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Steve Langone Steve Langone

Private Study--------------------------------- Steve Turner, Alan Dawson

College--------------------------------------- B.A. Berklee class of '93

Recorded with---------------- Enclave (Zoho), Jinga Trio, Jinga Quintet (Fresh Sounds) Daniel Ian Smith (Big and Phat) Kevin Harris(CD Freedom) Rich Greenblatt, Nando Michelin (Double-time records), Claudio Ragazzi Group and “Next Stop Wonderland”(Verve), Mili BermejoSextet (Pentagrama), Steve Langone “Finders Keepers” (Whaling City Sounds), Steve Langone Group (Self) Gilson Schachnik “Lampiao” (Candid)

Countries Toured-------------------- Albania, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Italy, Mexico, Venezeula, Switzerland, US / Pureto Rico

Gear

Bosphorus cymbals, Vic Firth Sticks


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Albums

Album Corners of the Sky

Corners of the Sky

Riverview Productions
2019

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Album Steve Langone Group by Steve Langone

Steve Langone Group

Self Produced
2009

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Album Finders Keepers by Steve Langone

Finders Keepers

Whaling City Sound
2002

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Arapaho Ghost Dance

Arapaho Ghost Dance

Steve Langone
Corners of the Sky

Blackfoot Blueprint, Greg Snedeker

Blackfoot Blueprint, Greg Snedeker

Steve Langone
Corners of the Sky

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