Hope all is well my friend. I was wondering if you recieved any feedback on my song "Ocean Breeze"? I did add a song to the site if you might check it out and let me know what you think it is "Journey To A…"
" HI DAN,ONCE MORE THANKS TO YOUR INTEREST...OUR INTEREST IN PROMOTE IN MY COUNTRY MORE SWING TUNES.YOU KNOW IN THE ALL WORLD MUSICAL BUSINESS,BELONG TO JAZZ ONLY 5 PER CENT.ANNOTHERS 95 PER CENT BELONG TO…"
" HI DAN,NICE TO MEET YOU THANKS TO JAZZ FRIENDSHIP.YES, I INTRODUCE TWO HOURS WEEK IN BRAZILIAN FM STATION.NOTHING LIKE USA JAZZ FM STATIONS...24 HOURS GROOVING SOUNDS...NO, IN BRAZIL ONLY WEEKLY JAZZ RADIO…"
I play all of the saxes, flute and keyboard. I have performed with Bill "Sticks Nicks" the drummer for Junior Walker as well as Jackie Ivory. I am a songwriter and composer. I write and compose Smooth Jazz, Blues, Modern Classical and Religous. I arrange horn charts and perform with The New Day Band which is the front band for the New Day Foundation which a charity for cancer patients in Northern Indiana. I am currently a member of the Kelly Jay Band which is 40's jump swing band.
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What Instrument do you play?
Piano, Saxophone, Other
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HI DAN,ONCE MORE THANKS TO YOUR INTEREST...OUR INTEREST IN PROMOTE IN MY COUNTRY MORE SWING TUNES.YOU KNOW IN THE ALL WORLD MUSICAL BUSINESS,BELONG TO JAZZ ONLY 5 PER CENT.ANNOTHERS 95 PER CENT BELONG TO ROCK,POP MUSIC,REGGAE,COUNTRY,ETC.IS POSSIBLE CHANGE IT? I DONT KNOW,BUT I TRY.WELL,DAN,WHEN YOU SEND YOUR CD-PROMOTE,I JUST NEED YOU E-MAIL ME firstname.lastname@example.org SAYING...OK, YOU CAN PLAY MY MUSIC IN YOUR BRAZILIAN JAZZ RADIO PROGRAM.....I WILL PRINT AND FILE.ARE THE RADIO RULES. THE RADIO ADDRESS IS ......................RADIO LESTE----RUA DR.GOULIN,291 CURITIBA PARANA BRAZIL ZIP CODE 800 30 290 ATT - EDSON LUIZ KRUG----------------------------------------------------------YOU ASK ME ABOUT THE RADIO IS CARRIED BY INTERNET? BY NOW,IS NOT POSSIBLE.IS NOT RUNNING UP IN THE WEB.BY THE WAY, MANY MUSICIANS ASK ME THE SAME.TROUBLE CONNEXIONS.DAN,THANKS A LOT YOUR SUPPORT.WHEN COMES, I E-MAIL ABOUT.THANKS A LOT.
HI DAN,NICE TO MEET YOU THANKS TO JAZZ FRIENDSHIP.YES, I INTRODUCE TWO HOURS WEEK IN BRAZILIAN FM STATION.NOTHING LIKE USA JAZZ FM STATIONS...24 HOURS GROOVING SOUNDS...NO, IN BRAZIL ONLY WEEKLY JAZZ RADIO SHOW.I DO MY BEST TO FEATURE IMPROVISED MUSIC IN MY COUNTRY.ACCORDING THE DOWNBEAT MAGAZINE,THE NUMBER OF JAZZ MUSICIANS GROW UP EVERY YEAR.SO, WE MUST TO CREATE PURCHASER PUBLIC.AUDIENCE.LISTENERS.WELL,DAN, THERE S SOME RADIO RULES I MUST TO FOLLOW.I CANNOT PLAY DOWNLOAD MUSIC ON AIR.ONLY ORIGINALS CDS.IF I COULD, WOULD BE THE PARADISE.IF YOU WANT SUPPORT ME, I NEED A CD-PROMOTE.IF YOU SAY OK, I GIVE YOU THE RADIO ADDRESS. email@example.com
The Jazz Network is exactly what the title suggests, a place where you get to mix and mingle with those who have not only an appreciation for Jazz but a forum to hear new up and coming artists as well. I've hooked up with so many of my old friends that I've lost contact with over the years here and it's been a great place to meet folk, appreciate good music and Musicianship. What an incredible idea!!
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