Nicholasg980

Nicholasg980

Progressive Jazz Fusion artist Anders Helmerson just became the latest member of a very select group of musicians who have penned a song to their beloved instruments, which in addition to being functional, have a sentimental appeal. Helmerson recently released "Yodas Dance" which is how he fondly refers to his lead keyboard. Blues extraordinaire B.B. King made his guitar "Lucille" the focus of a hit song in 1985. In fact there's even a Facebook group called "Musicians Who Name Their Instruments." Though most would think "Yoda's Dance" might refer in some way to Star Wars it doesn't. But there's still bit of irony related t...
B.J. Jansen and T.C. the 3rd have teamed up to release their new Album featuring the Uptown Jazz Collective on Artists Recording Collective. The new release (ARC-2260), "She Do What She Do," features original compositions, standards as well as spoken word performances. They have dedicated the album to the memories of Trudy Pitts (T.C.s late Mother) Sid Simmons Andy McCloud Charles Fambrough James Moody Abbey Lincoln and Dr. Billy Taylor. The album features the musicianship of T.C. the 3rd (Vocals) B.J. Jansen (Baritone Sax) Marcus Persiani (Piano) Mike Boone (Bass) Kenneth Salters (Drums) Jonah Jonathan (Bass) Emmanuel Harold (Dru...
BARBARA JEAN - CD Album: Sweet Jazz / Swing Barbara Jean is a singer/songwriter from New York whose ballads and solid swing tunes provide the perfect vehicle for her mellow voice and direct delivery. "Sweet", is a fine collection of original material and runs the gamut from soulful ballads to cool swing. Born into a musical family (her mother was a cellist and her sister, an accomplished pianist) she began her professional music career as a bassist in Phoenix - country, pop, rock and roll. After …

Marching to the beat of his own drum, Anders Helmerson truly exemplifies what it means to be the exception and not the rule. From music to medical school and back to music, Helmerson is a well rounded artist who allowed his creativity to take him to new heights and to ultimately create his own genre of music which he has dubbed Progressive FusionMarching to the beat of his own drum, Anders Helmerson truly exemplifies what it means to be the exception and not the rule. From music to medical school and back to music, Helmerson is a well rounded artist who allowed his creativity to take him to new heights and to ultimately create his own genre of music which he has dubbed Progressive Fusion.

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website: http://www.rachelfine.sunsetrecordings.com/
Music: http://www.rachelfine.sunsetrecordings.com/
Sunset Recording artist, Rachel Fine will perform this weekend at the 2010 "Champions of Education" Benefit

Rachel Fine will perform at the VIP Dinner after the Polo match set up this weekend at the 2010 "Champions of Education" Benefit on the Hamptons, Long Island in New York to support the ongoing campaign for The MacDella Cooper Fou

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website: http://www.denataylormusic.com/

Austin, TX - DA Productions is thrilled to announce today's release of Certitude, the second album from jazz vocalist Dena Taylor. Combining jazz, country and easy listening, this compilation of standards makes a great addition for a dinner party or the soundtrack to a romantic evening with someone special.

Certitude is made up of 11 country-inspired jazz tracks featuring collaborations with an impressive

Url: http://jazzmando.com/new/archives/001181.shtml Sound: http://bethanyandrufus.musicdish.net

Bethany & Rufus - 900 Miles (Music Video) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuXc-RLtblY

We are always enchanted by artists who can take an instrument out of predictable context and create a whole new way of looking at its function. This is also significant to mandolinists who seek to push the boundaries of its capabilities, and more traditional roles.

We found some great out-of-the box thinki

Page 2 of 2