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Chris Greene Quartet

- US Evanston, IL Jazz
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50% of sales go to the charity CARE.

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  • Chris Greene Saxophone
  • Damian Espinosa Keyboard
  • Marc Piane Bass
  • Steve Corley Drums
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Sounds Like: The Official Sonny Rollins Page, Joshua Redman, Maceo Parker, Branford Marsalis, Steve Coleman

Label: Single Malt Recordings

Bio: At a time when jazz continues to seek new audiences, the Chris Greene Quartet sits poised on the future’s cusp. In much the way that classical composers have historically used native folk elements as the basis for their art, the CGQ uses familiar modern materials – the funk and hip-hop saxophonis... See Full Bio

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  • Janice Kephart (Artist) Janice Kephart
    Fantastic and classic, loving your album as well Chris! Thanks a million for the friendship on FB as well... :) Janice
  • Madison Audio (Artist) Madison Audio
    Greetings High quality analog cd mastering just $15/song (first song free) You may send a song to me at madisonaudio@hotmail.com Cheers
  • Figga 8 (Artist) Figga 8
    - Real Fans, Plays, Widget Hits and Video Views on Reverb Nation - Real Likes from Real People on Facebook - Real Followers from Real People on Twitter - Real Vie...
  • Linda Solotaire, Chanteuse (Artist) Linda Solotaire, Chan...
    Love your synergy!
  • SWINGBOOTY,  GYPSY JAZZ (Artist) SWINGBOOTY, GYP...
    Great music Chris. Merry Christmas from Swingbooty.
  • The Lance Houston Jazz Quintet (Artist) The Lance Houston Ja...
    cool vibe!
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Q: How do you keep the music so fresh?
A: I'm just following the examples of the greats before me. We try to approach each gig or concert individually. Case in point: Miles Davis' Plugged Nickel sessions from 1965. There are at least 3 versions of "If I Were a Bell" - and none of them sound even remotely similar.

Asked by Linda Solotaire, Chanteuse. Answered on Sun Mar 24 2013

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