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Vibraphonist Warren Wolf's "Wolfgang" Is Hot *and* the Critics Agree! (+ Tour Dates)


Rising Star WARREN WOLF Showcases the Beauty

of the Vibes Through Classical and Blues Influences on

New Mack Avenue Records Release, Wolfgang

Wolfgang Receives Critical Acclaim:

New York Times Playlist, USA Today Playlist,

DownBeat Editor's Pick, Examiner Review, among others




Throughout its history, jazz has been revitalized with a continual evolution of style, fresh transformations in expression, bold leaps into the free improvisational sphere of the unknown, and most importantly, the arrival of young artists who, while steeped in the past, have an eye to the future of the idiom. Jazz aficionados welcome the dawning of the next generations of talented musicians who boldly stride into progressive territory. Among the most important young jazz stars in that vein is vibraphonist Warren Wolf who delivers his remarkable sophomore album, Wolfgang, on Mack Avenue Records.

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Available Now! NEA Jazz Master Bobby Hutcherson Returns with "Somewhere in the Night" on Kind of Blue Records


First Release in Three Years Continues Vibraphonist's

Partnership With Organist Joey DeFrancesco

Streaming Tracks From Somewhere In The Night

New York City is the jazz capital of the world and Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola in Jazz at Lincoln Center is one of the music's greatest venues. On October 10, 2009, over the course of two sold-out sets, legendary vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson recorded what would become Somewhere In The Night. The album, which is being released on Kind of Blue Records on October 16, also features the Joey DeFrancesco Trio -- guitarist Peter Bernstein and drummer Byron Landham as well as its organist namesake.

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NEA Jazz Master Gerald Wilson's Latest Release "Legacy" on Mack Avenue Records

Three generations of Wilson men - (l-r) Eric Otis, Anthony Wilson, Gerald WilsonGerald Wilson has probably seen, heard and done it all many times over.  He began his long and fruitful career back in 1938 as a trumpeter and arranger for the Jimmie Lunceford orchestra. Amazingly, he also played and arranged music for a "who's who" of the big band era: Benny Carter, Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Dizzy Gillespie. 

Over a career that spans 70+ years,  he has lead his own bands and continues to be a prolific composer, arranger and educator.

On 21 June 2011, Mr. Wilson released his fifth album on Mack Avenue Records entitled Legacy.

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