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Willie Pickens On Piano Jazz

Chicago jazz mainstay Willie Pickens died this past December at age 86. Revisit his performance with McPartland in this 1997 episode of Piano Jazz.

As Cuba Changes, Orquesta Akokán Revives The Golden Age Of Mambo

Producer Jacob Plasse and vocalist José "Pepito" Gómez share how they recorded the band's debut in Havana's legendary Areito Studios and what their team-up symbolizes for Cuban-American relations.

Cleo Brown On Piano Jazz

Cleo Brown makes a rare appearance to perform her greatest hit, "Pinetop's Boogie-Woogie," and to recall the style's heyday in the 1930s.

The 2018 NEA Jazz Masters Tribute Concert

Dianne Reeves, Pat Metheny, Joanne Brackeen and Todd Barkan are recipients of the 2018 Jazz Masters award — the highest honor the U.S. gives to a jazz musician or advocate.

Nicholas Payton On Piano Jazz

The trumpet prodigy learned how to improv from fellow New Orleans native Wynton Marsalis. Payton was only in his 20s when he visited with McPartland for this 1998 episode.

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Katy/Houston
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born in Philadelphia, is an artist to take note of. His signature sound and range, especially on the tenor saxophone, will capture your attention from the very first note he plays. From soul to jazz to fusion to gospel to contemporary popular music, Anthony’s versatile style appeals to a wide range of musical tastes. In 1982, at the age of twenty-one years old, Anthony left James Madison University to pursue his calling as a professional musician, ending up in Northern Virginia with The Sparkplugs. In 1989, he formed his own band. Tony Terry and Clockwork performed contemporary jazz covers and original music. After more than a year of successful dates in and around Washington, D.C., he disbanded Clockwork to pursue freelance work, and to dedicate more of his time to the original music projects, Egypt, and later Double Digit. Anthony's devotion to his craft and his singular style of playing have led to openings for such artists as the Kinks, the Busboys, Steppenwolf, Junior Walker and the All Stars, Denice Williams, Natalie Cole, and Spyro Gyra, among others. He has toured the United States and Europe, shared his talents on recordings with Yasmeen, Double Digit, Anthony Archer, Forte', Manny Fresh, Mel Waiters, Hamilton Loomis, and has performed live with Motown legend El DeBarge. In 1994, he moved to Houston, Texas and is currently working as a successful freelance musician, playing soprano, tenor, and baritone saxes, along with MIDI wind synth, vocals, and now bass guitar. Anthony continues to work with a variety of musical artist and styles all over the country and abroad. In addition to working on his own original music project, he currently performs with The Megatones, The Green Onions, Andrea B., La Raza Connection, Houston icon Yvonne Washington, and Blind Pig recording artist, Hamilton Loomis.
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At 1:02pm on January 22, 2009, Phrequency.com said…
At 12:11pm on December 12, 2008, Rosendo Quiñones Jr. said…
Glad to meet you on the site. Heard your music very jazzy. Perhaps you know Lloyd Hughes, sax player, Houston area.
Great sounds. Happy Holiday Season.
Quindo
At 7:03pm on December 11, 2008, Rod Tate said…
Hey there Anthony !
Thanks so very much for the friendship !
Have a wonderful evening
Until Next time...
Peaceeeeeeeeee
Rod Tate
At 11:38pm on December 7, 2008, George Jones said…
What's up Anthony! I see you found me...

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At 4:34pm on November 21, 2008, exe*Cute* said…
Hello Anthony ...
Welcome to our Family here at TJN ~ Hope You will have a Lot of Fun with us --- as we have Great Talent, and Sounds at this very Special 24/7- J@zzClub !!

You surely will be a Real Asset here !!

Would be a Great Honour to be Your Friend ...
Regards;
xdrd

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Happy Listening;
xdrd
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At 1:45am on November 20, 2008, The Messenger Label said…
Hello Anthony Terry! Thank you for your friendship.
Join us.
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At 11:52am on November 19, 2008, Luiz Santos said…
Welcome ANthony
Thanks you for joining the Jazz Network!
Be blessed!
Luiz
 
 
 

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