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One of the difficulties I faced as a TBM was being a creative musician among non-creative people. How about you?

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I'm in the band

Started by Dan. Last reply by Ed Wise Mar 5, 2011. 1 Reply

Just ran across this group and i fit. Stated playing drumms in 1964 and formed my first group 3 months later. Iam a full time musician and run my own agency. The music business sucks in Toronto right…Continue

The purpose of music in our lives ...

Started by Ed Wise. Last reply by Ed Wise Mar 5, 2011. 4 Replies

I'll start this off with 2 quotes from 2 of the greats:Jazz composer and big band leader Duke Ellington: "If it sounds good, it IS good."Iconic jazz drummer and leader of The Jazz Messengers, the…Continue

Moving titles

Started by MikeUtah Oct 4, 2009. 0 Replies

Just wanted to share this song that for some reason really excites my emotional system, even thought I have no idea what, if anything, is being said. Share some of your favorites (add music through…Continue

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Comment by Larry on December 29, 2012 at 10:21am

Something musical for New Years Eve, 2012.

If you like the Tabernacle Organ (or haven't heard it played in an upbeat style) and like loud trumpet music, come to the tabernacle on temple square at 6:00p on New Years eve. The group Gabriel (7 trumpets, drums, synth, and yours truly on the organ) will perform non-church music for half and hour. Free.


Shades of Rondeau (jazzed up version of Mouret's tune)

Who Will Buy (jazzed up version from Oliver)

Ring in the New (new composition for the occasion)

Toccata (The famous organ toccata of Widor with added brass)

Trumpet Involuntary (a ridiculous competition of classical style versus those who are tired of playing the old tried and true)

Hallelujah chorus (a new version of the old)

Happy New Year everyone.

Comment by Dan on March 4, 2012 at 2:45pm

will be in Ogden March 8,9, 10 and Las Vegas March 11-17, Any one in Post Mo Musicians from there?


Comment by Cathy on February 2, 2012 at 11:09am
I am an ex Mormon violinist.
Comment by Carl Reese on December 8, 2011 at 1:04am

Hello folks.  I have been absent from LAM for a while but thought of this group recently.  I started a facebook community group for songwriters and people interested in songwriting.  There isn't much in it at the moment because I started it ten minutes ago but I have been thinking about this for a while.  The page is a place for musicians to post music and discuss the art of writing songs.  Check it out if you want.  Also, feel free to recommend this page to anybody that you think would like this sort of thing. 

Comment by SunshineHeart on July 16, 2011 at 8:34pm
I've been so depressed, I haven't done much with my music lately. Now that I'm through with Mormonism, I think I'll start making progress again. I love to play the guitar and piano and sing.
Comment by MikeUtah on March 4, 2011 at 8:21pm

Dueling Cellist play "Smooth Criminal" (youtube video)

Comment by dirtyD on March 2, 2011 at 10:40am
Sweet a group for musicians!!  Music is a huge part of my life and couldn't imagine life without it! I look forward to chattin with you all
Comment by Dan on November 22, 2010 at 1:35am
Welcome to the JAZZ MUSICIANS' HELPLINE. Your call is important to us so please use the following menu system to shorten your wait:
If you are a bandleader wishing to know your opinion of yourself, press 1
If you are a tuba/sousaphone player in a 'classic' jazz band inquiring which beats you will be expected to play on, press 1 and 3
If you are a drummer wanting to know on which beats to press your hi-hat pedal, press 2 and 4 - regularly spaced if you can manage it
If you are a banjo player inquiring about how many strings to buy for a complete re-stringing of your instrument, press 4
If you are old enough to remember Dave Brubeck press 5 then 4
If you are an agent wanting to know how much commission to charge, press 15. Or 20. Or 25. Or whatever number you fancy
If you want to know the REAL length in minutes of a jazz musician's '15-minute break' enter any number in excess of 45
If you are at a cultural crossroads between jazz and rhythm & blues and can't decide which Route to take, press 66
If you are over 60 and always forget to play the coda, press R-E-C-A-L-L
If you wish to express your opinion of what your bandleader makes of gig arrangements, press H-A-S-H
If you are a bebop tenor player press as many keys as fast as you can for 20 minutes or more or until the room is empty, whichever comes first
If you wish to check your retirement account, press 0

Comment by Carl Reese on January 26, 2010 at 1:33pm
Craig. I could be mixing you up with someone else but don't you have a website with some of your music on i? Is that correct? I don't have the link anymore.
Comment by Ed Wise on January 26, 2010 at 12:56pm
I just want to add here that I'm quite jealous (and I mean that in a good way) of singer-songwriters and the talent to be able to put words and music together. I have worked with several in the capacity of bassist and producer and I simply can't do that stuff. As a producer, I can put the lights and ornaments on the Christmas tree, but I can't make the tree . . . know what I mean?

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