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Kayla Taylor JAZZ

We'll bring the charm, elegance and fun to your next event, party or gathering by performing jazz, standards & blues from the 30s, 40s & 50s. We're entertainers, musicians & all around great cats that love creating a great vibe for you & your guests! Randy Hunter, the host of Jazzbeat, plays on Kayla's newest CD, "The Big Show."

Pamela Rose - Wild Women of Song

Pamela Rose explores the Work of Women Songwriters "Wild Women of Song: Great Gal Composers of the Jazz Era".

Alex Hutchinson- Jazz Legend Enterprises

Alex Hutchinson's career has spanned nearly fifty years of Australian Jazz. For over thirty of these years, Alex who plays clarinet & saxaphone, has been regarded as one of Australia's premier professional musicians.

Etowah Jazz Society

The Etowah Jazz Society was formed in April of 2002 as a not-for-profit organization by a group of dedicated area musicians who love to perform a wide variety of music, ranging from Big Band-era classics to Jazz Standards to Broadway to Pop hits.

The Golden Gate Rhythm Machine

The Golden Gate Rhythm Machine (GGRM) plays trad jazz & popular music of the teens, 20s and 30s in a listenable & danceable style performed by professional musicians with more than 40 years experience each. We're ready to play your festival, party, wedding or any of your special events. This band swings & has an original style that combines well-known trad. favorites along with great material that you don't always get to hear.

Cathy Segal-Garcia

Cathy Segal-Garcia has 6 CDs to date, with her 7th in production. Her collaborating musicians include: Peter Erskine, Marc Johnson, Phil Strange, Joe Dirio, Ross Tompkins, Karen Hammack, Kendall Kaye, Tom Brechtlein, Russell Ferrante, Wayne Johnson, John Heard, Clay Jenkins, etc. Ranging in jazz styles...classic, modern, alternative, and her 7th will be straight ahead.

The Andreas Baer Trio Plus One

Andreas Baer always reaches his musical highs when intonating the songs and standards of the pioneers of Jazz. He specializes in blues, boogie and swing.

Kayle Brecher

Jazz singer, composer, lyricist and arranger, Penchant Four Music and Records. "...she sees her vocals in a complete context - sees them better than almost all vocalists, past and present."

Harvey Pekar, freelance writer & contributor to JazzTimes, Jazziz & Downbeat magazines

Lenore Raphael Jazz Piano

Jazz writer John Gilbert has called Lenore "Simply one of the best pianists in our art form...she always swings." Critics have used words like "swinging", "emotional" and "artistically subtle" when describing Lenore's playing. Check out her new CD, "Class Act."

Celebrating the Art of Improvisational Music

Charles Lester Music is an independent recording label dedicated to the documentation and dissemination of music composed entirely "in the moment."

Music Submit

A website & press release submission service for the musician.

The Bebop Shop

An online record shop for bebop, hardbop & classic modern jazz.

Fascinatin' Rhythm

Available for weddings, anniversaries, corporate events, entertaining clients, private parties, festivals, concerts. This site includes biographies for Adelaide Ruble & Rick Eldridge and information about their CDs.


An independent record label specializing in all styles of improvised music. Jazzheads prides itself in releasing CDs that take great care in the recording process in order to achieve a high level of musical integrity along with great sounding recordings. Artists include: Bobby Sanabria, Mark Weinstein, Randy Klein, Chris Washburne and the SYOTOS Band,Dave Frank, Hip Hop Hoodios and more.

Royal City Saxophone Quartet

The Royal City Saxophone Quartet (RCSQ) was formed in 1991 in Guelph, Ontario. Since then, the group has carved its own niche in the genre of Ragtime. Their recordings "Ragtime for Rent" & "Ticklin' Time" have enjoyed worldwide appeal & have been featured on CBC Radio, on commercial classical stations, & on National Public Radio in the USA.



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