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Hot! Music Notes – October 2012

THIS MONTH: Look for new MUSICMAKER features on Woodstock, NY-based guitarist Jesse Gress and singer-songwriter Danny O’Keefe – two extremely gifted musicians. Jesse has toured and recorded with Todd Rundgren for years and is also a member of the Grammy nominated Tony Levin Band. Danny is a well respected songwriter who has “flown under the radar” for years.

STUDIO JAMS MUSIC CLUB: There’s more interesting stuff in the Music club this month…starting with a terrific MUSICLAB segment with slide guitar master Sonny Landreth. Watch as he demonstrates and talks about his extraordinary technique, with our host, bassist Gerald Veasley. As usual, there is another complete episode of Studio Jams to enjoy – this time it’s Episode #4, with guitarist Stanley Jordan, bassist Victor Wooten, saxophonist Jeff Coffin, drummer Roy “Futureman” Wooten and pianist Bill Jolly. Plus, two more free unreleased Studio Jams “Bonus Tracks” for you to download. Pretty cool.

It really pays to become a member of this hip, new music community. The STUDIO JAMS MUSIC CLUB is a “members only” club, with an annual membership fee of just $24. There is a FREE PREVIEW from the STUDIO JAMS MUSIC CLUB page on this site. Don’t miss out – join the club…TODAY!

ANNOUNCEMENT: Editing work continues on 3 brand new episodes of Studio Jams, each with a unique set of A-list musicians, including guitarists Peter White, Peppino D’Agostino and Mark Doyle, bassists Gerald Veasley, Bennie Sims and Ron France, keyboardists Jason Long, Donald Robinson and Mark Nanni, and so many others. PLEASE STAY TUNED!

COMING SOON: Features on bassist Gerald Veasley, World Champion Accordionist Stas Venglevski, Bonnie Raitt guitarist George Marinelli and World Party founder Karl Wallinger…all this – and much more – coming up on StudioJams.com.

“I am a huge fan of this show. I have been a musician all my life, but nothing like the artists you feature on this show. All of these artists are the best in the business and an inspiration to all of us to strive to do more. I love the show. Keep up the good work.”

— D.K.