June 2011 Blog Posts (32)

new solo cd from THE ATMA ANUR GROUP

ATMA ANUR GROUP... The ATMA ANUR GROUP is now recording their first studio CD! So far 8 tracks are just about done, just waiting for the special guest guitar players to join in the fun. They include: JAREK SMIETANA, CRAIG ERICKSON, ANDRO BISWANE and lots more...Although Atma has been leading this experimental fusion band for many years, this is the very first time they have ventured into the studio as a group. The current lineup includes keyboardist and composer TOMASZ BURA, and bass virtuoso… Continue

Added by cheryl pyle on June 30, 2011 at 7:10pm — 1 Comment

      A long time ago in a place faraway I had my own dream, of making music MY way, of recording it as authentically as I could, of taking the finished product to the world and asking 'how do you l…

 

 

 

A long time ago in a place faraway I had my own dream, of making music MY way, of recording it as authentically as I could, of taking the…

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Added by tommie brewster on June 30, 2011 at 6:28am — No Comments

I like the way you move - Really Funky :)

Wow, like that...!

Added by Michael Ian Brown on June 30, 2011 at 5:17am — No Comments

Spectra Jazz Artist Matt Cusson

 

Catch Matt on Fox 8 News in the Morning Cleveland Ohio June 30, 2011 7am

 

Spectra Jazz Artist MATT CUSSON Thurs. June 30, 2011 8PM @ KARL'S INN of the Barrister's 1264 W. 3rd St. Cleveland $15 http://www.ultimateconnexion.c…

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Added by Ultimate Connexions, Inc. on June 27, 2011 at 10:56pm — No Comments

Today's music

The devaluation of music on a spiritual level to me is more Dangerous than the devaluation financially, popular music of today is being used to keep people programed,keeping people from reaching for their spirituality and spiritual thinking ,keeping people from questioning the power that be,music is a seriously powerful force always been always will be and today it's being used to control the masses through senseless lyrical content, sounds and even Dances.Hip Hop for example was a powerful… Continue

Added by Patrick Charles on June 26, 2011 at 10:31am — 1 Comment

Tower of Power Horn Section Discography for Tony Adamo's "What is Hip?" CD



The Way You Do The Things You Do

(W Robinson, B Rogers - Jobete Music Co

Inc)



Vocal - Tony Adamo

Drums - James Gadson

Bass - Jerry

Stucker

Organ - Neil Larsen

Guitar - Jerry Stucker

Percussion - Robert

Quintana

Trumpet/Trombone - Henry Hung

Sax - Melecio Magdaluyo

Bari Sax

- Stephen Doc Kupka---Doc

Background Vocals - Sandy Griffith









 Rhythm Of Your Love

(T Adamo, J Stucker - La Voce Publishing… Continue

Added by Tony Adamo on June 24, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Hey Papi Promotions presents Prayze In The City Weekend with Saturday & Sunday Concerts!

I want to invite you to a Prayze In The City Weekend with Saturday & Sunday Concerts!



Saturday, July 9 from 11:00am to 7:00pm, on the Annapolis City Dock, 1 Dock Street, Annapolis, MD. 21401. …



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Added by Christian Promoter Shawn Papi on June 23, 2011 at 7:26pm — No Comments

TERENCE BLANCHARD TO COMPOSE ORIGINAL MUSIC FOR A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE ON BROADWAY

 

GRAMMY-WINNING COMPOSER/TRUMPET PLAYER TERENCE BLANCHARD TO COMPOSE ORIGINAL MUSIC FOR FRONT ROW PRODUCTION'S A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, WRITTEN BY TENNESSEE…

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Added by Muse Media PR on June 23, 2011 at 12:29pm — No Comments

Horndriven Radio Strokeland Records Tony Adamo

Today, Strokeland Records announced a new addition to

their musical "family", with the release of the "San Gabriel 7's" new cd,

"Cottonwood Station". Over the past six months Strokeland has added several new

artists, as well as new music from existing members of the label headed by

“Tower Of Power” founding member “Doc Kupka”. With this in mind, Horn Driven

Radio is featuring in our current music rotation, the music of all the artists…
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Added by Tony Adamo on June 22, 2011 at 8:07pm — No Comments

A unique upportunity for Jazz for Peace in MidTown Manhattan 06/23/11 7:30 p.m.

