Jazz with Friends: jazzwithfriends.com
This is a jazz duo/trio/quartet (depending on what’s needed) that I play in with my good friend Lori Rosolowsky. The music is mostly jazz with some 60-70s pop and originals mixed in.
Doylestown Heat Jazz Band: doylestownheat.org
I’ve been playing in this band for a couple of years. It’s a high energy jazz band with a good mix of older and younger players. Good mix of traditional big band with newer jazz, funk, and fusion charts.
Jazzmen Duo: jazzmenduo.com
This is the web site of the piano/sax duo that I play in along with jazz pianist Bernie Thompson.
The Jazz Sanctuary: thejazzsanctuary.com
This is an organization founded by my friend and bassist Alan Segal. They put on the Jazz and Joe concerts that take place mostly in churches around the Philly metro area. Check them out.
George Sinkler: thejazzsanctuary.com/georgesinkler.html
George is a regular with the Jazz and Joe group. He is great local piano player, who can handle anything from jazz to show tunes to pop. When I get a free Tuesday, he is good enough to let me sit in with him when he plays at the Limelight in Doylestown.
Montgomery County Concert Band: www.montcoband.org
The MCCB performs many free concerts during the year. In addition to the summer open air concerts, the band performs 2-3 formal concerts. It’s a great mix of dedicated people.
Tim Price: timpricejazz.com
When I came out of my long hiatus a few years ago, it was Tim who put me on the right track. When I think back to where I started the second time around, I am constantly amazed at how Tim has helped me to develop musically. And along the way, we have developed a good friendship. Tim taught me that musical development is a journey that never ends, and it is the journey itself that is the essence of musical fulfillment. Tim’s site has free lessons – enough stuff to practice for years. You might be surprised how many well known pros download and practice Tim’s stuff. Also, there are a lot of interesting articles, pix, etc. Be sure to check out his blog.
Malarsky Woodwinds: malarskeywoodwinds.com
I first heard of Steve Malarsky through a recommendation. He is a true artist and craftsman when it comes to any kind of woodwind instrument. He is particularly well known for his work on double reed instruments, but his expertise shines through just as well on single reed instruments, including saxophones.
Sax On The Web: saxontheweb.net
This web site, that was started and is still maintained by Finnish saxophonist Harri Rautiainen, has become one of the premier resources for the saxophone on the web. There are tons of informative articles as well as a lot of free jazz etudes by Tim Price. Connected with this web site is also the Sax On The Web Discussion Forum. If you’ve got saxophone related questions, this is where you can get answers. A lot of talented players from all over the world contribute to this forum.