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Bryan Carter, I Believe Review

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Bryan Carter, I Believe Review by Nolan DeBuke Bryan Carter is an artist of many disciplines. When Carter is not busy working in the realms of film, television, and Broadway, he can be found touring [...]
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Steve Davis, Bluesthetic Review

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Steve Davis, Bluesthetic Review By Sylvannia Garutch Steve Davis’ latest album, Bluesthetic, features guitarist Peter Bernstein, vibraphonist Steve Nelson, pianist Geoffrey Keezer, bassist Christian McBride, and drummer Willie Jones III. “Recording this album was kind of [...]
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Joe LoCascio, Book of Days Review

Joe LoCascio, Book of Days Review by Nolan DeBuke Joe LoCascio is an award-winning composer and pianist who is prolific in both classical and jazz genres. As a performer, he has released eighteen critically acclaimed jazz [...]
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Gilad Hekselman, Far Star Review

Gilad Hekselman, Far Star Review By Sylvannia Garutch Gilad Hekselman is an Israeli guitarist that hit the New York City jazz scene in 2004 and instantly began playing with Chris Potter, Eric Harland, Mark Turner, [...]

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Steve Davis, Bluesthetic Review

Steve Davis, Bluesthetic Review By Sylvannia Garutch Steve Davis’ latest album, Bluesthetic, features guitarist Peter Bernstein, vibraphonist Steve Nelson, pianist Geoffrey Keezer, bassist Christian McBride, and drummer Willie Jones III. “Recording this album was kind of […]

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Joe LoCascio, Book of Days Review

Joe LoCascio, Book of Days Review by Nolan DeBuke Joe LoCascio is an award-winning composer and pianist who is prolific in both classical and jazz genres. As a performer, he has released eighteen critically acclaimed jazz […]

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Brad Mehldau Quartet

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Michal Martyniuk, Nothing to Prove

by Ferell Aubre Polish born pianist and keyboardist Michal Martyniuk is no stranger to the Auckland music scene.  Based in New Zealand since 2007, he holds a degree in Jazz Performance from Auckland University. Michal’s […]

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Bryan Carter, I Believe Review

Bryan Carter, I Believe Review by Nolan DeBuke Bryan Carter is an artist of many disciplines. When Carter is not busy working in the realms of film, television, and Broadway, he can be found touring […]

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Steve Davis, Bluesthetic Review

Steve Davis, Bluesthetic Review By Sylvannia Garutch Steve Davis’ latest album, Bluesthetic, features guitarist Peter Bernstein, vibraphonist Steve Nelson, pianist Geoffrey Keezer, bassist Christian McBride, and drummer Willie Jones III. “Recording this album was kind of […]

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Joe LoCascio, Book of Days Review

Joe LoCascio, Book of Days Review by Nolan DeBuke Joe LoCascio is an award-winning composer and pianist who is prolific in both classical and jazz genres. As a performer, he has released eighteen critically acclaimed jazz […]

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