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Musicians in town
19 April 2013

Eric Harland


In Down Beat's 65th Annual Readers Poll, Harland was included on the short list of world's most recognized drummers along with Elvin Jones and Roy Haynes.

18 April 2013

Bill Cobham


Allmusic's reviewer claims Cobham is "generally acclaimed as fusion's greatest drummer with an influential style that combines explosive power and exacting precision
31 January 2013

Curtis Fuller


Curtis Fuller is known as a member of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers and contributor to many classic jazz recordings.

24 January 2013

Tito Puente Jr


The comparison is inevitable. How could it be otherwise? Tito Puente Jr. carries his father with him - imprinted on his physical being and locked in his soul. It's in his looks, his joy, his music. No doubt, every time Tito Jr. walks on stage - he walks in his father's footsteps.

24 January 2013

Manu Katche


Manu Katché is often called a forgotten drumming hero. He has not appeared many times on the cover of magazines like Modern Drummer and not even in brochures of the companies he endorses. In spite of that, Manu is very popular amongst a wide range of American, European and African artists who recognize his main talent: blending a worldwide variety of musical styles into the regular drumset with great musicality, style and passion.

23 January 2013

Michel Legrand


“Ever since I was a boy, my ambition has been to live completely surrounded by music. My dream is not to miss out anything. That’s why I’ve never settled on one musical discipline. I love playing, conducting, singing and writing, and in all styles. So I turn my hand to everything — not just a bit of everything. Quite the opposite. I do all these activities at once, seriously, sincerely and with deep commitment.” Michel Legrand

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