[JPL] Young Players

Dr. Jazz drjazz at drjazz.com
Mon Feb 11 11:32:22 EST 2008


15 year old Grace Kelly.
'Nuff said!

David Kunian wrote:
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> How young are you talking?  I consider if you still stand up when you 
> play, you're young.  But if you sit, you're not necessarily old.
>
> Matt Perrine - sousaphonist extrordinaire (don't believe me - watch 
> Letterman tonight as he plays behind the great trombone rock band 
> Bonerama) - has a great trad band.  He's under 40.  His record 
> Sunshine City is fantastic - trad like you've never heard it.
>
> Glen David Andrews and the Lazy 6 - Glen is in his 30s.
> There are also some younger brass bands in New Orleans that could do 
> it - The TBC and a couple others.
>
> Shamarr Allen - 30 year old trumpet man.
>
> Kermit Ruffins - 40 year old trumpeter and great live performer
>
> For other players in their forties/fifties - trombonist Rick Trolsen, 
> clarinettists and composers Tim Laughlin and Evan Christopher, pianist 
> Tom McDermott, drummer Shannon Powell.
>
> All can be found in New Orleans.  Contact me off list if you need a 
> number.
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> dk
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> TomtheJazzman wrote:
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>> This week's sponsor: Pacific Coast Jazz
>>
>> Two new Pacific Coast Jazz albums are in stores now and on radio:
>> Roberta Donnay's ''What's Your Story'' - ''...a major new find... 
>> highly recommended'' with 5 albums behind her and Orrin Keepnews by 
>> her side, this album is destined for a Grammy.  She performs across 
>> the nation and in Europe.  www.robertadonnay.com
>>
>> The Bruce Eskovitz Jazz Orchestra's ''Invitation'' to you is to 
>> listen and capture this ''...hard swinging, straight-ahead, good-time 
>> modern jazz.''  This CD release party is at The Jazz Bakery in LA on 
>> February 17.  www.bruceeskovitz.com
>>
>> Radio promo by New World 'N' Jazz, Neal Sapper, 415-453-1558 & 
>> Matt Hughes, 732-835-5050.  Label: Pacific Coast Jazz, 858-484-8609 
>> Email donna at pacificcoastjazz.com   check out all of our artists at 
>> www.pacificcoastjazz.com
>>
>> Pacific Coast Jazz wishes all of our friends a great 2008.
>>
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>> Who would you suggest as young players of Traditional Jazz for 
>> someone looking for such for a weekend festival.  Thanks for your 
>> thoughts.  ALOHA  Tom
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