October 2012 Blog Posts (4)

Stanionis Family Benefit Fund

I'm so touched by all your help! This pain is constant and much worse in the am hrs but knowing you all are here for my family and continue to help us stay in our home gives me a bit of comfort, Thank you all! Please continue to share & post on all your websites, FB pages, Twitter, etc! 
Blessings,
-G
http://www.gofundme.com/1ddg6c

Added by Gary "Big G" Stanionis on October 29, 2012 at 10:31am — No Comments

Eenee meenie miney mo; with with one shall I BLOG!?

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Whenever there's conflict, people get conflicted!  LOL!  At least I do.



We don't even seem to rhyme the way we know we should.  I mean, shall I use Jai Jai's Jazz Network Worldwide to BLOG, or should I use Facebook to BLOG?  Eenee meenie miney mo... with which one shall I go!?  Oops - BLOG!?



I've decided that since I love both interfaces for specific reasons, I'll deploy the Jazz Network Worldwide for music stuff and Facebook for social…

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Added by John Sussewell on October 21, 2012 at 5:58am — No Comments

Tony Adamo in Top 50 on Radio ESB Jazz Radio/STRIGHT UP DEAL WHAT IS HIP?

August 2012 - Top 50 most played albums in the last 3 months:



Tony Adamo in Top 50 on ESB Jazz Radio

Franky B - A Too Hip To Be Square Production, NY, NY August 2012 - Top 50 most played albums in the last 3 months:

Tony Adamo, vocal Hipspokenword artist has two Cd's in the top 50 at ESB Jazz Radio. Adamo's Cd STRAIGHT UP DEAL is at #35 and WHAT IS HIP? is at #50. At…

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Added by Tony Adamo on October 6, 2012 at 3:31pm — No Comments

Dr. Goodfoot

Dr. Goodfoot” is one of those tracks that is just as fun to play as it is to listen to. I'm so glad the palpable energy we felt in the studio translated to the finished recording. I knew we were doing something right when I couldn't help but dance while playing this. Partially inspired by Grover Washington Jr.’s “Mister Magic,” this track should be accessible to all those who enjoy a funky groove and an upbeat mood.

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Added by Hulon on October 4, 2012 at 3:52pm — No Comments

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