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2azz1 Durst

Today, 2AZZ1 is one of the most popular Adult Contemporary/ Smooth Jazz Bands on the Southern California club & Festival scene. The mixture of their original music and the 2AZZ1 arrangements of popular music keeps their audiences listening and dancing. It is their original material, however, which seems to be drawing the greatest responses. Their 2001 release, “REaDy”, contains ten original songs that run from groove ballads to classic jazz fusion with a new urban/world flare. Their current release, “Driven” is jam packed with great hit songs that are currently receiving air play on radio stations around the world. Mary handles the song writing, arranging, and lead vocals & keyboards for the group with grace and style. In addition to his role as leader & producer, it is Craig's soulful sounds on the saxophones which exhibits his musical mastery. His powerful, warm and magnetic personality draws every audience near to watch & listen.

The two work together as one to define their original sound. They live a daily life of health & fitness which gives them the endurance to love their audience 100%. The music of 2AZZ1 is sure to give sophisticated music lovers what they crave well into the 21st century!


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Album Driven by 2azz1 Durst

Driven

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2006

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