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Nathan Holaway Nathan Holaway

I am a 33-year-old jazz musician, who enjoys composing music of any and all kinds...but most particularly jazz music. It really is my life source. I love to play jazz whenever I get the chance, and everything that surrounds it.

I have a B.A in Music from the University of Alabama and an M.M. in Jazz Arranging from the University of Alabama.

I currently have over 200 original compositions to my pen.

I have been a Jazz DJ with a specialty jazz show that lasted for 8 months.

I am a columnist for: ALL ABOUT JAZZ (Building a Jazz Library) (http://www.allaboutjazz.com)

JAZZ REVIEW (CD Reviews and Jazz Quiz Editor) (http://www.jazzreview.com)

THE CITY MAGAZINE OF TUSCALOOSA

THE PLANET WEEKLY

I am also the originator / director / conductor / transcriber / arranger / public relations / webmaster / performer for the two “ZORNOGRAPHY: The Music of John Zorn” projects that were held in Tuscaloosa in November of 2003 and 2004. (http://www.zornography.freehomepage.com)

*I am still grateful to the MANY outstanding musicians who worked on those projects with me*

My current projects include: a classic jazz fusion quartet named ELECTRIC MAYHEM a traditional jazz quartet led by drummer TOM RISHER a traditional jazz quartet specifically for restaurants called the NEW AMBIENCE JAZZ QUARTET the delectable, savory sounds of GNAWED-OFF SHOTGUN, and I am also part of the NATHAN HOLAWAY TRIO which performs at many restaurants and features enjoyable standards along with many original compositions of my own.

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