Episode 15. Tenor Talk with Dan Nicholson
Tenor Talk
by Doug Stone
5M ago
Doug Stone talks to jazz musicians about life, music, recent and upcoming performances, equipment and current events on this Tenor Talk Podcast recording. A different jazz musician is featured in each episode.  This episode features Dan Nicholson and was recorded March 27, 2020.  Born in North Carolina, Dan Nicholson has spent the last 20 years as an active saxophonist and educator in Chicago, Illinois. After studying with Jack Wilkins at USF and Bunky Green at UNF, Dan would began work with such greats as Joe Williams, Mel Torme, Arturo Sandoval, and John Pizarelli with the Disney G ..read more
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Episode 13. Tenor Talk with Travis Thacker
Tenor Talk
by Doug Stone
5M ago
Doug Stone talks to jazz musicians about life, music, recent and upcoming performances, equipment and current events on this Tenor Talk Podcast recording. A different jazz musician is featured in each episode.  This episode features Travis Thacker and was recorded March 13, 2020.  Travis Thacker is a tenor saxophonist and instrument technician in Illinois who began his musical journey by apprenticing his father Carl at age 15 in 1997. Travis graduated from Illinois State University in 2004 earning a bachelor's degree in Music Business. Upon graduation he embarked upon a full-time car ..read more
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Episode 14. Tenor Talk with Mason Thomas
Tenor Talk
by Doug Stone
5M ago
Doug Stone talks to jazz musicians about life, music, recent and upcoming performances, equipment and current events on this Tenor Talk Podcast recording. A different jazz musician is featured in each episode.  This episode features Mason Thomas and was recorded March 13, 2020. Mason Thomas is a saxophonist, guitarist and producer working throughout Louisiana for the last decade. While pursuing a Jazz Studies degree at Louisiana State University Mason began working as a full-time musician playing saxophone with several local wedding bands. After graduating, Mason relocated to Nashville wh ..read more
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Episode 12. Tenor Talk with Nate Lepine
Tenor Talk
by Doug Stone
5M ago
Doug Stone talks to jazz musicians about life, music, recent and upcoming performances, equipment and current events on this Tenor Talk Podcast recording. A different jazz musician is featured in each episode.  This episode features Nate Lepine and was recorded March 13, 2020.  Tenor saxophonist Nate Lepine has been a regular fixture of the Chicago jazz, improvised music and rock scenes since the early 1990s. Known to date primarily for his work as a go-to sideman, he has appeared on over three dozen recordings by a wide range of artists including indie mainstays Cursive and Iron and ..read more
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Episode 11. Tenor Talk with Nate Heffron
Tenor Talk
by Doug Stone
5M ago
Doug Stone talks to jazz musicians about life, music, recent and upcoming performances, equipment and current events on this Tenor Talk Podcast recording. A different jazz musician is featured in each episode.  This episode features Nate Heffron and was recorded February 28, 2020.  Originally from Chillicothe, Illinois, Nate Heffron started playing saxophone at the young age of nine. Nate left central Illinois to study music at Northern Illinois University where he would perform with legends such as Wynton Marsalis, Bobby Shew, Dennis Mackrel, Byron Strippling, and Red Hollaway. Foll ..read more
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Episode 10. Tenor Talk with Pat Malinger
Tenor Talk
by Doug Stone
5M ago
Doug Stone talks to jazz musicians about life, music, recent and upcoming performances, equipment and current events on this Tenor Talk Podcast recording. A different jazz musician is featured in each episode.  This episode features Pat Malinger and was recorded February 26, 2020. Pat Mallinger was born and raised in St. Paul, Minnesota and began playing the saxophone at 11 years of age. He received his Jazz Studies degree from North Texas State University on a “One O’clock Lab Band” Scholarship. He lived and performed in Los Angeles, Dallas, Boston, and Japan, before establishing Chicago ..read more
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Episode 08. Tenor Talk with Roderick "Rev" Paulin
Tenor Talk
by Doug Stone
5M ago
Doug Stone talks to jazz musicians about life, music, recent and upcoming performances, equipment and current events on this Tenor Talk Podcast recording. A different jazz musician is featured in each episode.  This episode features Roderick Paulin and was recorded February 16, 2020.  Roderick Paulin is an American saxophonist, clarinetist, composer and educator. Roderick’s musical career spans over four decades collaborating with artists such as John Legend, Harry Connick Jr.,  Aaron Neville, Allen Toussaint, Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley, Christian McBride, Trombone ‘Shorty’ Andre ..read more
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Episode 09. Tenor Talk with Alisha Pattillo
Tenor Talk
by Doug Stone
5M ago
Doug Stone talks to jazz musicians about life, music, recent and upcoming performances, equipment and current events on this Tenor Talk Podcast recording. A different jazz musician is featured in each episode.  This episode features Alisha Pattillo and was recorded February 16, 2020.  Alisha Pattillo is an Australian born, Singaporean raised saxophonist now residing in Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA. In addition to leading her own jazz group, "Alisha’s Quartet" she performs regularly as a side man with other ensembles and is a woodwind educator. Alisha started playing the saxophone at t ..read more
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Episode 06. Tenor Talk with Kirsten Edkins
Tenor Talk
by Doug Stone
5M ago
Doug Stone talks to jazz musicians about life, music, recent and upcoming performances, equipment and current events on this Tenor Talk Podcast recording. A different jazz musician is featured in each episode.  This episode features Kirsten Edkins and was recorded February 13, 2020.  Kirsten Edkins is an American saxophonist, composer and educator. A graduate of the Eastman School of music, Edkins became the first woman to perform in Bill Holman’s Big Band. She has also been a member of several Grammy- award winning bands: John Beasley’s MONK’estra, the Claire Fischer Band, Big Phat ..read more
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Episode 07. Tenor Talk with Nabil Muquit
Tenor Talk
by Doug Stone
5M ago
Doug Stone talks to jazz musicians about life, music, recent and upcoming performances, equipment and current events on this Tenor Talk Podcast recording. A different jazz musician is featured in each episode.  This episode features Nabil Muquit and was recorded February 13, 2020.  Nabil Muquit is an American saxophonist, composer and producer. Nabil was a private instructor for young up-and-coming jazz musicians at the Philadelphia Clef Club summer jazz camp before moving to New Orleans to study at Loyola. There he became a performer in various groups at Snug Harbor including Ellis ..read more
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