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Meet Guitar Picker K J Denhert
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Meet Guitar Picker K J Denhert

Meet KJ Denhert Musical Wonder from New York , NY Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got started in music. I picked up a guitar at age 10 and wrote a tune. There were only four strings left on the guitar- I tuned them so they sounded […]

Meet JaStar ~ Jae is for Jazz
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Meet JaStar ~ Jae is for Jazz

Meet Jae Duncan Talented Woman in Jazz from Atlanta, GA Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got started in music. I’ve been singing all my life; at home, in church and school choirs. I have limited formal training, but can feel a song and make it […]

Healing Through Sound Music
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Healing Through Sound Music

MEET Mzuri Moyo Healing Through Sound Music Inc. Tell us a little bit about yourself. I grew up in Patterson, New Jersey singing in the Sold Rock Baptist. When did you first know you wanted to be a Jazz singer/mucisian? I wanted to be a singer since I can remember. […]

Meet the Woman in Jazz Steelpan Artist
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Meet the Woman in Jazz Steelpan Artist

MEET Bickley Rivera, Steelpan Recording Artist & Musician Tell us a little bit about yourself. When did you first know you wanted to be a Jazz singer/musician? In 2005, I thought it would be innovative to play steelpan in smooth jazz music. It is mostly heard in island music in its traditional percussive manner. […]

Meet the Lady of Harp
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Meet the Lady of Harp

Crystal Sawyer, Freelance Harpist “Lady of Harp” in South Florida Tell us a little bit about yourself. I was born and raised in Miami, FL. I freelance throughout the South Florida area as well as internationally for various events from weddings to the most creative of parties. I recently began […]

Meet KimJ Multi-Talented Composer Musician & More
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Meet KimJ Multi-Talented Composer Musician & More

My name is Kimj. I am a mutli-instrumentalist. The name of my company is IANPB Productions. I live in Ft.Lauderdale. My uncle David introduced me to John Coltrane’s “My Favorite Things” and I was hooked. I was nine years old and fortunately for me there was a 1929 silvertone alto […]

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