READ MORE: http://prlog.org/11536412

Top Jazz Artist Rick DellaRatta to Perform in Manhattan

After historic concerts in Africa and Brazil , Rick DellaRatta and Jazz for Peace perform for Global Peace Partners.

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE…

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Added by Burton Danet on June 20, 2011 at 4:05pm — No Comments

New Review: Alphonse Mouzon / Angel Face(Tenacious Records #9216-2, 2011 )





Alphonse Mouzon's career as a drummer, composer, arranger, producer, actor, multi-instrumentalist, playing jazz, fusion, disco, funk, pop, or rock has delighted generations of fans all over the world, since the time when he was at the forefront of the jazz fusion movement. As his impressive discography already proved it, his creative drive and audacity didn't slow down over the years, and "Angel Face” turns out to be another compelling proof of his qualities.

This time he is…

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Added by JazzWorldQuest.com on June 17, 2011 at 7:56pm — No Comments

Birthday!

Yesterday was my birthday and I feel great! I have my health, my life, my family loves me, and I am fulfilling my purpose both professionally and musically. It is amazing how, with time, I seem to appreciate life for both its simplicity and its grandeur. I have learned not to grumble or to complain, but to reach out and help improve the quality of other's lives.

 

For my gift, my youngest son bought me a wall plaque that reads, "Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the…

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Added by Hulon on June 17, 2011 at 10:50am — No Comments

CONCIERTO "MANGUZ FOLK" EN EL BUEN PASTOR - SABADO 25 DE JUNIO 17 HS - CORDOBA-ARGENTIN

CONCIERTO "MANGUZ FOLK" EN EL BUEN PASTOR - SABADO 25 DE JUNIO 17 HS - CORDOBA-ARGENTINA







CONCIERTO "MANGUZ FOLK" EN EL BUEN PASTOR - SABADO 25 DE JUNIO 17 HS - CORDOBA-ARGENTINA

.. FERNANDO MANGUZ

Música: (…
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Added by FERNANDO MANGUZ on June 15, 2011 at 12:33pm — No Comments

CoffeeTalk Jazz Radio "Special Edition Show" Tuesday's June 14, 2011

We had a ball today on CoffeeTalk Jazz Radio. Her latest offering, “Make Room for Me” highlights Brigitte Zaire’s
tremendous writing style and vocal prowess, balanced with the sheer creative skills of her musicians. She’s left her mark on the world of music and there’s so much more to come. Visit her Official Website BrigetteZarie.com Ms. Bridgette
Lewis CoffeeTalk Jazz Radio June 14, 2011

Added by Bridgette Lewis on June 14, 2011 at 6:30pm — No Comments

MAJOR RECORD DEAL AT YOUR FINGERS

Shopping For Record Deal Consideration - Haev Your Music Heard By Major Record A&R! Continue

Added by Dondray Robinson on June 14, 2011 at 6:26pm — No Comments

free download - Conversations with Erik & I

Free Download from "Conversations with Erik & I"

"Free Download of the Day"…

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Added by Rick Britto on June 13, 2011 at 3:55pm — No Comments

BROOKLYN JAZZ

 

The 13th Annual Central Brooklyn Jazz Festival, March 30-April 30, 2012.  April is known as Jazz Appreciation Month throughout America.  Produced by Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium with support from the people of Brooklyn.  This month long celebration of an unique American original art form is New York City's longest continually running grass roots festival dedicated to classic jazz.  International and local musicians…
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Added by Bob Myers on June 12, 2011 at 9:51am — No Comments

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