians have epitomized the sound of contemporary jazz as did the late Grover Washington, Jr. Considered by many to be the savior of modern-d…
As it stands today, the art of funk in jazz is not necessarily a commonality in the world we know today. By most standards, the general public is often exposed to watere…
Historically speaking, jazz has and always will be about originality, as well as the intuitive creative spirit that comes from within. From the onset, notable musicians …
For more than a decade, violinist Chris Murphy has been playing the gospel according to jazz in a style that has not been seen since the heydays of
Milwaukee native Jeremy Scott is a saxophonist who can be classified as a remarkable talent; in fact, this 22-year old dynamo has made quite a name for …
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