[JPL] Sean Jones/Soprano & Tia Fuller

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Tia has done some really nice work over the recent summers at the Stanford Jazz Workshop, where I've seen her in action in a variety of settings.
 
Mike Schwartz/KSJS 
 
 
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Tia Fuller is from Denver, she moved to East Orange NJ last year to be part
of Metro NYC's jazz scene. She and Sean Jones have worked together several
times in the past on each other's projects. Tia is also part of the Kit
McClure Band. Tia is part of the multi-talented Fuller family here in
Denver, a family of musicans spanning 3 generations, her father Fred is a
gifted bassist, her mom is a terrific singer, her brothers and sisters are
musicians as well. Her brother-in-law Rudy Royston is a great drummer. The
Fuller's ensemble is named Fuller Sound. Tia has a solo album released last
year, a CD worthy of airplay, if you haven't received it let me know and
I'll put you in contact with Tia.

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