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1!!1! (keyboard)

Robert Blennerhed is born in Gothenburg, Sweden. He is a virtuoso Guitarplayer,Keyboardplayer and a Composer. He made a Solocd 1994 called ”Seven” with Jens Johansson (Stratovarius) on Keyboard and his brother Anders Johansson...

4th Ward Afro Klezmer Orchestra (composer/conductor)

The 4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra is an original Atlanta musical entity; a nine piece jazz orchestra playing original compositions and arrangements that combine West African influenced rhythms with Eastern European Klezmer melodies. The...

9th + Lincoln Orchestra (band/orchestra)

The 9th and Lincoln Orchestra is a musical project aiming to marry Denver's finest jazz players with new streams in the world of big band composition; to combine the shapes and textures of the new generation's aesthetic with the standard...

Aaron Alexander (drums)

Drummer/Composer Aaron Alexander grew up in Seattle, where he co-founded the collective bands BABKAS and Timebone (which won the Earshot Jazz, “Golden Ear" Award in 1990, for Best Acoustic Jazz Band in the N.W.) Alexander was also a...

Aaron Flores (guitar, electric)

Aarón Flores nació en la Ciudad de México. Comenzó sus estudios de guitarra en el Ciclo de Iniciación Musical de la Escuela Nacional de Música, con el maestro Alejandro Salcedo, en donde continuó estudiando el Ciclo Propedeutico,...

Achim Gaetjen/Les Rabiates (sax, alto)

city-trash-jazz rock'n'roll & polka-beat Les Rabiates ist die neue Band des Saxofonisten und Komponisten Achim Gätjen. Aktuell ist ein gemeinsames Projekt mit dem deutsch-polnischen Dichter und Romanautor Artur Becker. Nach ersten...

Achiri Karl Haas (percussion)

Achiri Karl Haas is a percussionist, ethnomusicologist, and teacher splitting his time between Boston, MA and his adopted home of Burlington, VT. His music is a continuous search for truth, peace, and communion, and each performance the...

Acker Bros (guitar)

The Acker Bros are Boston based composers, musicians and producers with a knack for creating largely overlooked jazz based music designed to lull the listener into a state of confused euphoria. They have a large, loyal and extremely good...

Acuri (bass, electric)

Created around 2003 in Rio de Janeiro, Acuri came to life with the intent to produce instrumental music that was essentially brazilian, but filtered by a creative vision free of stylistic frontiers, capable of compassing in a single...

Adam Coopersmith (drums)

I play the drums. I make up songs. I mess around on piano. I dabble on guitar, bass, trumpet, harmonica, recorder. I fiddle around with electronic synthesizers and digital music, reason, beats and loops. I sing to myself. I freaking LOVE...

Adrian West (violin)

The Adrian West Trio delivers a full, diverse sound that spans acoustic rock, classical, Celtic, Cajun, West African and jazz styles. Combining vocal harmonies, electric violin, guitar, bass, drums and live “looping”, the Trio keeps...

Adriano Clemente (harp)

Adriano Clemente is a musician and a songwriter. He plays various instruments such as harp, guitar and piano. He was mainly self-taught, but received some training in Indian Classical Music (sarod, vocals in dhrupad and khyal), Jazz piano,...

Agus Hardiman (piano)

Jazz lover from Indonesia & soon to be jazz musician :)

Ahmed Baghdadi (bass)

Aqua blue

Akeem Wilson (percussion)

I first discovered jazz while incarcerated in Cook County Jail in 1982. During my time there, I learned the intricate rhythms of Brazil, Africa and Pango Pango. After my release I hung out in Bronzeville listening to Bop and Big Band...

Al Di Meola (guitar)

Al Di Meola holds the most prestigious guitar awards (of any guitarist in the world) from the highest rated guitar poll in the world, Guitar Player Magazine. He has been known throughout the world for the past two and a half decades as one...

