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Walter Maynard Ferguson (May 4, 1928 – August 23, 2006) was a Canadian jazz musician and bandleader. He came to prominence playing in Stan Kenton's orchestra, before forming his own...

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  • Ken Franckling's Jazz Notes: Young jazz trumpet phenom ...

      Blog Source: kenfrancklingjazznotes.blogspot.com | 22 days ago
    Before he was 6. he sat in with trumpeter Maynard Ferguson at Blues Alley in Washington DC. When he was 6, he became the youngest musician to perform at the White House and at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. He plays at a ...
  • Jazz Police - Wayne Shorter Residency at SFJazz Center with ....

      Blog Source: www.jazzpolice.com | 22 days ago
    After serving in the Army, he joined Maynard Ferguson's band for a couple of months in 1959, followed by one of his most fruitful jobs: playing with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers. He remained in the Messengers until 1964, establishing himself&
  • Early Days, Big or Small, Part Two | Steve Wallace

      Blog Source: wallacebass.com | 22 days ago
    For one thing, I had a string bass with no pickup on it, so there was no means of amplifying myself enough to be heard and this band played some pretty loud music, along the lines of Maynard Ferguson and Buddy Rich, who were pretty hot ...
  • Jazzploration!

      Blog Source: www.jazzploration.com | 22 days ago
    Maynard Ferguson - "Never You Mind" - Around the Horn (1956) Mel Torme - "Down for Double" - Night at the Concord Pavillion (1990) Hour Two: Michael Blanco - "Dutch Kills" - No Time Like the Present (2013) Billie Holiday
  • Stan Kenton - Summer Of '51: Unreleased radio broadcast from ...

      Blog Source: www.israbox.com | 24 days ago
    Artist: Stan Kenton Title Of Album: Summer Of '51: Unreleased radio broadcast from the Hollywood Palladium Year Of Release: 1987 Label: GarlandGRZ006 Genre: Jazz Quality: MP3 320 kbps Total.
  • Followup: Don Ellis - ArtsJournal

      Blog Source: www.artsjournal.com | 25 days ago
    Let us look into Ellis's all too brief future following that impressive 1962 appearance with Gunther Schuller, Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic. He built on his experience with Ray McKinley, Charlie Barnet, Maynard Ferguson, ..
  • Greenwigh High School hosts annual jazz festival | Greenwich ...

      Blog Source: www.greenwich-post.com | 26 days ago
    A Greenwich resident, Mr. Petrone holds a Bachelor's degree from Berklee College of Music, was a featured soloist with Maynard Ferguson's Big Band and can be heard on Chameleon, Live at Jimmy's, and on the DVD At The Top.
  • Ever Up and Onward: Three Generations, 88 Keys

      Blog Source: everupandonward.blogspot.com | 26 days ago
    Later, I recommended him as my successor in Maynard Ferguson's band. He left his grade 12 year early to go on the road, returning in time for grad! Maynard called me to tell me he loved Will's playing and thanked me for suggesting him.
  • A Prison Cell of My Own Excess | AWG:Chicago

      Blog Source: donhall.blogspot.com | 26 days ago
    The first I can recall was Maynard Ferguson. Canadian trumpet god. My screech note idol. I met him in high school and my ordinarily verbose self suddenly was stricken and all I could muster was a grunt and a gaspy "Hey..." Second came .
  • The True Stink of Destiny | AWG:Chicago

      Blog Source: donhall.blogspot.com | 26 days ago
    The first I can recall was Maynard Ferguson. Canadian trumpet god. My screech note idol. I met him in high school and my ordinarily verbose self suddenly was stricken and all I could muster was a grunt and a gaspy "Hey..." Second came .


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