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BIG BIG TRAIN / NICK D’VIRGILIO Web-Exclusive Interview

BIG BIG TRAIN / NICK D’VIRGILIO Web-Exclusive Interview
VIDEO FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Band:  BIG BIG TRAIN Musician:  NICK D’VIRGILIO Song:  “Kingmaker” Songwriter:  Greg Spawton Recorded at Kings Place, London on Saturday, August 15, 2015 Directed and edited by Peter Callow Progressive Rock Band With Sweetwater Roots Continues To Make Huge Strides Across The Globe BIG BIG TRAIN / NICK D’VIRGILIO Web-Exclusive Interview with M Music & Musicians magazine publisher, Merlin... 

TRACK FEATURE EXCLUSIVE MICHAEL WOLFF

TRACK FEATURE EXCLUSIVE MICHAEL WOLFF
TRACK FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Musician: MICHAEL WOLFF Track: “Madimba/St. Thomas” Writers: Michael Wolff / Sonny Rollins Jazz Pianist Michael Wolff Releases First-Ever Solo Piano Album Zenith Today. Michael Wolff was propelled into popularity with the masses when he became the musical director for The Arsenio Hall Show. He was also a part of one of political history’s biggest moments when candidate Bill Clinton, the day after... 

THE FRINGE / NICK D’VIRGILIO – VIDEO FEATURE

THE FRINGE / NICK D’VIRGILIO – VIDEO FEATURE
VIDEO FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Band: THE FRINGE Musician: NICK D’VIRGILIO Song: “A Second or Two” Songwriters: Jonas Reingold, Randy McStine, Nick D’Virgilio Video by: Nigel Dick The Fringe is a power prog rock trio, a supergroup if you will, consisting of prog veterans Nick D’Virgilio (Spock’s Beard, Big Big Train) on drums, Jonas Reingold (Karmakanic, The Flower Kings) on bass, and Randy McStine (Lo-Fi Resistance) on... 

MILES DAVIS QUINTET

MILES DAVIS QUINTET
MILES DAVIS QUINTET Live in Europe 1969: The Bootleg Series Vol. 2  [Columbia/Legacy] What a difference a couple of years makes.  The Miles Davis Quintet documented on the first volume of this series—recorded in 1967 in various European locales—was, by many accounts, the quintessential Miles Davis outfit, as well as one of the most incendiary and innovative jazz ensembles ever. With Wayne Shorter on saxophone, Herbie Hancock on keyboards, Ron... 

SPECTRUM ROAD

SPECTRUM ROAD
SPECTRUM ROAD Jack Bruce and friends pay tribute to one of fusion’s founding fathers    The word “supergroup” gets tossed around a lot, but Spectrum Road makes an impressive case for itself. Each member of the quartet comes with a wildly impressive résumé. Guitarist Vernon Reid is the prime mover behind Living Colour, the juggernaut that helped define rock-funk in the ’80s. Keyboardist John Medeski, one-third of Medeski Martin &... 
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