Al Kooper (composer/conductor)

Al Kooper has been quite the Renaissance Man of Rock. Somehow, in a career that spans 50 years, he has managed to turn up at key points in the last five decades. In 1958, Koop began his professional career as guitarist in The Royal Teens...

Alain Mion (piano)

Pianist, composer & singer. “...A fresh sound mixing churchy style and impressionist inspiration...". Performing with his combo and with “The Alain Mion Trio" including Patrik Boman (bass) and Michael Kersting (drums). Alain is...

Alan Broadbent (piano)

Alan Broadbent was born in Auckland, New Zealand and in 1966, at the age of 19, received a Downbeat Magazine scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston. In 1969 he was asked to join Woody Herman's band as his pianist and...

Alan Jones (guitar, slide)

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Albey Balgochian (bass)

Relentlessly pursuing his love for his instrument, NYC bassist Albey Balgochian captures the pure essence of soul in his playing. Synchronistically introspective and extrospective, he explores self-expression, uncovering sounds of profound...

Alejandro Aviles (sax, alto)

Working on it

Aleksandar Jovanovic (keyboard)

Piano and keyboard player,composer,arranger.Founder and member of WOODCOCK GROUP.Playing in group,trio,solo piano.

Alex Domschot (guitar)

Guitarist Alex Domschot’s sound, style, use of space, range of colors, technique, and overall craft has garnered praise from critics - and drawn comparisons with the likes of John Scofield, Allan Holdsworth and Bill Frisell. This...

Alex Kontorovich (sax, alto)

Twenty six year-old clarinetist and saxophonist Alex Kontorovich was born in Russia and currently resides in New York City. He has worked alongside musicians such as Frank London, Brad Shepik, Steven Bernstein, Mike Sarin, Theodore Bikel,...

Alexandra Samsonova (piano)

Alexandra Samsonova, began her musical training at the age of six. Starting with classical she was accepted at the age of sixteen at the renowned Gnesinyh Russian Academy of Music. Wishing to develop growing interest in jazz, she was later...

Alexandra Sherling (vocalist)

Alexandra Sherling. Talent, Charm & Jazz! Alexandra (Shura) Sherling was born to be famous. Her talented parents, Olesya Sherling (mother, vocalist, composer, jazz musician & improviser) and Yuri Sherling (father, Honored Worker of Art of...

Allen Toussaint (piano)

Allen Toussaint (born January 14, 1938) is an American musician, songwriter and record producer and one of the most influential figures in New Orleans R&B. Many of Toussaint's songs have become familiar through their numerous cover...

Aman Mahajan (piano)

Aman Mahajan is a pianist presently based in Bangalore, India. Graduating from the Berklee College of Music, Boston, in 2007, where he studied music synthesis, Aman is widely influenced by jazz, blues, Western and Indian classical music,...

Amede Ardoin (accordion)

In the early 1930s, Creole accordionist Amede Ardoin made some of the first and most important recordings by a French-speaking musician from South Louisiana. In an era of strict segregation, many of these selections found him accompanied...

Amir Perelman (guitar)

Amir Perelman (42) has been playing string instruments since he was 15. He grew up in Israel and partly in the U.S. and lived for ten years in the Netherlands and France where, as an active musician, he performed at various jazz clubs and...

Amir Perelman & the New Song of Jerusalem Ensemble (guitar)

Amir Perelman was born in Israel in 1967 and as a young child immigrated to the United States with his family. Some years later he returned to Israel and at the age of 15 began playing the guitar. In short time his talent and virtuosity...

Amit Shamir (drums)

Born and raised in nyc.

Amos Hoffman (guitar, 8-string)

Tel Aviv based guitarist and oudist Amos Hoffman started playing guitar at the age of 6, and oud a few years later. He studied guitar privately, and attended the prestigious Rubin Academy of Music in Jerusalem. His search for new musical...

