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TONY MARINO Welcomes ‘Family and Friends’

Tony Marino is considered by many to be one of the finest Latin Jazz keyboardists working today. He has been recording and releasing his original Latin Jazz compositions since 1997 and has cultivated a worldwide fan base that can’t get enough of his writing and playing. Marino’s latest effort, Family and Friends, is an energetic
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Giliard Lopes Shows Us The ‘Caminhos’

Brazilian born Giliard Lopes brings a uniquely European jazz sensibility to his new release Caminhos, a Portuguese word translated into English as “Paths”. It’s another product of the top flight musical education Lopes received studying double bass at London’s Guildhall School of Music and Drama and composition at Berlin’s Jazz Institute, but also a natural outgrowth
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Linda Marie Fischer Debuts Album, “Arc of Love”

Love is an interesting thing. In a sense, love can be likened to alcohol on a wound—it can sting painfully but is ultimately healing. Leo Buscaglia, who I am currently reading, wrote a series of lectures on it. I, as a graduate student/nerd, wrote a research paper about it. Whether they realize it or not,
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