Mary-Sue Tobin and Rebekah Tribe with David Watson

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Mary-Sue Tobin & Rebekah Tribe with David Watson at the Vie de Boheme RPC “Exceptional handcrafted Jazz Saxophone Mouthpieces from master mouthpiece maker Ron Coelho” www.saxmpc.com 360-887-3807 Audix Mics David Singing Scat on Audix “I have gotten some of the best sound from Audix mics, introduced to me by my best friend, bassist and engineeer […]

Mark Vehrencamp

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A renowned tuba player in the Portland area, Mark has been the featured guest bassist with most jazz groups and was a member of the Stumptown Jazz Band, One of Mark’s latest ventures is teaming up with legendary pianist Dick Hyman performing Jelly Roll Morton’s music. In addition to trad music, Mark’s musicial training includes […]

Alyssa Schwary

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Alyssa Schwary, singer/song writer and bandleader from the Pacific Northwest, recorded her first CD “Another Chance” was released in 1993 with Seattle musicians, John Bishop, Mark Seales and Doug Miller. “Another Chance” was voted one of the 10 best CD’s in the 1994 Seattle’s Earshot Jazz Magazine. KPLU and PBS DJ, Jim Wilke, featured Alyssa’s […]

Ed Pierce

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Ed Pierce grew up in Eureka, California, and started playing percussion at the age of eleven. In high school and college he played drums in a variety of jazz and rock groups, as well as playing steel drums in the Humboldt State University Calypso Band. After graduating from college in 1996, he moved to the […]

Pete Petersen

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Pete Petersen first became hooked on Jazz & Blues music as a teenager in Boise, Idaho, where he heard pianist Gene Harris playing in a local club. Pete was much too young to get into the club, so he would sit in the restaurant section and listen from behind the partition. A few years later […]

Paul Mazzio

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Portland native Paul Mazzio has been a top call trumpet player in the area for nearly 25 years. His early training included performing with the renowned North Texas St 1:00 lab band, and international touring and recording with the Woody Herman Orchestra. Recording credits include work with such artists as Gino Vannelli, Tom Grant, Chuck […]

David Kim

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David Kim was born and raised in Portland, Oregon and began his musical studies at age 10. As the first place winner of the Oregon Symphony’s Corbett Competition, he was featured as a soloist with the Oregon Symphony performing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1. David discovered jazz while attending the renowned Interlochen Arts Academy in […]

Stan Bock

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Born into a musical family, Stan began his professional musical career at the age of 15, playing “tailgate” trombone in his father’s Dixieland band. In college he studied music at Fort Hays State (Kansas), receiving his B.M.E., and then his M.M.in solo performance from the University of Northern Iowa. Stan then entered the U.S. Air […]

Ed Bennett

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Ed Bennett has long been considered one of the West Coast’s premiere string bass players. Currently living in Portland, Oregon since 1990, Ed’s work has taken him virtually everywhere in the world. He has worked with, toured internationally, or recorded with many legendary jazz figures, including: Dizzy Gillespie, Curtis Fuller, Terell Stafford, Claudio Roditi, Jeremy […]

Lee Wuthenow

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Lee Wuthenow, is without a doubt the leading tenor saxophone player in the metropolitan Portland area, which actually reaches into Southern Washington south and as far as Eugene Oregon. Born in Seattle Washington in 1946, Lee says, “There was always music in our home. I grew up in both Jazz and Classical music. Lee’s mother […]