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  • The Marin Jazz Trio +

    Exciting Bebop & Latin – Piano Bass and Drums + Visitors

    Depending on the size of the band stage or the nature of the event, such as a party, barbecue, dinner or wedding etc. you can have a trio, a quartet or a quintet, vocals or no vocals. The core band can be piano, bass and drums, or guitar, bass and drums. We can add vocals, sax and/or trumpet if you prefer. We've often played with the combination of vocals, piano, bass and drums. I do all the organizing and rehearse several times a week with different players.

    There are many fine, seasoned musicians in the Marin area and many of us know each other.

    We play a combination of standard jazz classics and some more modern pieces too. Regardless of the tune, we can play them all in an exciting up-beat way or in a quiet, smooth fasion. Either way. It's the music of Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Sonny Rollins and more.

  • The Selection

    Doc Thomas (And A Great Selection of Others)

    One group I play with monthly at the Seahorse in Sausalito is a very serious 50's/60's jazz band where we take it out.

    I'm also in a contemporary pop band with guitar and two female vocalists. A great band for a party or wedding or for folks that like to sing in there car! We play all those same tunes.

    Last but not least I play monthly in Alameda with a husband and wife team that opened for Dave Mason once in Sausalito, guitar and bass, mostly originals and tunes by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Van Morrison etc. A nice three piece band for a quieter night of music.

  • "Hot can be cool, and cool can be hot, and each can be both. But hot or cool, man, jazz is jazz."

    - Louis Armstrong

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We play a combination of standard jazz classics and some more modern pieces as well.

"If you play a tune & a person don't tap their feet, don't play the tune."

- Count Basie

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