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Dori Rubbicco

STAGE DOOR LIVE!

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My Horizon

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Right Here Waiting

STAGE DOOR LIVE! Press release

Publicity: Jazz Journal (UK)Cadence MagazineMidwest Book ReviewTickets To The Moon Recording Process (2010), Tickets To The Moon

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“Dori Rubicco might suggest a cabaret date but this is a solid jazz date to the point that it opens with an instrumental from the quintet [Bill Miele-b, John Harrison III-p, Yoron Israel-drm, Donn Legge-gtr, Bryan Steele-ts/ss, Ian Rubbicco Leggecello]. Following the instrumental are 10 standards plus one original by the singer. Rubbicco does a very nice job on “Imagine” ,“Throw It Away”and “Twisted” in particular. Rubbicco has a strong voice and a healthy touch of Melissa Manchester. I believe this is her first release and please let there be more.”

– Robert D. Rusch, Cadence Magazine October 2018 Issue

Dori Rubbicco Stage Door Live Available on Amazon June 22, 2018 – Pre Order Available Now

https://www.amazon.com/Stage-Door-Live-Dori-Rubbicco/dp/B07D1MQB21

Dori Rubbicco, vocal

John Harrison III, piano

William Miele, bass

Yoron Israel, drums

Donn Legge, guitar

Bryan Steele, tenor & soprano sax

Ian Rubbicco Legge, cello

Executive Producer: Neal Weiss

Producer: Dori Rubbicco

Recording live at the Zeiterion Performing Arts Center, May 18, 2017

Recording Engineer:  John Mailloux, Bongo Beach Productions with Joe Knight, Zeiterion Theatre

Audio mix and mastering:  John Mailloux, Bongo Beach Productions

 

ROMAN SUN 7:42 John Harrison III Publisher: BMI

IMAGINE 6:47 John Lennon Publisher: BMG
TWO KITES 4:46 Antonio Carlos Jobim Publisher: BMI
PRETTY FUNNY 5:09 Benj Pasek & Justin Paul Publisher: ASCAP
NO REGRETS 6:43 Harry Tobias & Roy Ingraham Publisher: ASCAP
WILL YOU STILL LOVE ME TOMORROW 7:09 Carole King & Gerry Goffin Publisher: BMI
THROW IT AWAY 6:49 Abbey Lincoln
TWISTED 8:12 Lambert, Hendricks & Ross Publisher: BMI
Right Here Waiting 3:43 Dori Rubbicco Publisher: BMI
I CAN SEE CLEARLY 5:50 Johnny Nash Publisher: ASCAP
THAT’S ALL 3:31 Alan Brandt & Bob Haymes Publisher: BMI

Jay Rodriguez/WCS

“Your Sound”

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“All of You” from Your Sound Live from Dizzy’s

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Press Release: From Suzi Reynolds, from Whaling City Sound

Publicity:  Digital JournalImprovijazzation NationMidwest Record, Jazz-Quad, New York Times ,Hamptons. to be featured in May’s JAZZIZ Magazine, JazzWeek

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Management: Suzi Reynolds Associates Email: suzi@suzireynolds.com Phone: 201-947-0961

Radio: New World ‘n’ Jazz

19 weeks total
14 weeks on the charts
4 weeks top 20
Peak position #9

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You might hear Jay Rodriguez and wonder, “Is there anything you can’t do?” The fact is, it might be tough to track down something along Jay’s musical continuum that he hasn’t done. A versatile bandleader, with flute, clarinet and saxophone chops, the Colombia-born, New York City-bred musician is profoundly talented and incredibly prolific. Since graduating from the New York School of Performing Arts and attending the New School of Jazz at its inception alongside Larry Goldings, Brad Mehldau and Roy Hargrove. He has had musical adventures in salsa with Celia Cruz, Tito Puente, Ray Barretto, Paquito D’Rivera, pop/hip-hop with Prince, Guru, the Wu-Tang Clan, DJ Premier and Groove Collective, straight-ahead with Doc Cheatham, Mingus Big Band, David Murray, Craig Harris, Jason Miles and Miles Davis. He has played alongside Joe Lovano, Gil Evans, Elvis Costello, Stevie Wonder, Bernie Worrell and Joan Osborne, to name a few. His original work is daring, groovy, breathtaking and soulful, sometimes all at once. His new recording, Your Sound: Live at Dizzy’s Club, captures all of lovely rawness in real time. Accompanied by Billy Harper on tenor sax, Larry Willis on piano. Eric Wheeler on bass, JT Lewis on drums and percussionist Billy Martin, Rodriguez frees himself up to showcase his work on saxes, flutes, and bass clarinet. The result is magical. Over his career, Rodriguez has tackled composition, arranging, accompanying, and leading. It is high time for the world to hear all the wonderful things Jay Rodriguez—musician, personality, iconoclast, and innovator—has to offer.

WBGO News Monday 2/19 to plug Jay Rodriguez’s album release with a track for Nate Chinen’s Take Five! Confirmed!
Jay Rodriguez will be featured in the “Keeping Live Jazz Alive” benefit taking place at the Southampton Arts Center on February 3 at 6pm.

 

Jazz Weekly reviews Rale Micic: Night Music, A.G.N.Z.: Chance Meeting

screen-shot-2016-11-10-at-4-31-35-pmby George W. Harris • November 10, 2016

Two recent releases by Whaling City Sound records brings the jazz guitar to the front line in a modern setting.

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Rale Micic brings his dark-toned guitar in a quartet setting with post bop artists Danny Grissett/p, Corcoran Holt/b and Johnathan Blake/dr, guys who have built up their chops with the likes of Jeremy Pelt and Tom Harrell.

Here, the rhythm section cuts deep as Blake creates a restless undercurrent on pieces like “Hotel Insomnia” and struts forward on “Sunrise.” Grissett’s piano touch sends ripples with Micic’s soft touch on”Jano” and does some rich work on”Color of the Sun.” There are a series of short intimate episodes interspersed that are so delightfully delicate that you wish they were more fully developed. “Nocturne” has subdued conversations between piano and guitar, while “Melody In A Mist” creates shadowy spaces.  Micic isn’t above creating some effects with his guitar, joining in with Holt for some creative harmonies on “Afterparty,” and caresses the strings on “Late Call.” Mature musings.

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Jay Azzolina brings together a pianoless quartet with Dino Govoni/ts, Adam Nussbaum/dr and Dave Zinno/b for a mix and match with electric and acoustic strings. Of the latter, a gentle ‘14” teams soft brushes with tender sepia pickings and “Lament for Michael Brecker” creates a misty mood with Govoni’s subdued tenor tribute. On electric guitar, Azzolina is liquid and rich on the peppy “Problem Child” and gets Sneaky Pete on “Jimmy’s Blues.” There’s some excellent rapport between Zinno and Azzolina on the funky line of “1 of 3” and everyone gets assertive while Govoni gets thick as sorghum on “ N.T.I.” Muscles are flexed and stretched here.

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Rale Micic: Night Music

A.G.N.Z.: Chance Meeting

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1/23: Greg Abate Live at Chan’s!

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The Greg Abate Sextet will be live at Chan’s Egg Roll & Jazz in Woonsocket, RI on January 23, 2016. The Sextet features Greg Abate on alto sax, Arnie Krakowsky on the tenor sax, Jeff Stout on the trumpet, Todd Baker on the bass and Gary Johnson on the drums. There are shows at both 8 & 10 PM with a $20 cover for both.  Reservations are recommended, to make a reservation, call 401-765-1900.

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