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The Fringe – 18th July 2016

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Explore the creative edges of contemporary Jazz, with Michael Ambrosino on The Fringe. It’s a two-hour journey that showcases musicians from around the globe who are redefining this unique American art form. Indulge your ears with music that's creative, fun, hip, curious, & thoughtful, but still familiar to anyone who listens to, & appreciates contemporary Jazz. The Fringe is not just about “world Jazz.” It’s about how Jazz has changed the musical world.

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Stereo, not stereotypical®


The Fringe
18th July 2016

Artist - Track - Album - Year

Rich Brown    The Etymology of Ouch    Abeng    2015
Bill O'Connell    Optimism    Imagine    2014
Christian Winther    Blues Life    Refuge In Sound    2016
Ben Wolfe    Who's Lily?    From Here I See    2013
Billy Cobham    Over (feat. Frank Gambale)    Drum 'n' Voice, Vol. 4    2016
Ricky Rodriguez    The Last Chance    Looking Beyond    2016
Anton Schwartz    Cumulonimbus    Flash Mob    2014
Ben Wendel    Doubt    What We Bring    2016
John Beasley    'Round Midnight    Presents MONK'estra, Vol. 1    2016
Florian Hoefner    In Circles    Luminsoity    2015
Eric Vloeimans    Slow Motion    Oliver's Cinema    2013
John Beasley    Oska T    Presents MONK'estra, Vol. 1    2016
Bill Frisell    Tales from the Far Side    When You Wish Upon a Star    2016
Bebel Gilberto    Nada Não    Tudo    2014
Restroy    Autumn Must Be Money    Saturn Return    2016
Billy Harper    The Seventh Day    If Our Hearts Could Only See    1998
Elio Villafranca    El Hombre    Incantation/Encantaciones    2008
Antonio Sanchez    Greedy Silence    Migration    2007
Joonsam    Whirlwind    A Door    2016

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