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The Transcendent Aesthetics of the Block Chord Language

This article originally appeared in the September 2011 edition of Downbeat Magazine. It was my first time to be published as a writer, and I’m happy to share it with you today.  Before I was a Jazz musician I was … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Erroll Garner! Hear never released songs….

I have written MANY times about Erroll Garner in the past few months. First we talked about his Music on MusicMonday  and then we talked a little more about his music and the wonderful book written by my friend Jim Doran … Continue reading

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The Most Happy Piano / Erroll Garner, revisited

A few days after I posted my Music Monday about Erroll Garner I was playing my regular gig at Novita in Metuchen NJ when a gentleman came in and sat at the table right in front of the piano. I love … Continue reading

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Music Monday: Erroll Garner!

Now that I’m home from touring, I thought I would take the opportunity to share some of the things that inspire me and have influenced me over the years. I’ll discuss books, people, places, and of course MUSIC. Since today … Continue reading

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