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Brent Carter Videos – So Smooth and What Is Hip

So Smooth – by Brent Carter Johnny Gragg recently released a couple of videos that I played a role in creating. For this first video, So Smooth, not only did I play the trumpet, but I wrote the horn parts. … Continue reading

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Busy but Successful Week Last Week

Hello everyone, I’m just popping in while I sit at a coffee place waiting to meet with some students at HSPVA and decided to spend a little time talking about my week last week. I was very busy but it … Continue reading

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Jazz Forever Launch

Jazz Forever’s First Performance I have mentioned a few times on this blog that I’ve been commissioned to write music for a new band called Jazz Forever. It was the writing work for that band which I was referring to … Continue reading

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Life Builders: Tom Borling

Tom Borling Bebop Band Tom Borling is one of Houston’s top jazz pianists. As a local jazz player, he sort of flies beneath the radar in that you really don’t hear much about him. That makes him one of those … Continue reading

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Life Builders: Ed Lowe

The next person I want to talk about in my Life Builders series is my good friend, Ed Lowe, aka The Lobster. Ed and I first met on a salsa gig with Rolando Llamas, back in the early 90’s. That … Continue reading

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