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Tony Adamo, a former radio announcer, turned Hollywood agent, turned singer/songwriter was born in San Francisco, California. His family has strong ties to the Bronx and Brooklyn, New York. Adamo's writing career actually started during his tour of duty during the Gulf War. The 15-hour workdays that involved loading missiles and bombs on ships were exhausting but, he found that the exotic scenery enticed him to write. Having been a songwriter for many years, he began creating music about his experiences in the Middle East. Although these songs were never recorded, Adamo found writing set him on his path for what was to come.
Born in Jersey City, NJ, and raised in the small towns of Rowland, Marion, and Laurinburg, NC, Bryant Thompson is a spiritual and versatile producer, songwriter, musician and engineer. Bryant operates in excellence and performs each task from the heart.Bryant studied classical piano at Brevard College and studied recording engineering at the Art Institute of Atlanta. He quickly began carving his niche in Atlanta's independent recording community by becoming an apprentice of Marcus Williams, who is a professional drummer, studio owner and the Editor In Chief of Urban Drummer Magazine.
Founded in 1997 by jazz enthusiast, Morrice Blackwell, jazzreview.com has always been your connection to what's hot in jazz. We are an organization of volunteer jazz writers, editors and photographers from around the globe, sharing our love of jazz with you, the jazz fan.
Born in Jersey City, NJ, and raised in the small towns of Rowland, Marion, and Laurinburg, NC, Bryant Thompson is a spiritual and versatile producer, songwriter, musician and engineer. Bryant operates in excellence and performs each task from the heart.
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Are you a self-proclaimed Jazz Aficionado or just the World's Biggest Jazz Fan and just so happen to be a great writer as well! Well if so, we would love to have you join our staff at jazzreview.com. We never have enough writers or photographers to review all of the material we receive, interview all the great jazz artists of today and tomorrow, or cover all the events taking place all over the world.