Shenole Latimer
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  • Mastic, NY
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Where are you located?
Mastic, NY
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Musical Artist, Educator, Clinician
Tell us a little about your background...
I began performing music publicly in 1993, but became a full time musician in 2000. The venues I have been a headliner for range in size from small jazz clubs such as Smoke in New York City or Twins Jazz in Washington DC, to medium sized concert halls like the 500 seat Dix Hills Performing Arts Center in Dix Hills, New York and the 1,164 seat Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts in Patchogue, New York.

Though my fan base primarily think of me as a jazz musician, I actually am very active in other scenes as a sideman and/or session musician for artists within the Neo-Soul, R&B, Blues, World Music, Adult Contemporary Rock, and Pop genres.

AWARDS: Louis Armstrong Award (1991), Long Island Voice Best Horn Player Award (1999), Versatility and Image Award (2008)

ENDORESMENTS: Vandoren

SELECT CORPORATE SPONSORS (past and present): Superlite Custom Backdrops, Coldwell Banker, Washington Mutual, Church Street Printers
How did you hear about the Jazz Network? Please give full name of contact
Henning Stumm
What Instrument do you play?
Saxophone
What is your website address? Only websites that pertain to your business and how you can be contacted.
http://www.shenolelatimer.com

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Life's Curve Balls

Posted on June 12, 2010 at 9:07am 0 Comments

It's been some time since my last post. In fact, I haven't posted anything since returning from my tour this past April. I've been absent for a combination of reasons.



The first thing that kept me occupied was all of the preparation I was trying to do in gearing up for my recording project. Besides trying to take care

of any last minute logistical challenges, I was also working

frantically to finish a couple of songs I had left to complete for…

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Lessons from the Road

Posted on April 28, 2010 at 7:13am 0 Comments

Well, I've been home for almost a week now from my "What's All That Jazz About?" east coast tour and, besides coming back in desperate need of some rest, I have also come back with some lessons from the road. The thing is, what I learned may seem like common sense but it's amazing how even experienced people can take certain things for granted ,or even just get so wrapped up in other things that the obvious becomes not so obvious.





However, before I go into any real details, I… Continue

The Concept

Posted on April 2, 2010 at 6:00am 0 Comments

I've sat, and I've thought, and I've pondered, and I've mused...what could be the concept behind my next album? And, how would that concept help me come up with a name for the album? After much deliberation, I decided to look back at my last album, "Front and Center", for some ideas.



Back in 2006, while I was recording "Front and Center", the whole idea was to basically introduce myself to the listeners. Additionally, I…

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Musicians Shouldn't Get Paid

Posted on March 12, 2010 at 7:10am 0 Comments

There's a phrase I hear a lot of. And, I've been hearing it long before the economy tanked. It goes something like this: "I love how you guys sound! I'm an organizer

for (just fill in the blank here) and I would like to hire you to give

a performance there. We don't have much money though."







Bingo! There it is! The "we don't have much money"…

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At 9:12pm on March 16, 2010, Aysha said…
Shenole,
Thanks for the friend request! Have a wonderful rest of the week!
Aysha
At 6:39am on March 16, 2010, Jerry Costanzo said…
Yea.. It's been awhile. Whats new and exciting? I have been trying to keep busy with the music. It's been pretty tough in this economy!!

You should come down to the Tusday night jam at Murphy's in Mineola, always an awesome rythem section. There is also a good Monday night jam @ The Fox Hollow in Woodbury, I was there last night. Hope to see you around... Jer
At 6:36am on January 11, 2010, Bigtrigger said…
Welcome...Smile, I've got to man. I have some news to share with you about OCTOBER 15 & 16, 2010!
 
 
 

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