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Thomas R. Erdmann

Thomas R. Erdmann

A native of Richardson, Texas, saxophonist and composer Jamie WilliamS (sic), began his musical career by earning a full scholarship to the University Of Miami School Of…
West Coast American musician Brian Ellis lists the instruments he plays as guitar, bass, keys, saxophone, trumpet, xylophone, theremin, kalimba, Bolivian 12-string mando…
Somehow it doesn’t seem possible, but it has now been 20 years since multi-Grammy winner rock/pop pianist Bruce Hornsby burst upon the music world. His highly infectious…
This recording, the last time visionary violinist Billy Bang and free-jazz tenor saxophone explorer Frank Lowe would record together, is a stunning document of the excit…
Currently based in New York, saxophonist and composer Saco Yasuma was born and raised in Japan. Active as a keyboard player in rock and funk bands in Japan, she moved to…
Guitarist and composer Paul Nash passed away in 2006 from complications due to brain cancer. Before he passed away he organized a two-CD project meant to represent the d…
Wow! New York based Hammond B3 organist and pianist Akiko Tsuruga’s latest CD, Sweet And Funky, is as the kids used to say "the bomb." This disc burns with energy…
In the same way avant-garde classical composers have had to explain their music is part of the continuing lineage in the historical movement of their art, notice how man…
Hailing from Toronto, Canada pianist Andy Milne earned an Honors degree in music from York University, where he studied with, among others, Oscar Peterson. Encouraged by…
When the history of jazz recording is written it will include a prominent section regarding the end of the twentieth century and the beginning, of the twenty-first. High…