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Maxjazz recording artist Dena DeRose is pleased to announce that she will make a return to New York City with a string of shows celebrating the release of her new CD, "Live at Jazz Standard, Volume One."
Derose, on piano and vocals, will appear with a trio lineup featuring drummer Matt Wilson and bassist Martin Wind, performing four shows at the Kitano Hotel on February 8 and 9, marking her first NYC appearance since 2006 after touring extensively throughout Europe and Japan. "Live at
New York City-The Chris Bergson Band announces the release of their second CD Fall Changes [2 Shirts Records], with a street date set for October 1, 2007.
Recorded at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, NY and produced by guitarist/singer/songwriter Chris Bergson and award winning Blues journalist Dave Rubin (Johnny Winter, Cornell Dupree), Fall Changes showcases the band’s personal blend of contemporary Americana, highlighting Ber
Trombonist-composer-arranger Deborah Weisz announces the release of her new CD TRIO, with a street date set for June 12, 2007.
The project, featuring Weisz on trombone, Sheryl Bailey on guitar and Nicki Parrott on bass, is a lively mix of original compositions, and classics by Monk and Dameron. Weisz notes that much of the music is from her "Garage" years-named for the Greenwich Village club of the same name-where the trio often performed, while the remainder of the cuts were wr