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Trombonist JC Sanford, a protégé of legendary composer and trombonist Bob Brookmeyer, has performed with the likes of Danilo Pérez, Matt Wilson, Donny McCaslin, and Anthony Cox and has regularly been recognized as a “Rising Star” trombonist, arranger, and big band in DownBeat Magazine’s Critic’s Polls over the past several years. His 2014 debut CD with the JC Sanford Orchestra Views from the Inside yielded international acclaim and was awarded a 2014 Aaron Copland Fund recording grant. He is conductor of the thrice-Grammy-nominated John Hollenbeck Large Ensemble and is musical director of the JazzMN Orchestra.
Soundcloud : https://bit.ly/JC_Sanford_ImminentStandards_Soundcloud
Bandcamp : http://bit.ly/JCSanford_Imminent_SPR
Alan Kaplan has long been one of the top studio trombone players in Los Angeles. His recording credits vary vastly from Marvin Gaye to Johnny Mathis to Madonna to Placido Domingo to Sarah Vaughan to Oingo Boingo to Whitney Houston to the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, Josh Groban, Michael Buble, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Lady Gaga, and countless more. He has played on the scores for nearly 1000 movies and thousands of television episodes.
Available at: http://www.alankaplan.org/
The Latin Side of Horace Silver being the latest addition to the franchise. Conrad Herwig has assembled an all-star band of his favorite colleagues including tenor sax great Igor Butman along with special guest, the Grammy-winning Dominican pianist, Michel Camilo. "The great thing about jazz is that nothing is so sacred that it can't be recomposed and reinvented and rediscovered," said Herwig, who goes on to prove it by refracting the music of the legendary Horace Silver through his own love of Afro-Cuban and Afro-Caribbean rhythms.
Available at: https://randysrecords.com/UPC/633842218724
Noah Bless, A 30-year veteran of New York’s rich Latin jazz scene, trombonist-composer Noah Bless has immersed himself in Afro-Cuban music, soaking up mambo and rhumba while getting the clave ingrained into his DNA. A graduate of internationally renowned Cincinnati Conservatory, with a master’s degree in jazz from the Manhattan School of Music ...
The new John Fedchock NY Sextet CD "Into The Shadows " is now available at https://www.summitrecords.com/cart/
The new Mike Barone Big Band CD "Brazil" is now available at https://mikebaronemusic.com/ only! Downloads at iTunes and Amazon. Many videos on YouTube to listen to.
Mike Barone https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ddJLA-17vI
In seven fragments drawn from creation myths, Hansjörg Fink (trombone) and Elmar Lehnen (church organ) musically explore the questions of the origin of life. In the process they merge jazz elements with traditional stylistic features, improvisation with composed music, and sound out the limits of what is instrumentally possible. We thus discover a unique sound world in this collaboration between solo trombone and the world’s largest German Romantic organ.
FINK KORNER - DUO
Hansjörg Fink - Trombone
Gero Körner - Piano
recorded on 06.04.2017 and 03.05.2017
To order: https://www.gerokoerner.com/shop
The Las Vegas Boneheads
The Las Vegas Boneheads is a group comprised of 6 trombone players and 3 rhythm section players. The original group was formed by Las Vegas trombonist Abe Nole in the early 1960’s. The original cast was: Abe Nole, Charlie Loper, Archie LeCoque, Tommy Hodges, Pat Thompson and Bill Smiley. They rehearsed at the old Silver Slipper in Las Vegas on the 2nd floor and sometimes at Abe’s home. By the late 60’s the group was rehearsing backstage at the Frontier Hotel and at the Town Pub on Koval Lane and had changed personnel. The tenor trombones were Bill Booth, Jim Huntzinger, Carl Fontana and Ed Morgan. The bass trombones were Bill Rogers and Ralph Pressler. The boneheads would concertize at UNLV or after hours at the musicians union hall.
To order: https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/thelasvegasboneheads
Nick Finzer is one of the most exciting musicians of the millennial generation.
An award-winning composer, arranger, and trombonist, Finzer is bringing the joy and power of Jazz to both traditional fans and 21st century audiences who try everything from flying off cliffs in specially-designed suits to fugu sushi. He’s on a mission to be a passionate voice defining the sound of Jazz in this age, and to bring a little street cred to the trombone, which is a bold, tight sound.
To order: https://nickfinzer.selz.com/categories/cds
Join the Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet as they celebrate the release of their fifth recording, Intercambio. The evening is sure to delight music lovers alike as the Grammy nominated band performs highlights from this latest release on Wallace’s Patois Records as well as other favorites from previous recordings, Latin Jazz - Jazz Latin, To Hear From There, ¡Bien Bien! and more. The Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet will be joined by special guests Mads Tolling on violin and Mary Fettig on saxophones.
To order: http://waynewallacelatinjazzquintet.com/
OUT of BOUNDS, a new solo CD featuring English bass trombonist Michael Eversden (North Netherlands Symphony Orchestra) has just been released. The CD explores interesting and little known 20th and 21st Century music for bass trombone in a chamber music setting and features the instrument accompanied by brass and string quartets and a wind quintet, and duets with percussion, violin and flute.
To order: http://www.basstrombone.eu/
Requiem - Hansjörg Fink and Elmar Lehnen
An unusual journey into the spheres of improvisation and traditional requiem chants: Hansjörg Fink and Elmar Lehnen prove to be border crossers, demonstrating that contrasts can be tied together. Age-old tradition meets vibrant, jazzy joie de vivre; composed music meets improvisation; liturgy meets world; spirituality meets sensuality. Fink and Lehnen move assuredly on historic foundations, adding their own, liberal figures. Sombre moments of death appear here in a new, milder light.
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Mario Vavti - trombone, loops and live electronics In his childhood he started his musical career as a drummer. Later he studied trombone with Erich Kleinschuster at the conservatory in Klagenfurt (A), with Bart van Lier at the conservatories in Hilversum and Rotterdam (NL) and with Ed Neumeister at the University of Music and Arts in Graz (A). Since 2004 he is living in Vienna (A) working as freelance musician, composer and arranger. Besides his work as bandleader he is internationally active as soloist and sideman.
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Band of Bones plays swinging big band jazz with a new twist and a totally unique sound.
They have great arrangements, exciting, original soloists, and their own sound.
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