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Max Ridgway is a 1990 graduate of Berklee College of Music, Summa Cum Laude, and holds a Masters degree in Music Education from Northwestern Oklahoma State University where he currently teaches as an adjunct instructor. The Max Ridgway Trio formed in 1993 with Max Ridgway on guitar, Richard Martin playing bass, Tony Swafford on drums. The trio performed that year at the 1993 Jazz in June festival in Norman, Oklahoma. Since that time they have appeared at a variety of venues in the Oklahoma City and Tulsa area, including the Norman Music Festival, the OKC Festival of the Arts, Live Music on the Canal, the Post Oak Jazz Festival, and the Oklahoma State Fair. The Max Ridgway Trio plays the original jazz compositions of Max Ridgway and has recorded several CDs together, the most recent of which, Deep Memory Scan is available on iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify.


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Album Street of Crocodiles by Max Ridgway

Street of Crocodiles

Self Produced
2020

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Album Exploding Sky featuring G. Calvin Weston by Calvin Weston

Exploding Sky...

Self Produced
2020

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Album Art Sound by Max Ridgway

Art Sound

11th Street Music
2019

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Album Deep Memory Scan by Max Ridgway

Deep Memory Scan

Self Produced
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The Impossible Wheel

The Impossible Wheel

Max Ridgway
Exploding Sky featuring G....

Street of Crocodiles

Street of Crocodiles

Max Ridgway
Street of Crocodiles

Music for Susanne Butcher

Music for Susanne Butcher

Max Ridgway
Art Sound

Deep Memory Scan

Deep Memory Scan

Max Ridgway
Deep Memory Scan

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