Amro el bahrawi (piano)

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Anaela (vocalist)

January 2004, the jazz internet project: “Anaela & Misha Bossa Nova Lightly" - our little support for the popularization of the bossa nova music, international friendship and the preservation of the rainforest can be found here....

Anat Fort (piano)

With Bill Evans, Keith Jarrett, Paul Bley, Elvis Costello, John Coltrane and Egberto Gismonti among her many formative influences, Anat Fort’s music can also subtly hint at her geographical origins. Born near Tel Aviv, she studied...

Andre Fernandes (guitar)

Andr Fernandes was born in Lisbon in 1976. He finished his studies at the HotClub of Portugal Jazz School where he nowadays teaches Guitar, Analysis, and Ensemble. Also teaches at the Madeira Conservatory. In 1996 was awarded a...

Andrea Keller (piano)

Andrea Keller Pianist & composer Since the release of her first album in 2000, pianist and composer Andrea Keller has established herself as an important contributor to Australian jazz and contemporary music. Described as having “one of...

Andrea Pagani (piano)

Andrea Pagani - Pianist, keyboard player, composer, arranger. Andrea Pagani was born in Rome on october 2, 1970. He begins to show keen interest in the keyboard at the age of fifteen and approaches music as autodidact. At the age of...

Andreas Kapsalis & Goran Ivanovic Guitar Duo (guitar, acoustic)

The Andreas Kapsalis & Goran Ivanovic Guitar Duo represent the perfect alliance of ten-fingered guitar virtuosity, outstanding melodic themes, and dynamic rhythmic variations. Kapsalis' Spanish-inflected playing complements their...

Andreas Stensland Løwe (piano)

Born and raised on Hedrum Prestegard, Norway, a farm wedged halfway between Larvik and Sandefjord. Master degree in Improvisation and Composition from The University in Agder, Norway. A pianist first and foremost, but contributes with...

Andreas Ulvo (piano)

Andreas Ulvo (b.1983) from Eidskog in Hedmark, has despite his young age already remarked himself on the Norwegian and European jazz scene. His main projects is his own solo project and Eple Trio. Together with the two other members of...

Andreas Willers (guitar)

Andreas Willers has gained a reputation as an exceptional guitar player with an incredibly rich stylistic background reaching from blues and jazz to improvised and New Music. The impressive technical and tonal options at his disposal are...

Andrei Covaciu-Pogorilowski (author)

André Pogoriloffsky is the pen name used by Andrei Covaciu- Pogorilowski for his book “The music of the Temporalists". He was born in Bucharest, Romania, in February 1968. Starting with 1982, he studied music independently, helped by...

Andrew Bemkey (piano)

Andrew Bemkey (piano, bass clarinet)is a musician who honors the tradition, knows and loves the music of the masters, and doesn't sound like anyone ever heard before. Andrew was born in 1974 in Libertyville, a little town outside of...

Andrew Gilpin (piano)

Andrew Gilpin, who rebelled against formal music lessons at the tender age of seven, is a completely self-taught pianist and composer. Although this meant he never had much homework, Andrew always kept the pedal to the metal and never...

Andrew Lamb (sax, tenor)

ANDREW LAMB (saxophones, flutes) was born in Clinton, North Carolina and grew up in Chicago and in South Jamaica, Queens. Having studied with AACM charter member Kalaparush Maurice McIntyre, Mr. Lamb came into New York’s...

Andrew Ryan (guitar)

Five notes into “I'd Follow You," the opening song on Andrew Ryan’s sophomore Divulge Records release Waiting for Paris--EP, Andrew’s voice melts into his soulful, beautiful guitar playing and his lyrics are just as heartfelt and...

Andy Ballantyne (sax, tenor)

A native of Toronto, Canada, Andy Ballantyne began learning music in the Toronto public school system, studying clarinet and saxophone. He soon developed an interest in jazz and studied privately with Woody Herman alumnus Steve Lederer....
 

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