AFRO-AMERICAN MUSIC INSTITUTE CELEBRATES 36 YEARS
Pain Relief Beyond Belief
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As a drummer, there is nothing better than creating rhythmic patterns that present a foundation for the
other musicians to groove to. The use of dynamics
is important in letting them shine. There's a time for
a little 'piano' and a time for 'forte.' A good drummer must know the difference between the two and
when to apply each.
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"SoulTracks" A world wide online music news publication, did it's review on "Stowaway"(on the mothership) by Mr.Howard Dukes,and Mr.Chris Rizik, Publisher.
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"SoulTracks" A world wide online music news publication,
did it's review on "Stowaway"(on the Mothership) by Mr.
Howard Dukes, and Mr. Chris Rizik, Publisher.
Comments are welcome.
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I don't normally post my thoughts on this site when I am peeved , but I have to clear these thoughts. I played a gig this weekend with three of Pittsburgh"s best musicians: Mark Lucas, Brian Sanders, and Kevin Howard. These three guys as well as myself played with Ronnie Laws at the August Wilson Center a few months back. The guys and I discussed back on the Ronnie gig about how The "audiences" and promoters here in Pgh don't really appreciate the talent that lives here and this weekend was…Continue
Added by The Brian Edwards Excursion on August 8, 2011 at 9:45pm — No Comments
HI Pgh- I hope you'll join us- August 16th
I'm singing on my birthday!
at The Underground- NYC-
955 West End Ave/sw corner 107th
Live Jazz, Great food, drinks
Would love to see my Pgh friends- please join us for a jazz celebration!
with Mark Berman-piano, Sean Smith-bass, drums-tba +surprise guests
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Now available at www.RandomActRecords.com ----- "People Music" an amalgam of Jazz, Rock, Funk and Soul, featuring master guitarist Randy Johnston, Hammond organist Pat Bianchi and drummer Carmen Intorre, Jr.
Great, memorable originals by Randy, plus covers of tunes by Chick Corea, Mose Allison and Eddie Harris. Randy makes his vocal debut on 2 tunes!
Thanks for supporting JAZZ!!!
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