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Toronto based flautist Jef Kearns started his solo career with the album On the Level (2009), followed by Soulfisticated (2013) and this year The Flute.

 
 
 

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Take a journey, a trip through time, to the Old West. And inject a bit of jazz fusion. You might come up with something like Arthur Vint & His Associates’ Through the Badlands (Vintage Modern Music, 2016). 

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Composer and multi-instrumentalist Konstantin Klashtorni is the most productive musician of the smooth jazz genre. Beside his solo albums and the serials Kool&Klean, Love Suggestions, Smooth Jazz and eJazz Artistry he has also released the Chillaxing Jazz KolleKtion Groove Jazz N Chill.

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There is no chance to see Konstantin Klashtorni performing live. He answers: “As to playing live, I'm not the one for that. Did it a lot in past, don't like it, not my thing. Don't get me wrong I LOVE playing music, but everything around it - flights, hotels, sound checks, rehearsals etc. Too much time spend on those secondary things (just to play one hour show).″


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George Anderson’s bass has underpinned the sound of the hugely successful British jazz-funk outfit Shakatak since 1981. His very satisfying solo albums “Positivity” (2009) and “Expressions” (2012) have secured his reputation as a solo artist – and an invitation to fulfil a dream of playing in front of South African fans in December 2014. 

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As a long-time Jazz fan it is always great to realize that there is a new young and fresh generation of musicians, who dedicate their great talent to that musical genre.

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