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Syberdelix Records

Syberdelix Records

PRESS RELEASE: SYBERDELIX RECORDS ANNOUNCES RELEASE DATES FOR "THE LONGING HOURS" BY NELSON FOLTZ

New York, NY., June 20, 2002 - Syberdelix Records announces the June 20, 2002 internet release of a new Jazz album entitled "the longing hours"; a collection of six original tracks by trombonist Nelson Foltz and several covers of some of his favorite songs. Produced by Nelson Foltz and Tom Lynn, the record is described by Nelson as, "a night-chill-out. torch song/ unrequited love record that is …

29.01.2011

Nelson Foltz

Published in Artist Biographies
Trombonist Nelson Foltz was raised in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania where he attended Duquesne University and studied with legendary trombonist Matty Shiner. He came to New York to attend New York University and study with Jim Pugh who continues to be a great friend and inspiration. Nelson spent several years touring all over the world with Broadway shows including 'Oliver', 'Cinderella', 'Grease', 'Kiss of the Spider Woman' and 'Fame' .

He returned to New York in 1998 and began subbing on Broadway …